The Falls At Kawainui

Address: 27-996 Old Mamalahoa Highway, Pepeekeo, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, United States | Villa
 
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This villa, located on 27-996 Old Mamalahoa Highway, Pepeekeo, is near Akaka Falls State Park, Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden, UFO Parasailing, and World Botanical Garden.
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      Travel Blogs from Pepeekeo

      Traversing the Climate Zones of Hawaii

      A travel blog entry by nadyapb on Dec 25, 2014

      18 photos

      ... gone through the cloud cover, which was visible below us to our right. We thought we'd be in the clear to go all the way to the summit but when our tour guide arrived in his 4-wheel drive van, we found out that winds at the summit were 80 miles per hour, with wind gusts up to 100. So, we only made it to the Visitor Information Station together, which was 6 miles up the mountain from where we'd met up with the tour group. Even here it was cold and windy, ...

      An exotic Christmas Eve

      A travel blog entry by nadyapb on Dec 24, 2014

      15 photos

      ... some 50+ years after the eruption. The walk to the overlook was called Devastation Trail and we could easily see why - lava rain from the fountains had left the area around the crater desolate. We got to Jagger museum right at sunset - behind the museum is the best currently accessible viewpoint of the Kilauea crater. We saw the volcano spew its column of ash during the day from the steam vent, and we had to return after dark to see it lit by the lava lake below. We were a ...

      Volcano, Hawaii Big Island

      A travel blog entry by slobodanka on Nov 29, 2014

      11 photos

      ... br> We had a great day anyway. Went to the park visitors centre and then to the Jaggar museum. We could see smoke and steam from the ground in many places and from the crater.
      After that we drove south from the visitors centre through vast areas of lava fields of varying ages. It was very interesting. At one point we did a short walk to see petroglyphs (ancient carvings on the lava rocks).
      Dinner at a local restaurant where we had a huge rib-eye steak.


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      Day 27 - Foggy Craters and Cottages

      A travel blog entry by dougndev on Nov 14, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... all day. We got to the park, and did a walk to the crater with a park ranger called Chantelle. The walk was interesting, where we heard about different plant life and birds local to the island. Couldn't see an inch of the crater however, thanks to the fog. We will try again later in the week. There was also a quick stop at the Thurston lava tube. Very cool but surprisingly small. Compared to one in Lanzarote that was like an underground tunnel, this was a little ...

      Day 8 - Volcanos National Park

      A travel blog entry by samfader on Sep 08, 2014

      ... across the surface flow from the 70s and up to a lookout spot 62m elevated. The pure size is just incredible! Couldn't even take a photo. At the end of the road there were incredible cliffs that the waves would bash against and cause huge spray, considering how high they were! Over the years sea arches and sea caves have developed from the constant bashing of the waves, super cool. Down the road a ...