This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Kalapana Travel Tips
Enjoy a Beach Getaway in Kalapana Vacation Homes
Located in the Puna District on the Big Island of Hawaii, Kalapana vacation homes offer all the comforts of your home while you're away. Kalapana lodging includes a bevy of amenities, from wireless Internet service and large-screen TVs to covered lanais and gorgeous ocean views to soak in at the end of the day. The Kalani Oceanside Retreat is just a short walk from Kalapana lodging, and for a small fee guests can enjoy a 25-meter pool, hot tub and sauna, or they can opt for a relaxing massage or yoga class.
Family vacations are the perfect opportunity to spend time with your loved ones, bond as a family and escape the humdrum of everyday life. Whether you're traveling with your smaller immediate family or you're planning a large extended family gathering, vacation home rentals are ideal when traveling with families; they provide privacy that hotels can't offer and spacious floor plans. Hawaii has ample vacation homes, such as Kalapana vacation homes, to rent.
Enjoying Hawaii's Puna District
When you're not relaxing in Big Island vacation rentals, venture into the Puna District to explore nature and experience the eccentric charm of the area. Kalapana is Puna's most dramatic destination; in 1990, lava from the eruption of the Kilauea volcano engulfed the historic fishing village of Kalapana. Kalapana vacationers can hike to find a prime view of the Kilauea's Puu Oo vent, where the volcano most recently experienced activity.
Adventures on the Big Island of Hawaii
If you prefer to venture out of the Puna District for the day, the Big Island of Hawaii is the perfect place to experience adventure. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, for instance, spans 333,000 acres and features 150 miles of hiking trails that wind through rainforests, petroglyphs, volcanic craters and two active volcanoes, Maunaloa and Kilauea.