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Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park

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Jason  And Guthrie
Jason And Guthrie
July 16, 2019
Amazing hikes and views of the crater.
Amy
Amy
November 17, 2021
Check the park site for weather and plan accordingly. The park is huge and there are tons of great hikes. If you’re lucky, you’ll be staying while the crater is actively erupting. Ask us and we will be happy to share how to get the best views!
Karla
Karla
November 8, 2021
While you're on the island you should see the lava flow at Kilauea, the worlds most active volcano! Make sure you check the website to get all the current information. Go to the Kilauea Visitor Center and find out everything you need to get the most out of viewing the volcano. There are tours you…
LeeAnne
LeeAnne
November 19, 2021
Check out the lava from Chain of Craters Road.
Kalani
Kalani
November 23, 2021
Kīlauea is sometimes called “the world’s only drive-in volcano.” This beloved park encompasses more than 300,000 acres, with dozens of miles through volcanic craters, scalded deserts, and rainforests, as well as a museum, petroglyphs, a walk-in lava tube and two active volcanoes. The extraordinary…
Shane & Cindi
Shane & Cindi
August 14, 2019
It is a drive for sure but well worth it! I recommend leaving in the early morning around 8 and traveling south to see Green Sands Beach, Black Sands Beach and South Point before arriving at the park around 2. See the crater, hike around and then go back through Hilo to arrive around dinner. Drive…
Ginger
Ginger
November 22, 2021
so cool at night too
Gigi
Gigi
December 12, 2019
Go early! There is so much to see and do. Hike the crater rim, check out the visitor’s center, visit the lava tubes, and take a lot of pictures!!!

Einzigartige Aktivitäten in der Umgebung

Vulkan-Wanderung und Madame Pele
Ab Preis:$155 /Person
Magische Schnitzeljagd am Vulkan
Ab Preis:$35 /Person

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“Located on the Hilo coast, this 0.4-mile uphill hike through jungle passes by wild orchids, bamboo, and ferns on the way to two impressive waterfalls. First is the 100-foot Kahuna Falls, and then follow the loop to gaze upon the mighty Akaka Falls which cascades 442-feet into the gorge below. This is possibly Big Island’s most famous waterfall and is considered fairly accessible, taking less than one hour to complete the hike. This park is 49.2 miles or about a 1 hour and 15 minute drive from our center.”
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Bauernmarkt
“Twice-weekly outdoor market with over 200 vendors selling produce, artisanal foods & crafts. ”
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Natural Feature
“Located in Wailuku River State Park, a short distance from downtown Hilo and about 35 miles or a 1 hour drive from our center, Waiānuenue, meaning “rainbow water” in the Hawaiian language, is often referred to as Rainbow Falls. The 80-foot falls is known for the vibrant light spectrum that can be seen in the mist around mid to late morning on sunny days. No lifeguards are on duty and rainfall makes conditions generally unsafe for swimming. We recommend taking a moment to bask in the natural beauty, appreciate the grove of banyan trees nearby, and capture a lovely photo with these falls as a backdrop.”
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Amerikanisches Restaurant
“Kaleo's is a local favorite dining spot, especially for weekends and nights out. The restaurant often has live entertainment, as well as a variety of dishes to satisfy everyone's tastes. Reservations are recommended due to limited seating. This restaurant is 14.3 miles or about a 20 minute drive from our center.”
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Flea Market
“This farmer's market occurs every Sunday from about 8 am to 12 pm, and offers opportunities for local businesses to sell produce and products made locally. Vendors include fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, spices, plant nurseries, jewelry, clothing and prepared foods including international cuisine. ”
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Standort
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, HI 96718
Telefonnummer+1 808-985-6000
Websitenps.gov