Kamuela Inn

65-1300 Kawaihae Rd., Kamuela, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96743, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Kamuela

The big island continued.

A travel blog entry by vivford


... jumping into the surging waters abou 30 to 40 feet below (and quite a few of them not in the first flush of youth!). I couldn't bear to watch them but ken found himself a prime spot to watch them. we then returned to volcano national park where we had stayed on Sunday and had a late afternoon hike around the crater rim and through the steam vents and sulphur bluffs. We then had dinner at volcano house (delicious lobster and crab cakes followe by the best cheesecake ...

The Big Island 1

A travel blog entry by johnsjourneys


... to walk through, and some deep craters, which once held molten lava but are now just black holes in the ground. There are also waterfalls nearby, with pleasant walking paths through tropical jungle.

One very pleasant aspect was the car hire company, Harpers, who were extremely helpful, had the patience to explain where to go and what to see, and charged a very reasonable price for the day including ...

Beautiful hike in Pololu Valley

A travel blog entry by erwin_monique


... earlier Mailekini Heiau. John Young later converted it into a fort to protect the harbor. Just offshore is Hale o Kapuni, an underwater structure dedicated to sharks. A pōhaku (stone post) marks a spot where the feeding of the sharks could be viewed. Across the bay is the modern Kawaihae harbor.

There was another trail we wanted to do to see the petroglyphs, but it was too warm to do much walking and we really felt like doing some swimming ...

14,000 feet up!

A travel blog entry by samcotton


... center where there was a chap giving a talk on all the stars and pointing them out with his laser pen! There was a lot of light-spill from cars and the main building, but still the sky was panoramic - just like being in the planetarium!

Ismael and I did a whole lap of the island over the two weeks he was here. We started out at Volcanoes National Park where I have been a number of times, and we did a massive ...

From 0 to 13,796 ft above sea level and back

A travel blog entry by mham


... well just pulled it out of the ocean and thrown it on the grill right after I placed my order. It was served in a creamy sesame sauce. Jarryd and Jacob split a two pound Kona lobster raised nearby. As is tradition with our family, we shared a bite with everyone at the table. The lobster melted in your mouth, the ribeye was rich and flavorful, the shortrib was so tender it flaked apart like fish. The only thing to trump ...

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This B&B, located on 65-1300 Kawaihae Rd., Kamuela, is near Puukohola National Historic Park, Waipio Na'alapa Trail, Kahilu Theatre, and W.M. Keck Observatory.
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