Hot Magma: Active Volcanoes You Can Visit
Historical sites and stories from around the world chronicle the dangers of living too close to a volcano. Whether you visit Herculaneum and Pompeii in Italy, which sit right underneath Mt. Vesuvius, or the areas surrounding Mount Unzen in Japan, you’ll see evidence of life completely annihilated by the fallout from the neighboring volcano’s eruption.
These sites are scary, but luckily, there are plenty of active volcanoes that you can still visit, albeit for a brief period of time. Many governments prohibit construction within a certain mile radius, and there are some volcanoes that are so active that you won’t be allowed to travel within the blast radius.
Here’s a list of the world’s most amazing active volcanoes.