Hawai'i has a rich plantation history and our very own Ola’a House has deep ties to what was once Hawai’i Island’s largest sugar plantation. Read more about how the home of the Ola'a Sugar Company's manager became Volcano's Ola’a House, and discover how one man's vision for creating a place for showcasing historic artifacts and highlighting Hawai’i’s multicultural heritage became the Hawaii Plantation Museum.
Puna is world’s away from ordinary and worth the stop. Check out our top picks for what to see and do on a day trip to this colorful corner of Hawai'i and you’ll see why!
Hilo, Hawai'i is only 23-miles from our vacation rentals in Volcano Village. Ready to take a day trip to the town where Tutu grew up? Check out 19 of our favorite things to do when visiting Hilo!
Add the Kona Trail and Glover Trail in Hawai’i Volcano National Park’s Kahuku Unit back to your summer itinerary. The Park recently reopened these two trails, so get ready for a fantastic day trip from Volcano, HI.
Nāhuku (Thurston Lava Tube) has reopened! A favorite attraction in Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park, read more about what happened while it was closed to the public for a year... and how to explore the lava tube yourself!
The Volcano Art Center is at the heart of Volcano Village, an artist's community on Hawaii Island. Nestled within the Niaulani Rain Forest, the Center operates a thriving fine arts gallery that showcases the handcrafted artwork of more than 230 local artists. Tour the native rainforest, explore the outdoor sculpture garden, or take a class at the Center’s Hale Ho’omana!
There's more to Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park then the Kīlauea Volcano and its lava lake! Here's how to view the park's ancient petroglyph fields and understand the carvings, all while staying at a charming rental just minutes away from this sacred Big Island sight!