Sea Mountain

Address: 95-788 Ninole Road, Pahala, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96777, United States | 3 star condo
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This 3 star condo is located on 95-788 Ninole Road, Pahala.
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      Travel Blogs from Pahala

      Day 10 - Mauna Kea

      A travel blog entry by my2cats on Mar 28, 2014

      ... fine. Arriving mid-morning ensures you parking and a shady spot. The boogie boarding was a lot of fun, but holy Hannah did the waves knock you about and under in a heartbeat. No wonder there was a lifeguard on duty. It was cloudy and a few sprinkles and had cooled off. After 3 hours of staring at the ocean, boarders and reading a book, we decided we needed some lunch so we left to shower and change at home. We ended up at Quinn's downtown Kona for their ...

      Lava fields to the Waipi'o Valley

      A travel blog entry by journeyer on Dec 17, 2013

      1 comment, 81 photos

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      Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden

      Today we leave the lava fields and Pele, the Goddess of Hawaii’s volcanoes for the Waipi’o Valley, the end of the road on the rainy northeastern side of the Hawaii.

      The landscape becomes more lush and explodes as we enter the Hawaii ...

      Day Eleven: Another hike and a little bowling

      A travel blog entry by mcredohl on Jul 06, 2013

      27 photos

      This would be our last full day on the Big Island of Hawaii as tomorrow we would catch a flight to Maui. So we wanted to make the most of it.

      Yesterday, Mark had talked to a park volunteer about a 3-mile hike to the Mauna Ulu eruption, an area that had erupted in 1969. The volunteer had said it was one of her favorite hikes and sounded very do-able for us. So we decided to try that.

      But first ...

      Lua pele

      A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on May 27, 2013

      27 photos

      ... inland, it was now much easier to see the lava flowing on the mountain: several red-orange spots in the middle of darkness. We could also see the tiny pinpricks of white light from the headlamps and flashlights of the groups behind us. The sky was covered in clouds, but if it wasn't, I can only imagine the stars we would have seen.

      For me, the hike back seemed faster than the hike out. The lava glittered in our lights and the flash of ...


      A travel blog entry by mkennedy15 on Feb 25, 2013

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... nine miles of road has been closed as the lava has flowed over the road with a depth of over 115 feet! From the visitor center, we drove up to the crater stopping along the way to see some steam vents. The vents are fissures in the earth where steam from the molten magma escapes (one house near the park offers steam saunas for a fee). The crater turns out to be a huge deep hole where the top of the mountain collapsed thousands of ...