Volcano Hideaways

6 Hale Ohia Road, Volcano, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96785, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 6 Hale Ohia Road, Volcano, is near Kilauea Iki Trail, Thomas A. Jaggar Museum, Volcano Winery, and Cooper Center.
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    Farmers Market, Akaka waterfall, and Hilo

    A travel blog entry by ajbrad on Sep 22, 2013

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    We have seen some geckos in the house. They are pretty shy and run and hide if we move towards them. As I went into the bathroom this morning, I was greeted by one of these geckos. He scampered up to the rafters where another gecko was hanging out. Our first stop this morning was to the Maku'u craft and farmers market. These farmers markets are big around here. There are a lot of fruits and Vegs that we don't see on ...

    Volcano - It's Totally Tropical

    A travel blog entry by stuli on Sep 04, 2013

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    ... a trip into the rain forest surrounding Hilo to see some of the waterfalls that come down the side of the volcano, all very pretty. We also stopped at Volcano Winery near where we were staying, to do a wine tasting and buy some local produce. The grapes are grown on the side of the volcano and the wine is really quite good.

    The following day we went into the national park around the top of the volcano, you can no longer hike across the most active caldera, but we ...

    A drive in volcano?!

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

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    ... our favourite places of our whole time away. Also, we can't thank Patricia enough for her hospitality and kindness. She really helped make our stay so wonderful and we couldn't have found anywhere more perfect to stay. Although we never got to say goodbye properly, we left her a note and she has been in touch by email. We would wholeheartedly recommend anyone coming here to go and stay with her. So with great sadness we say Mahalo and Aloha to the Big Island and our Hawaiian mum, Patricia! ...

    Lua pele

    A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on May 27, 2013

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    ... looks really neat! At the start of the trail, a sign warned us to stay on the trail because of "dangerous earth cracks" in the area. That's a sign you don't see every day! There were a dozen or more tree molds around the trail. One was formed around a tree that had fallen over before the lava came, so there was a long lava tube just lying on the ground. At the start of the trail, a large area was fenced off. We went over to look, and saw a deep ...

    From 2,000 Degrees to a Winter Coat

    A travel blog entry by rachels694 on May 21, 2013

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    ... rather long drive from our cabin (nearly two hours) but worth every minute of it. This fertile valley is about one mile across and over five-miles deep, and surrounded by cliffs up to 2000-feet high. Waipio Valley was once the home of thousands of Native Hawaiians. Today, there are less than 100 residents living amongst the waterfalls, taro fields and rivers permeating the valley. Hawaii Island's tallest waterfall, Hiilawe Falls cascades down 1,300 feet in the back of Waipio. ...