Find your accommodations in the Puna district on the Big Island;
condo rentals and full sized homes, villas and home vacation rentals provide you with the vacation rental accommodation to suit your needs, no matter what your criteria. Lodging choices are plentiful.
One of the more exciting moku or districts on the Big Island, Puna offers an amazing tropical landscape, volcanoes, a bevy of black sand beaches, parks, thermal heated springs, black lava rock coastlines and a pristine tropical rainforest landscape. This area on the eastern tip of Hawaii's Big Island stretches from the sea to the 4,000-foot summit of Kilauea Volcano.
On the coast you’ll find roiling ocean, black-sand beaches and a spring warmed by the volcano’s steam. Towards the volcano you’ll find rainforests, steam vents and the rugged landscapes of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. There are several charming towns in this moku ranging from the upland village of Volcano located near the entrance to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Volcano Village is a rather affluent little village hidden behind the forest The Volcano winery
is worth a visit for a taste of their unique tropical blended honey wines. Beautiful native forests surround the area that is filled with native ohia lehua trees, ferns and other native plants. Volcano also has several orchid farms, and a setting that is peaceful and serene.
The main attraction in the Puna moku is the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
Active lava flows, hiking trails, petroglyphs, a hotel and lodge and more craters than one can count make it the most popular attraction on the island. In places where no county water is offered, residents use a catchments system that collects rainwater in backyard tanks. Living near the land is the way of life in Pahoa
Accommodation options in the Puna district are home vacation rentals, condo rentals and villas. Owner Direct can find your preferred accommodations.