Learn about the events of the natural world and how they affect plants, animals, and humans. Located on the Hawaii Island, you will experience active volcanoes, coral reefs, recent lava flows and black and green sand beaches as your classroom.
At Land and Sea Camp the focus will be on volcanoes (geology) and the ocean (oceanography). You will visit Kilauea, the world's most active (and easily studied) volcano. You will see footprints in hardened ash that are over 200 years old. You will see one of the world's greatest mineral collections and visit beaches made entirely of minerals.
Join us to learn all about: Structure of Earth Plate tectonics Volcanics Erosion Ocean structure Ocean currents and tides Beaches and near-shore environments Marine life Hawaiian history and culture Polynesian voyaging Hiking and camping skills