Kamchatka’s First People worship this volcano as the place where Earth was made. In a sense, they’re right. Klyuchevskoy probably does tap into a global
Reventador, in Ecuador, is a most satisfying volcano in many ways. For instance: It fits the stereotype: tall, pointy, frequent lava flows, and goes boom!
Semeru — the erupting volcano in the background of this image — rises south of the Tengger caldera, which we explored last week. Bromo —
You have to see it to believe there can be such a place as this in the real world. And many people call this home!
[sound of crickets chirping] It’s surprisingly difficult to answer that question. In the above screencap of Indonesia’s online volcano monitoring graphic, Borneo (circled in white)
No, not deadly Merapi — that headline-generating volcano is on Java. Sticking with our focus on Sumatra, we’re about to climb this island’s most active