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Search our Hawaii Volcanoes directory for accommodations that suit you! Choose from a complete list of hotels and lodging options near Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Each listing offers information such as a general property description, amenities, services, prices, special deals and contact information. The Hawaii Volcanoes Lodging room search allows you to view all hotels with availability for your specific dates. All the hotels we offer have been rated and approved by AAA and the Mobil Travel Guide, the authorities in hotel inspection.

Most lodging options offer special rooms for families, including over-sized rooms and rollaway beds.


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About the Hawaii Volcanoes

The Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is located on Hawaii and features two volcanoes, Kilauea and Mauna Loa, that are still spewing lava. Eruptions are common from the Kilauea caldera. Overall, the park encompasses 505 square miles and stretches from the Pacific Ocean shore to Mauna Loa's 13,677 foot tall peak. The area includes lush, tropical flora and fauna and the barren Kau Desert. Hiking trails and camping are available. Tourists use the Hawaii Belt Road to enter the park.

Kilauea is a Hawaiian word that means spewing. The Puu Oo cone has been spewing ash and lava since 1983. Kilauea has erupted 36 times since 1952. Ninety percent of Kilauea is covered in lava. This volcano is about the most active volcano in the world, making it the most visited volcano in Hawaii.

Kilauea is the youngest volcano on Hawaii, estimated at 600,000-years-old. This mountain, appearing more as a bulge, started its life as a submarine volcano and worked its way to the surface about 100,000 years ago. About 90 percent of Kilauea is under the sea.