Volcano Village is a city in Puna at the entrance to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
Hele On Bus systemThere is only one limited county bus, operating M-Sa, no holidays. Like most buses on the island it is designed for commuters. The bus route connects Hilo to Ka'u and runs a couple times early in the morning and a couple times in the afternoon.
phone: +1 808 967-7969address: 19-4084 Old Volcano RdTasty Thai food for dinner, lunch and take out. Reservations may be advisable at peak times.
phone: +1 808 967-7110A B&B housed in a historic plantation house only a few miles from Volcano National Park (elevation: 4,000 ft). The hosts are long-time natives of the Hawaii Islands and are full of fantastic advice on touring the islands, as well as delightful stories of their own adventures here. The grounds are a beautifully kept profusion of flowers and fruit trees, and many of the fruits make their way into the plentiful (really plentiful!) and delicious breakfasts.
phone: +1 808 967-7178address: 9-4104 Anuhea Circle DrAffordable vacation rentals all less than a mile from the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and within walking distance from all the delights Volcano Village has to offer
phone: +1 808 985-8920address: 11-3903 10th StAn upscale bed and breakfast 2 miles from the park entrance, a choice of 4 rooms, all with private baths, in the middle of the rainforest. The beautiful grounds feature a hot tub, BBQ area, and covered seating with fire pit.
phone: +1 808 430-4647address: 11-3860 11th StThis place was built on a hand-cleared lot and features Ohias growing though the 700+ SF deck and BBQ area and giant tree ferns you can reach out and touch.
address: 19-4178 Wright RdInn at Volcano is a mile from Volcanoes National Park.
phone: +1 808-967-7775address: 11-3733 Ala Ohia St.Volcano Guest House B&B is a looped lane collection of 3 rooms from $95 per night, 3 cottages and 2 apartments at $125, two big houses from $220, a large yoga/dance studio, and a shared Breakfast Lanai with hot tub. It is located on 12 acres adjacent to forest reserve along the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Boundary, 5 minutes drive from the park entrance. From singles up to 35 people can stay. It shares the space with native rainforest, semi-forested pasture for two Dexter cows, a pond for Muscovy ducks. Bonnie Goodell, planner and gardener, and Alan Miller, builder, started from Honoluu to a tent here in 1979, rented their first cottage in 1986. Extended family and friends live there and come and go, some writing books, all working on projects. Line-dried linens, solar assisted hot water.