Ohia Plantation House

11-3780 Sixth Street, Volcano, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 11-3780 Sixth Street, Volcano, is near Kilauea Iki Trail, Thomas A. Jaggar Museum, Volcano Winery, and Cooper Center.
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    Day 4 of Cruise - Hilo

    A travel blog entry by binbali on Sep 24, 2013

    Slept great,woke at 6.30,considered getting up and going to gym but nah,back to sleep for an hour till 7.30 then up and showered then into breaky buffet at te Aloha cafe,****in hectic in there,people everywhere so just toast and my vegemite. Off to tour today, volcanoes,and rainbow Falls and black sand beach,9.30-2.30. Went to meet tour person and it was thru Green Tours,only had 7 people but 4 staff, 2 were training,we went to see black sand beach and then onto Rainbow Falls ( that ...

    A drive in volcano?!

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

    51 photos

    ... of a lava tube pouring into the sea. You have to be very careful watching these openings as it's very dangerous with the lava being so hot. If the wind suddenly changed, the large ploom of steam and smoke could almost instantly kill people. On top of this, the cliff is always in danger of breaking off and if you fell in the water then the sea itself is nearly 80 degrees Celsius, so you would be in real trouble if you ended up in there. Over the years several people have ...

    From Summit to Sea

    A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on May 28, 2013

    20 photos

    ... that Tuesdays are cruise ship Tuesdays. What that meant is that lots of cruise ship passengers would be doing shore excursions to the park. We were surprised to see all the buses and just how busy the area was. We quickly decided we would wait and do the lava tube tomorrow.

    One of the interesting points we saw on the drive was a lava tube (different from Thurston). It wasn't a big attraction but it was fun to note that the ...

    Lua pele

    A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on May 27, 2013

    27 photos

    ... got to the ocean entry. This was truly breathtaking: bright yellow-orange lava dripped like syrup from the rocks into the crashing waves below. As we watched, the lava dripped down into the ocean, hitting the water with a hiss. The waves washed up to shore, splashing over the hot rocks and making even more steam. Sometimes the lava was barely visible through the steam, but not long after the steam would part, showing the lava clearly again. It was ...

    From 2,000 Degrees to a Winter Coat

    A travel blog entry by rachels694 on May 21, 2013

    104 photos

    ... there navigating some alien planet. Finally, after nearly 90 minutes of driving, we got to the area where the lava met the ocean. Here, you could no longer drive. The road was literally swallowed by one of the latest lava flows. We had to park the car and get out and walk from here on out. There is a beautiful sea arch made out of lava that sits at the edge of the ocean. We watched as monster waves hit the coastline throwing water high into the sky. Walking on lava is a ...