Volcano Forest Inn

Address: 19-4034 Old Volcano Road, Volcano, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96785, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 19-4034 Old Volcano Road, Volcano, is near Kilauea Iki Trail, Thomas A. Jaggar Museum, Volcano Winery, and Cooper Center.
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      Travel Blogs from Volcano

      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 ...

      Off the beaten path at Volcano National Park

      A travel blog entry by journeyer on Dec 13, 2013

      67 photos

      ... of my mind – if I took photos of all that caught my eye I’d still be on that lava field now.

      At some point we are walking on what used to be the park service road, but now we can see the lava field enveloped it ...

      The Tsunami Zone

      A travel blog entry by paulanddeb on Jul 23, 2013

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... They had a great time, walked in a lava tube, visited the crater rim museum and had retail therapy at the macadamia nut factory (well mum did).

      Tonight as the ship sailed around the southern end of Big Island we got to see where the lava was flowing into the ocean. You are a couple of miles out to sea but it’s still a pretty spectacular sight (NCL cruises take safety seriously so there was never any chance of a Costa Concordia type ...

      From Summit to Sea

      A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on May 28, 2013

      20 photos

      ... in the car (getting warmer and doing junior ranger books) until it got dark. Finally, it was dark. The parking lot was pretty full but soon after it was totally dark, many people started to leave. We guess they just waited for that picture and called it good - not the way we do pictures!. We finally decided it was time for us to go up to the museum area as we wanted to see the lava in the Halema'uma'u glowing in the sky. It ...

      Lua pele

      A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on May 27, 2013

      27 photos

      ... the biggest difference was that the steam and the waves were glowing a bright orange! It was so beautiful to see: a big pillar of orange steam was rising up against the black sky, bright yellow lava dripped calmly into the ocean, as boiling, churning waves reflecting the brilliant orange of the steam and lava crashed into the rock wall, sweeping the cooling pieces of lava out to sea. Our guide took us to a spot to watch the lava where, despite ...