Enchanted Rainforest Cottages, near park entrance

From $140 / night



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  • Cottage
  • 1 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 2

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 2

Type: Cottage

Enchanted Rainforest Cottages, near park entrance

Nestled among the Hapu'u tree ferns, towering Ohia trees, paths and koi ponds, our cottages cater to nature loving, quiet adults who want to be in the rainforest. Our cottages range from a small studio unit with no cooking facilities, to a guesthouse with full kitchen, all with rainforest views out each of the windows. Village stores and restaurants are close by, as is the charming Sunday morning Farmer's Market. The Hawaii Volcanoes National Park entrance is only minutes away. Visit our website for a treasure trove of local information, favorite hikes, birding, special places, and a blog of our hikes and activities. Check out our main ...Read more

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Enchanted Rainforest Cottages in Volcano Village

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Enchanted Rainforest Cottages, near park entrance
Volcano, Hawaii
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Volcano Village is just outside the Volcanoes National Park boundary, minutes from the visitor center. The Village has food, gas, atms, a number of fine restaurants, art galleries, and more, and is home to many artists, scientists, and those of a spiritual nature, a really open minded and friendly place to visit.

We have multiple rentals, with a range of rates between $85 and $140 per night. Contact us for availability either here, or from our website at erc-volcano.com/cottages.htm.

We're close to the park entrance which is about 2 miles on down the highway. The park has many miles of hiking trails and road ways - the visitor center is close to the entrance, and has maps, displays, and to the minute information on the eruption status of the various calderas and vents, and where the lava might be flowing. The museum, a few miles past the visitor center is a great place for evening or night time viewing of the glowing Kilauea Caldera, especially in foggy or rainy weather which enhances the glow. And speaking of weather, we get everything from sun to clouds to heavy fog and mist to rain... it's very unpredictable, so plan ahead.

And for you birders out there, we offer a morning's birding hike for $50/group. Contact us for details.

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