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

Hilo from Hilo

A travel blog entry by vivford

11

... enough with a double yellow line down the middle and a good surface and no drops. As for the one way bridges there is one at Cuckmere between brighton and Eastbourne that everyone (including the no 12 bus) seems to cope with perfectly well day in day out. That said there are some pretty viewing points en route and the waterfalls were in full flow given the rain of the previous days so it was well worth doing.

saturday -we started off by going ...

Hilo and Kailua Kona Hawaii

A travel blog entry by thomasgillam

3
47

... coasts. We drove to the roads end and looked across the northern face of the isalnd at Pololu valley lookout. We drove up to Wailea and back to Kona.

We spent our last day snorkeling in the area where Captain James Cook was killed and had his flesh stripped from his bones in Feb. 1779. There is some controversy related to wether he was eaten or not. Some say the natives only ate his heart as they thought he was a God, but the crew only managed ...

A drive in volcano?!

A travel blog entry by laurs-and-matt

51

... lava in the lake with huge gas pockets trapped underneath. As the lava hardened you can see how it's shrunk about 50 feet and left marks down the edges of the valley like scum marks on the edge of a bath. Also, when it hardens like this, it forces it all to crack and break which made it quite tricky and dangerous sometimes for us to walk over. Although the lake has been hard for a long long time, it's still hot deep underneath so there are several steam vents from the ...

Lua pele

A travel blog entry by tuffychloe

27

... where lava comes up to the surface and oozes around until it hardens. Looking down, we saw several spots glowing red-hot in the middle of black-grey lava. Our last view of lava was a large lava cone (Pu'u O 'o Crater) filled with more bright red-orange lava. This is the lava source for the surface flows and ocean entry we had just seen. We then turned around and flew back over the old lava flows, rainforest, and suburbs on our way to the ...

From 2,000 Degrees to a Winter Coat

A travel blog entry by rachels694

104

... we saw a lonely Asian man who's rental Jeep 4x4 had gotten stuck in the dunes. Lucky for him...there was a set of young local men who had ventured that way for fishing and were willing to take the time to pull him free from the dunes. At this point we were at a total loss on how to proceed in our vehicle so we asked these young men if they knew the way to the Green Sand beach. They told us yes so we politely begged (lol) if we could pay them to show us the way and they agreed. ...

Location

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