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Clean and comfortable accommodation that is good value for money. The volcano is only a 45 minute drive away and is conveniently located close to other attractions such as Rainbow Falls. Our kids love searching for the Coqui frogs at night time. Would stay here...More
HIlo's volcanos are its main calling card. You can't see lava flowing within Volcano National Park, however, because the molten stuff is on private land. The Dolphin Bay proprietor, John Alexander, is a volcano expert and knows who to call for a hike to the...More
I was raised on this side of the island and now live in Kona. My daughter wanted to hike Hilo and hamakua as her Christmas gift so I rented us a room for the night. I was so impressed. This is NOT a resort but...More
The woman at the front desk (I'm embarrassed I did not get her name), was extremely pleasant and helpful for all our questions and more. She alerted us the the farmer's market (only occurs 2-times a week) the following morning, a great trek to see...More
Wow, talk about "coming home!" The Dolphin Bay is a former two-story apartment complex in a very old, verdant part of town, just across the old sugar cane bridge that crosses the Wailuku River into old down town. Incredibly lush, quiet, and like stepping back...More