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
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.