Aloha Junction Bed and Breakfast

Address: 19-4037 Olapalapa Rd, Volcano, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96785, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 19-4037 Olapalapa Rd, Volcano, is near Thomas A. Jaggar Museum, Kilauea Iki Trail, Volcano Winery, and Cooper Center.
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          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Kitchenette
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast

          TripAdvisor Reviews Aloha Junction Bed and Breakfast Volcano

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Volcano

          The only way to get closer, is to be sacrificed...

          A travel blog entry by tutuwahinelv on Sep 12, 2015

          14 photos

          ... our way to Akaka Falls and started on the trail case no one's has told you, there LOTS of stairs on that trail. Its not a long hike, and relatively easy.....if you can do stairs! Lots and lots of stairs....
          We were again blessed with some tropical rains while doing this hike, and along the way discovered the most amazing banyon tree. It was immense...and exuded such amazing, peaceful energy, I just wanted to sit under it and soak ...

          A hui hou (until next time)

          A travel blog entry by roganna on Mar 30, 2015

          3 comments, 14 photos

          ... activity and steep inland slopes, Hawaii is at risk for locally generated tsunamis, as well as ocean-wide tsunamis originating from locations such as Alaska, Japan or Chile. Over 90% of all earthquakes and 80% of tsunamis are generated in the Pacific Ocean. In Hawaii, tsunamis have killed more people than all other natural disasters combined (earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, lava flows). They figure another tsunami is due any time now. The one that hit ...

          Drive from Waikoloa to Volcano Village

          A travel blog entry by dmarek on Jan 31, 2015

          70 photos

          ... her K-Mart or Sears points and the woman said yes, but it turned out to only be 12 cents. Apparently they had expired so the rep asked if the woman wanted her to try to recoup them. The transaction seemed to go on forever and ever. I had the impression that people in Hawaii just like to do everything for the customers standing in front of them and do not worry at all about lines. Maybe that is a good thing. In New York, sales people would start getting ...

          U.S.A - Big Island - Hawai'i (not fin)

          A travel blog entry by stuandkat on Nov 07, 2014

          Friday - Flight from Nadi to Honolulu back in time with a stop to drop people off at Samoa? - Rent a convertible Mustang - Drive around Crater Rim and see glow from the lava in the volcano Saturday - Rainbow Falls - Boiling Pots - Taco Bell - Down town Hilo - market - heli cancelled as rain - Akaka Falls State Park to much rain - Walmart - Jack in the box Sunday - Punaluu black sand beach (turtles) - Pu'uhonua O Honaunau ...

          First Day in Volcano

          A travel blog entry by angiebuh on Feb 22, 2014

          13 photos

          ... over; you really get an idea of what you are looking at. The walls of the "well" look like tree bark. What happened was, when the cooler lava flows came through this area the trees were also very damp. The lava flowed around the tree and encapsulated it. Over the years, the trees then rotted out leaving their mold in the dirt. Some of the molds were only 6-8 feet deep while others seemed bottomless (or at least really dark down there).

          We made our way back up ...