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VolcanoDiscovery Hawaii
P.O. Box 1251
Volcano, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii 96785
United States
Tel: 808-640-4165
E-mail: hawaii@volcanodiscovery.com
VolcanoDiscovery offers personalized private and small group tours on Hawai`i Island and across volcanoes worldwide. Our special focus is accurate and detailed information about the geology, natural and cultural aspects of Kīlauea volcano, Hawai`i Volcanoes National Park and Hawai`i Island. We promote local goods, sustainable practices, and the traditional Hawaiian value of "Mālama `Āina", Caring for the Land.

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Crater Rim Cabin
23 Golf Links Road
Volcano, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii 96785
United States
Tel: 8089858861
Fax: 8089857106
URL: http://www.craterrimcabin.com/
A private cabin, three room plus bath, situated at the edge of the fern-ohia forest on the boundary of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Includes kitchen stocked with breakfast items, 24-hour wireless internet, gas fireplace, TV-DVD with movies... and clean!
Hale Mahinui
Volcano, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii
United States
Tel: 808-967-8617
E-mail: HaleMahinui@volcanogallery.com
Hale Mahinui is the perfect place to stay if you want to visitHawaii Volcanoes National Park and Volcano Village. Enjoy a very special retreat with a romantic atmosphere, comfort, ambience, and lots of privacy. After a day of Volcano adventure, soak in the Jacuzzi located just outside the Master Bedroom, or sit on the private deck overlooking the lush tropical garden, and enjoy the magical atmosphere and the sounds of the Volcano Forest. Rates are $175 to $205.
Boy and Debra's Place
19-4020 Kalani Honua Loop
Volcano, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii 96785
United States
Tel: 808-985-7545
E-mail: boyanddebra@hotmail.com
Quiet, peaceful, private 1 bedroom, 1 bath with full kitchen, lanai, outdoor hottub, private parking. Continental breakfast delivered daily. Three minutes to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, close to golf, snorkeling, black sand beach. 30 minutes from Hilo, 2 1/2 hrs. from Kona. Cool, crisp at 4000' elevation. Locally owned and operated. $140 night plus taxes. 1 night deposit required to reserve. Personal checks accepted or CC thru PayPal. Boy and Debra 808-985-7545.
Garuda Guesthouse
19-4176 Ke Koa Nui
Volcano, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii 96785
United States
Tel: (888) 444-0448
Fax: (808) 985-8527
E-mail: info@garudaguesthouse.com
Welcome to the Garuda Guesthouse, Minutes from Volcanoes National Park! Nestled in the rich Volcano rainforest, Garuda Guesthouse is a single, special unit for those who want the beauty of a lushly-landscaped environment, enhanced by water ponds with koi and goldfish; abundant anthurium, lush ferns, flowers of yellow, blue, white, and all shades of pink; the song of birds in the morning and the sight of magical stars at night...and most of all: total, sublime privacy.

Volcano Village, Hawai'i
Volcano, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii
United States
The original web site for Volcano Village, Hawaii and Kilauea. Find photos, Volcano eruption updates, Information on places offering Lodging, Food, Fun and Lava So explore, enjoy and find the answer to: Why would anyone want to live on  an active volcano?