At the End of the Road Bed & Breakfast

Haunani Road, Volcano, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96785, United States | 2 star b&b
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This 2 star B&B, located on Haunani Road, Volcano, is near Kilauea Iki Trail, Thomas A. Jaggar Museum, Volcano Winery, and Kipuka Puaulu (Bird Park) Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Volcano

    Big Island

    A travel blog entry by seejay on Oct 30, 2013

    ... beautiful fruits and veggies. Walked through the Palace theatre built in 1925. Got the sad call from dr ogrady. Definitely put a damper on the day. Had to take a city bus back to ship. Lots of homeless people hanging around. Not very clean or safe place to ...

    Volcano - It's Totally Tropical

    A travel blog entry by stuli on Sep 04, 2013

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    ... to hike across the one next door, which was full of lava as recently as a the 1960's (you can see the marks on the caldera walls from before the flow receded). There were also steam vents coming from the ground, none of it terribly reassuring, but we made it across unscathed!

    In the evening we went to the only restaurant in the town, a rather good, but very spicy, Thai restaurant, which was a little odd but beggars can't be choosers.

    In the morning we decided ...

    A drive in volcano?!

    A travel blog entry by laurs-and-matt on Jun 21, 2013

    51 photos

    ... Kilauea Iki Crater, a 6.4km walk which takes 2-3 hours. Hilo and the Volcano Park area are renowned for raining as it does most days on and off because the volcanoes attract the clouds so we were kitted up with our rain jackets and trekking boots. It was pretty cloudy as we set off but we got really lucky and it never actually rained, in fact we ended up carrying our jackets as it got boiling hot. We had bought a little guide book for $2 so at 15 different numbered places ...

    Lua pele

    A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on May 27, 2013

    27 photos

    ... looks really neat! At the start of the trail, a sign warned us to stay on the trail because of "dangerous earth cracks" in the area. That's a sign you don't see every day! There were a dozen or more tree molds around the trail. One was formed around a tree that had fallen over before the lava came, so there was a long lava tube just lying on the ground. At the start of the trail, a large area was fenced off. We went over to look, and saw a deep ...

    From 2,000 Degrees to a Winter Coat

    A travel blog entry by rachels694 on May 21, 2013

    104 photos

    ... view the valley from the coastal Waipio Valley Overlook at the end of the Hamakua Heritage Corridor drive, or you can take a guided van tour, hike, or horseback ride to explore the hidden wonders within. We originally thought of driving our 4x4 rental to the floor below (only 4x4's are allowed) but were slightly exhausted from the days before and decided instead to just enjoy the view from above. On the drive back we stopped off to view the beautiful Umauma Falls located with ...