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I highly suggest renting a bike at one of the stands prior to going to see the lava flow going into the ocean. You can also hike in by foot, but it is a 4 mile hike in and back. We rented bikes from one...More
Per Dave Ewing, owner...he is shutting down the B and B to focus on his Pahoa coffee shop and to do lava tours from his Kalapana location.
I highly recommend his tours - we went last night to the ocean entry and oozing lava above...More
We stayed with David and Charlene for an unforgettable trip to see the lava flowing into the ocean. Our hosts quickly became out favorite people as they shared themselves graciously with kindness and caring attention. Their place, an artistically delightful mix of zen simplicity and...More
Our family (two adults and boys, 17 and 13) had a great time being guided to lava flows by by David. We felt safe on the whole trip. We loved the hike out, enjoying all of the textures and unusual formations of the lava beds....More
We did the Lava Hike a few days ago. What an experience! There were a couple of nice flows, directly into the ocean. Very impressive and the pictures we took were amazing!
For us, the hike was about 2.5 miles to the lava. We started...More