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The Tiny Jungle House on The Big Island is perfectly located to watch the landscape change before your very eyes at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Located 3 miles from The Tiny Jungle House , this is the home of Kilauea volcano, one of the most active volcanoes on earth. The chance to witness the primal process of creation and destruction make this park one of the most popular visitor attraction in Hawaii and a sacred place for Native Hawaiians.Founded in 1916, the Park encompasses 333,000 acre
Upon arrival, you will travel down a long private drive of black cinder fusing into red cinder that gradually leads you to your red cinder pathway through the jungle to your personal paradise. Upon entering you will notice large windows and doors allow for natural sunlight. Complementing the woven thatching, Tahitian wallpaper, floor to ceiling horizontal glass plates open up the bathroom making you feel the open space and breeze on your face. This is true off the grid living.***July Update: Made upgrades regarding the feedback i received from clients. WOW ! ! You must check it out for yourself. I enclosed the house with insulation and Birch plywood. Have a Blast !! **
Take HWY 11 toward the lovely Volcano when approaching Aloha Estates (right after the recycle center/trash) get in right lane and make a right on Mauna Kea go up 12 streets and make a right go to the end of the street as i am at the end of the street. The road is bumpy take your time. There is a house on the corner of Mauna Kea and 12th street.
Parking right in front of the Tiny Jungle House also has a long driveway and also parking at the cul de sac.
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Enjoy the frogs at night and the neighbor's pigs and pigletts down the street.
Please note this is off the grid there is a cooler for your food and drinks There is no refrigerator.Here you'll find 150 miles of hiking trails through volcanic craters, scalded deserts and rainforests as well as a museum, petroglyphs, a walk-in lava tube and two active volcanoes: Maunaloa, which last erupted in 1984 and Kilauea which has been erupting since January 3rd, 1983. The extraordinary natural diversity of the park was recognized in 1980 when it was named a World Biosphere site by UNESCO and in 1987 when the park was again honored as a World Heritage site.
Kilauea is sometimes called "the world's only drive-in volcano." This prolific volcano currently produces (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) cubic yards of lava per day, enough to resurface a 20-mile-long, two-lane road daily. As of January (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) acres of new land have been created on Hawaii Island. The current eruption may last another 100 years or stop tomorrow. Pele, the volcano goddess who lives here, is very unpredictable. But the chance to watch Kilauea's blistering lava flows meet the sea (click here for Kalapana viewing update) is just one of the reasons to visit. Here are other essential Park attractions:
Kilauea Visitor Center
Open daily: 7:45 am to 5 pm
Begin your visit at the Kilauea Visitor Center where you can watch an hourly film from 9 am to 4 pm to introduce you to the park. Ranger talks are offered and ranger-guided activities can be scheduled. Pick up maps, learn about the park's hikes and get the latest eruption updates here.
Crater Rim Drive
Crater Rim Drive is the 10.6-mile drive that circles Kilauea Caldera. Driving around this loop will take you to the park's main attractions: the Kilauea overlook, Jaggar Museum, Halemaumau Crater, Devastation Trail, Kilauea Iki Crater Overlook and the Thurston Lava Tube.
Thomas A. Jaggar Museum
Open daily: 8:30 am to 5 pm
Thomas A. Jaggar pioneered the study of volcanology here at Kilauea. Here you can find geologic displays, maps and videos about the study of volcanoes.
Steam vents plume from this massive crater, known as the home of Pele, the volcano goddess. In 1967, this crater was filled with a lake of lava that eventually drained away. Great respect should be paid at this sacred site.
Thurston Lava Tube (Nahuku)
Walk through a 500-year old lava cave formed when an underground channel of molten lava drained from its cooled walls forming a massive, hollow chamber. A tropical rainforest awaits you at the end of the tube.
Puu Oo Vent
Currently Kilauea's lava activity isn't centered in its caldera (the large depression at the top of the volcano) but at the Puu Oo vent in the East Rift Zone. Puu Oo's lava flood underground tubes that empty dramatically into the sea. You can watch this spectacle at the end of Chain of Craters Road or get a closer look from the new Kalapana viewing site outside the park.
Chain of Craters Road
Ranger station open daily: 10:00 am to 9 pm
Veering south of Crater Rim Drive is Chain of Craters Road. This 3,700-foot drive eventually ends where a lava flow has literally overtaken the road.
The Volcano House hotel overlooking Halemaumau Crater has been operating since it was a grass shack in 1846. Even Mark Twain once stayed here on his visit to Hawaii. The hotel has recently undergone renovations and is open under new management.
Be prepared on your visit. Bring food and water since there are no facilities in the park. Dress appropriately with shoes, long pants, and a jacket. Bring binoculars and a flashlight at night. And don't forget your camera.
For your safety, please stay on marked routes, heed all warning signs, and stay out of restricted areas. There is a danger of harmful volcanic gases and unstable land in these areas.
It is about a 15-minute drive to the beautiful Story Book Volcano Village, Volcanoes National Park, Tasty Cuisine Restaurants and lovely Art Gallery. Location Location Location- Located at the halfway point to Volcano and main Town.
Finally, allow plenty of time for your trip.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund. Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.