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Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park 

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Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park 

Established in 1916, Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park is one of the "Jewels in the Crown" of the National Park Service. Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and International Biosphere Reserve, the park protects over 133,000 hectares (330,000 acres) with over 241 kilometers (150 miles) of hiking trails. The park is home to two of the most active volcanoes on Earth (Mauna Loa and Kīlauea), rare and imperiled species, and unique Hawaiian cultural sites. Located within walking distance of the Kīlauea House Bed & Breakfast, the park website offers great ways to "Plan Your Visit."

Experience Volcano

The Volcano Community has come together to invite our many visitors to truly experience what Volcano has to offer. From hula classes to art exhibitions to music concerts - there is always something going on in this warm and welcoming community. Check out the website and start planning your own Volcano Experience.


Current Eruption

Kilauea Volcano

The newest eruption cycle of Kilauea volcano began 20 December 2020. The lava lake is contained within Halema'uma'u crater at the summit of Kilauea. The best viewing is after dark from the Kilauea Overlook approximately 2.4 kilometers (1.5 miles) from Kilauea House Bed & Breakfast. For the latest eruption update, check the link below.


Volcano Winery

Located a short walk from the Kilauea House of the Five Blessings, the Volcano Winery has the distinction of being the Southern most winery in the United States and for their year round  wine tastings.


ʻAkaka Falls State Park

A short drive north from Hilo, ʻAkaka Falls takes a dramatic 135 metre (442 feet) plunge to the valley below. A small $5 entrance fee is well worth it. The hike is a short beautiful loop through lush tropical forest on a well maintained trail. This is a very popular stop when visiting the East side of Hawaii Island.


Punaluʻu Beach Park

When you think of Hawaii Island's famous black sand beaches - the iconic Punalu'u beach is at the top of the list. With tropical breezes, waving coconut palms, basking sea turtles and blue water, this landmark is a short 30 minute drive from the Kilauea House Bed & Breakfast.

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