Hawaii is a place of contrasts. Born of fire and water. Symbol of this is the Manau Kea, the highest mountain in the world, which rises in the sky of the South Seas with nearly 10,000 meters in height from the bottom of the Pacific. He founded one of the 1916 Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the Big Iceland, a World Heritage special kind of nowhere one experiences the overwhelming power of nature as immediate as here, of all the continents of the earth farthest land. Even the underwater scenery of the Hawaiian Islands is characterized by volcanism. Rugged rock formations of cooled lava caves, overhangs and hard corals characterize the home to amazing wildlife. This great documentary offers fantastic insights into the origin of the Hawaiian Islands as well as great views of a primeval landscape.