Located in the beautiful Volcano Village area on the Big Island of Hawai'i, our vacation rental cottages are less than a mile from the Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park. Our rental homes are on "The Sacred Lands of Ola'a" which includes the Ola'a Forest Reserve, a gorgeous land of lush Hapu'u ferns and mature 'Ohi'a trees.
Each of our lovely, affordable homes and cottages offers a completely private, self-sufficient, romantic setting for an especially memorable Hawai'ian vacation getaway. They’re even perfect for families! All of our homes are intended to be a smoke free environment.
Hawai'i's Big Island is a place where you and your family can relax and enjoy your vacation. Hawai'i Volcano Vacations provides the best Big Island accommodations with all the facilities you need to make your Hawai'i holiday a memorable one. You can find a rental to suit your taste, and we assure you that the rentals at Hawai'i Volcano Vacations will fit your budget.
All our houses are non-smoking.
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Joey Gutierrez, General Manager
Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park, on the "Big Island" of Hawai'i, offers the visitor a look at two of the world's most active volcanoes: Kilauea and Mauna Loa.
More than 4,000 feet high and still growing, Kilauea abuts the southeastern slope of the older and much larger Mauna Loa, or "long mountain." Mauna Loa towers some 13,677 feet above the sea: Measured from its base 18,000 feet below sea level, it exceeds Mount Everest in height.
With lava flowing at an average rate of 800-1,300 gallons per second from vents on the east rift zone of Kilauea, more than 500 acres of new land have been added to the island of Hawai'i since Kilauea's eruption began on January 3, 1983.
Hawaii Volcano Vacations is a Big Island vacation rental listing site and is not a realtor nor does it sell, manage properties or engage in real estate transactions. We act as an intermediary between vendors who list their properties on our site and guests who rent the properties. Therefore, all pricing terms are determined by the individual vendor and are subject to change.
Staying one night in a location doesn't give you "two days" there; it gives you two travel days with some sightseeing en route and at your destination, between bringing luggage in and out of your lodgings place. Given the size of Hawa'i Island (4,038 square miles/10,458 square kilometers), it takes up to three hours to drive from one side to the other. If you decide to visit Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park, and you drive over from Kona or Waikoloa, you could visit the Park before checking in, then after dropping off your luggage, you could have dinner. If you want to see the lava entering the ocean, you'd drive an hour down into lower Puna, walk out to the viewing area, stop in Pahoa for dinner, then drive back up to Volcano Village; the next morning you'd have to pack up and leave. You could perhaps visit the Park again but with luggage in your car, with a long drive ahead of you to the other side of the island.
If you stay two nights Volcano, that would give you one full day in which to explore the Park and do a hike, as well as going to the viewing area in lower Puna, on either the first or second night, relaxing on the other night, or perhaps visiting the Kilauea summit area to see the glow from the lava pond, currently two-hundred meters below the floor of the Halema'uma'u pit crater. A three-night stay would give you a second full day, allowing more time to do additional hikes, see more of the Park, or perhaps, Hilo ("hee-lo") town and the waterfalls along the Hamakua Coast, or the Ka'u District, with its black and green sand beaches; Volcano Village is well located to explore the east side of the island. Most of our guests who have stayed two nights have wished they'd stayed for three.