Explore a World Heritage Site: Volcanoes National Park
Friday, August 9, 2013
Established in 1916, Volcanoes National Park contains two of the world’s most famous volcanoes: Mauna Lao and Kilauea and. The Mona Lao is the world’s most massive volcano and the Kilauea is one of the most active volcanoes on the planet.
Volcanoes National Park gives scientist great insight into the birth of Hawaii and was recognized as a World Heritage Site in 1987. Over half of the park is designated Volcanoes Wilderness area and provides unique hiking opportunities.
An easy 45-minute drive from Volcanoes National Park:
The Inn at Kalaekilohana, Naalehu, HI
One of the only Hawaiian owned B&B’s in Hawaii, the luxurious Inn at Kalaekilohana is centrally located on the big island between Pu`uhonua `O Honaunau National Historic Park and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Innkeepers Kenny & Kilohana are extremely gracious and knowledgeable hosts that are happy to answer questions, provide clear directions and maps as well as offer great tips and solid recommendations to help ensure that your stay is a memorable one!
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