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Recent Volcano reviews

  • An experience to remember!

    "We ended our 2 week vacation to Hawaii by staying at this house. From the start, Matt was informative and offered the BEST communication I've ever had from a VRBO/Homeaway owner. We rent often, so this is saying a lot. I really liked the GLAD app info and the reminder emails I received when staying at the house. I didn't have any questions! LOCATION: You must drive on a one-lane road through a dense forest... no street lights. It's an adventure getting to the house that first time. But, it becomes easier so don't worry. In a lot of ways, it reminded me of camping (which we do often in a tent or our trailer in the mountains here in NY). You will see wildlife, stars, and plenty of greenery. HOUSE: The interior is rustic, but has modern conveniences. They have lots of movies (we watched Free Willy with our son), including the whole STAR WARS set!! I cooked dinner here both nights and found everything I needed. I appreciated the spices, oils and ketchup. We left an unopened ice cream. Hopefully someone enjoyed it after us! The futon and bed are both very comfy, and I loved keeping the window cracked at night so we could enjoy the fresh, cool air. It was so refreshing after our HOT 5 days in Kona. WILDLIFE: You will see roosters and pheasants on the road. You will hear dogs barking (maybe there's a kennel nearby???) and cows mooing (behind the property). I think the moon was full during our stay because the flipping roosters would crow at 3am!). This may affect light sleepers. TIPS: -Go to the Jagger Museum EVERY NIGHT! The 2nd night we went later and found it less crowded than the sunset hour. Bring a flashlight! -Buy meat in Hilo or groceries even, the Volcano General Stores only have bare minimums and canned/packaged items. -Go to the Volcano Winery! We went for an hour (for tasting and a cheese plate) right before they closed. The owner is amazingly nice and informative. They have won many Finger Lake, NY awards (where we are from), and she's from Jersey. Try the tea infused wine- it's so unusual. They boxed us up a case of wine to take on the plane. -Stay at least 2 nights! I wish we had stayed 3 nights so we could have had more time to check out the Hilo sights. -If you are going to Kona afterward, stop at the Punaluu bakery to get lunch (and malasadas for the next day breakfast); then back track to the black sand beach for lunch at the beach. We saw 6 turtles and my son found sea glass."
    Guest: Leigh M. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 28, 2014
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  • Wonderful!

    "Just got back from 7 wonderful nights at Lazy Lehua Cottage. It was everything we had hoped for and more. Like others have said. Great attention to detail and so many extras for the guests. We especially appreciated the beach equipment, towels, chairs and the cooler for packing a lunch. Having been landlords for many years and many properties we especially appreciate the continued maintenance that both the owner and the caretaker have put into this beautiful piece of paradise. While the location is a little drive to some places it was perfect for us as we dislike the tourist scene and crowds of people. It was well worth the drive to come home to a cozy, peaceful and private place. Also appreciated the info from the owner on the local area, very helpful and time saving. We would definitely stay again. Thank you Joyce for sharing your gem with travelers."
    Guest: Desert Dwellers Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: April 16, 2014
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  • Perfect Perfect Perfect!!!

    "I really don't think words or pictures can really describe the sheer awesomeness of this house & location. We stayed for 5 nights here during our HI vacation & we could have stayed so much longer here before we headed over to Kona side. The owners have thought of and have provided everything you need for your perfect stay (except for food & car of course). Directions, book of ideas/sites (much appreciated!!), beach supplies, bikes, etc etc....also the beds in this house were the most comfortable we have stayed in during our vacation (3 different houses). We went to the Orchid Farm, Volcano NP twice (park is about 5 min away for great night glows & stargazing!), Punaluu Beach, Richardson Beach, South Puna tidepools, lava fields, warm ponds, ziplined in Honomu, Akaka Falls, Rainbow Falls, Boiling pots, Mauna Loa, there is also a great little coffee house couple of streets down you can ride bikes to, & after all the site seeing we still had plenty of hangout time enjoying the serenity & beauty of this house, not to mention great DVD selection! I highly recommend staying in Volcano when you visit the big island, you will not be disappointed! The weather was great, everything is close enough driving distance, & it is all scenic driving!!"
    Guest: Christine J. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 12, 2014
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  • Fun Adventure in the Rainforest

    "We stayed at Skye's 2nd treehouse in Volcano for 4 nights in August of 2014. The place is amazing! Skye was very helpful when we arrived. He met us and took us around, telling us all about the place. He gave recommendations of places to see and things to do on the island. It's certainly not a 5 star resort with all the amenities but it's a lot of fun and different than your traditional hotel. Everything you need is there. It's super quiet and you can watch the stars at night from your bed or hear the rain fall. My daughter, age 7, loved sleeping up in her loft space and thought it was so fun to stay in a treehouse! The path that lights up when you come up at night is amazing. It's very isolated but it's only about 5-10 minute drive to a few restaurants, and the Volcano National Park. Great place to stay if you want to try something different!"
    Guest: Andrea K. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 27, 2014
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Volcano Travel Tips

Discover Dramatic Landscapes During Your Stay at Volcano Vacation Rentals

If you like nature's amazing displays, Volcano vacation rentals will provide just enough balance between the world's most active volcano, Kilauea, and the serenity of Volcano Village. Located five minutes from Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, vacation rentals offer homes with multiple rooms and home-like amenities. The park is a World Heritage Site and an International Biosphere Reserve, offering you the chance to explore volcanic areas like the Thurston Lava Tube. At Halema'uma'u Crater you can see an ash plume, and on the Big Island, you can watch lava erupt and flow into the sea or spend an afternoon hiking the highland rainforest.

Get More With Volcano Vacation Houses

There are many ways in which volcano vacation houses offer you more than you get at a hotel. You get privacy, more space, a furnished house, and a fully equipped kitchen. Some properties offer luxury features like forest-side spas and outdoor showers. Enjoy a hot cup of Hawaiian coffee and fresh tropical fruit in the lanai before heading out for a day of fun. Located on the Big Island of Hawaii, Volcano Village is an area surrounded by volcano mist, orchids, and tree ferns. If you want to learn about the lush vegetation, you'll find the Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden 30 minutes away.

Explore Hawaii From Puna District Beach Rentals

While the volcano is a popular attraction, Puna District beach rentals place you near other attractions and activities. Enjoy a location just steps away from the water. Spend a day snorkeling in the Waiopae Tide Pool. If you want to watch lava pour into the ocean but you prefer to stay away from the summit of Kilauea, consider a boat tour. You'll enjoy swaying on the waves of the Pacific Ocean while watching something you won't see at home, and you might see dolphins or whales.

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