The Volcano Teapot Cottage is one the Big Islands premiere vacation rentals. This private vacation rental house is conveniently located near a wide variety of Big Island activities and destinations. In addition to Kilauea Volcano, there are many other fun activities, including a couple of the planets most unique beaches (green sand and black sand beaches).
Hale Ho’ola is a Hawaiian Healing Arts Center and Spa located in Volcano Village on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
Hawai?i Volcanoes National Park displays the results of 70 million years of volcanism, migration, and evolution — processes that thrust a bare land from the sea and clothed it with unique ecosystems, and a distinct human culture. The park highlights two of the world’s most active volcanoes, and offers insights on the birth of the Hawaiian Islands and views of dramatic volcanic landscapes.
Hawaii Volcano Observatory
K?lauea is one of the most active volcanoes on the planet and an invaluable resource for volcanologists who are able to study it up close due to its exclusively non-violent effusive activity. Located within Hawai?i Volcanoes National Park, K?lauea is visited by millions of tourists each year, making it the most visited attraction in Hawaii and the most visited volcano in the world.
Wine tasting in Paradise is just a sip away at Volcano Winery on the Big Island. Come taste the local wines inspired by volcanic fire and the bounty of the island.
Native Guide Hawaii
We have a variety of adventures; from our always popular Kilauea volcano tours, lava tours, Puna coastal tours to custom tours designed to suit your individual fitness level and time constraints.
Live view of active volcano Halema’uma’u overlook webcam. This website has many pictures, all covering the latest on our active Volcano! Also showing great images throughout the island, there’s always something to do!
Volcano Art Center
Volcano Art Center (VAC) is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) educational organization founded in 1974 by a band of eclectic and energetic artists. Today, over 36 years later, Volcano Art Center continues to operate a successful fine arts gallery showcasing handcrafted art works by over 300 local artists, as well as developing and offering programs for residents, keiki and visitors alike, including the award winning Na Mea Hawai`i Hula Kahiko performance series at the pa hula in Hawai`i Volcanoes National Park.
Volcano Garden Arts
Volcano Garden Arts is a World Heritage Site located one mile from Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, and was once part of the 1908 Hopper Estate. The farmhouse-turned-gallery is constructed of California redwood originally brought to Volcano by ship, rail and horse-drawn wagon.
Friends of Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park
Friends of Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park (FHVNP) is a non-profit organization with members worldwide who have experienced the wonder and power of the park’s living volcanoes.
A Walking Tour of Volcano Village…
Sunday Farmer’s Market in the village’s community center, An array of local baked goods, tropical fruits and homemade prepared foods.
Local restaurants and cafes with menus ranging from plate lunches and picnic fare to formal gourmet offerings.
Gift shops and art galleries boasting prized local talents.
A convenient general store, post office and gas stations.
One mile away is the entrance to the Volcano National Park. Truly a natural wonder and often times awesome spectacle. Walk over just cooled lava to witness the earth’s most active volcano, Kilauea Volcano.
Not To Be Missed…
Historic Hilo Town. A walk along the waterfront shopping district will find quaint shops, restaurants, museums, farmers markets and beautiful waterside parks to mention a few of Hilo’s charming sites.
Liliuokalani Japanese Garden
Orchid gardens and nurseries.
Akaka and Rainbow Falls
Hawaii Tropical Botanical Gardens
A spectacular drive along the Hamakua Coast with views of Mauna Kea, the highest peak in the Pacific Ocean, (often times snow capped in the winter months), waterfalls in lush tropical forests, picture-book ocean vistas and charming Hawaiian towns dotting the countryside are like a step back in time.