At the End of the Road Bed & Breakfast

Address: 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 Thomas A. Jaggar Museum, Kilauea Iki Trail, Volcano Winery, and Kipuka Puaulu (Bird Park) Trail.
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        • Free parking


        • Continental Breakfast

        TripAdvisor Reviews At the End of the Road Bed & Breakfast Volcano

        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from Volcano

        Malama 'aina (Care for this sacred land)

        A travel blog entry by roganna on Mar 20, 2015

        1 comment, 17 photos

        ... for their efforts to protect the area, particularly Punalu'u Black Sand Beach and the surrounding water, which are a haven for the honu and other marine life. There is abundant algae, which the honu dive for just offshore. We've seen several with feet sticking out of the water and yellow bellies up as they forage for algae, and others basking in the sun on the hot black sand. Punalu'u Black Sand Beach is a "genuine" black sand beach, the kind created when a ...

        Volcano National Park

        A travel blog entry by dmarek on Feb 01, 2015

        193 photos

        ... it hadn't started one point hard enough to get quite wet. Kara was lucky I bought her a Volcano National Park poncho so we only got our legs and shoes wet. By the end of the walk, it was noonish. As we started to talk about lunch, or maybe it was this morning, we realized we left most of our dry food - all the granola bars, the packs of trail mix, crackers and some of my orange utensils at the Hilton. Alas, lunch would be turned ...

        Tourist? Traveller? Tolerance!

        A travel blog entry by harrismab on Oct 15, 2014

        ... and a bit careful on roads as unfamiliar with the area and all the local customs so they give us room. Warmly appreciated folks. When we stop people stop to chat or just exchange a few words, tips or where we can go to see local stuff that may not be in the guide books. I find the world is a friendly place;) In a similar vein last Regatta I dyed my hair pink. People, male,and female, would say 'love your hair' and ...

        Hawaii, Vipassana, The Big Island

        A travel blog entry by i.a.c. on May 21, 2014

        1 photo

        ... that come into contact with the 6 senses; smell, taste, hear, see, touch and think. What Buddha (the enlightened one) realised was that there was a missing link. He realised that however effective these techniques were they would only ever touch upon or effect the surface level of somebody because the focus was external. He found the missing link to be what sensation one feels when these external objects come into contact with the senses. Once you move the awareness from outside ...

        Off to see a volcano

        A travel blog entry by john_chris on Feb 01, 2014

        1 comment, 31 photos

        ... named after a German who was the first true volcanologist, and from where we could see the crater of Kilauea with a plume of gas rising from it. Then on to the Steam vents where steam just rises out of cracks in the ground, before we parked up for lunch, which we had at a picnic table outside the original Volcano House Hotel. It has 6 rooms and 2 bathrooms and the only water here is what is collected off the roof. Queen Victoria and Mark Twain ...