The Puna District of Hawaii
is an island paradise many dream of. Beautiful beaches, year-round summer ambiance, Hawaiian culture and history abound. Get up close and personal with a volcano by visiting the Kilauea
Volcano which can be seen down Puna Coast. he lava fields, which covered the area of Kalapana
in the 90s, still glow red at night as the lava continues to pour out of the volcano. If visitors are courageous enough to go near it, they can walk close to the lava flow. Take a day trip to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and stay in the town of Volcano
to learn more about the area. You may even be able to see the lava glowing at night from your vacation rental.
Peak travel times to Puna District and Hawaii in general are December over the Christmas period and June through September months as many families enjoy spending the summer months here. There is no shortage of vacation rentals to stretch out and relax in. There is room for everyone.
For water lovers, Ahalanui Beach Park or the Pu’ala’a County is one of the best destinations in the area. Ocean front home, apartment and condo rentals are available. The park is well-known for their heated spring-tide pools. Before the eruption at Kapoho
in the 1960s, these tide pools were naturally cold. Isaac Hale Beach Park or Pohoiki is another favorite destination in Puna District for those looking for good water activities. Accommodations and lodging are not difficult to find in this area either.
For food, Puna District has quite an array of restaurants that cater to any foodie. From local Hawaiian cuisine to international flavors, the district has it all. Some of the notable names to try out are Royal Siam and Ning’s Thai Cuisine. Book your accommodations with Owner Direct Vacation Rentals today.