Lava Lodge at Volcano Village

19 3996 Kilauea Road, Volcano, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96785, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Volcano

Aloha Hawaii & Volcano National Park!

A travel blog entry by journeyer


... visitor center we met Alison, a volunteer. We learned that 90% of the flora and fauna in Hawaii is only found here. Okay, we’re in for a visual treat! Here’s another tidbit – only one new plant or animal reached the Hawaiian islands every 30,000 years. That is not a typo! Think about that sense of time! Allison suggested we take the ...

Volcano - It's Totally Tropical

A travel blog entry by stuli


... up on some of the smaller island sites. We went first to one of the villages that was partly washed away in a lava flow, but this was fairly dull (lots of lava and a rather rough town). From there we went to one of the black sand beaches, which also turned out to be a (surprisingly full of young ladies) nudist beach. The beach was bizarre, and the whole area was very pretty.

We drove the scenic coast road, stopping at the various scenic lookouts and taking a few ...

Day 10: Volcanoes New and Old

A travel blog entry by mcredohl


... lava is flowing into the ocean. Technically, you can’t really see it unless you decide to go very adventurous and hike on old lava flows. But we didn’t have the necessary gear, (long pants, gloves, boots, etc.) or the fortitude, to do that, so we just saw the plume from the lava hitting the water. The plume was much smaller this time. The last time we were here it rose very tall in the air, bigger than Old Faithful. This year, it ...

Lua pele

A travel blog entry by tuffychloe


... eat there. We put it into the GPS, and started driving. When the GPS told us we had arrived, we looked around at the trees on both sides of the road, confused. There was no restaurant here! We drove on, looking for it, but it was nowhere to be seen. Plan B ended up as choosing a restaurant from Pahoa. Our choices seemed to be Burger King, Subway, or a Chinese Barbecue.

I absolutely love mixed plates, and had been looking forward to ...

From 2,000 Degrees to a Winter Coat

A travel blog entry by rachels694


... botanical garden. We wandered around the grounds taking various pictures of huge flowers that we don't see on the mainland. The waterfall itself had many tiers and the botanical garden had zip lines set up for those who wanted to fly above the falls. We wandered back to the town of Volcano to have our last dinner. Tomorrow we would awake early for our last activity before taking an early afternoon flight to the next island destination of Kauai'i. The alarm clock rang at 1:45am ...


This hotel, located on 19 3996 Kilauea Road, Volcano, is near Kilauea Iki Trail, Thomas A. Jaggar Museum, Volcano Winery, and Volcano Golf and Country Club.
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