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Seeing lava at dawn

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Going to the big island in August, but of course I'm already thinking about the trip!
Our plan is to fly into Kona & spend the first night somewhere near the Volcano (we then have 5 nights booked at Hapuna Prince). Everyone seems to hike to the active lava at sunset. Since we will be wide awake at 4:00 a.m. on our first morning, is it feasible to walk out there before sunrise? I have read all the information about how tricky it can be in the dark and am well aware of the hazards. Thanks for any comments.

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