- Our list of the best things to do in Volcano, Hawaii, features the top 79 nearby activities — including 40 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Volcano, HI has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Tours, Museums & Galleries, and Water Activities.
- The results below include the top 15 things to do within the city of Volcano, HI , followed by 63 popular activities in nearby cities, including Hilo, Pahoa, Keaau, Pahala, Kalapana, Kurtistown, Mountain View and Volcanoes
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15-2874 Pahoa Village Road, Pahoa, HI 96778 MoreLess Info
The Living Love Yoga & Health Sanctuary is a health facility that provides deep tissue massages, Swedish massages, and private yoga instruction. The company also offers yoga classes for more than 6 people at a time.
The Pahoa Village Museum features exhibits on Hawaiian history, as well as a convenient juice bar to enjoy delicious beverages as you tour the facility. Guests can gain insight into artifacts and interesting items that are found nowhere else.
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13-101 Kalapana Kapoho Beach Road, Pahoa, HI 96778 MoreLess Info
Beautiful Isaac Hale Beach Park sits on Pohoiki Bay. It is an excellent launch spot for recreational fishing boats, and its beautiful ocean views make it popular among photographers. Campers must purchase permits before entering the park.
As long as you pack a sturdy pair of hiking shoes and a couple of flashlights, Kaumana Caves Park will provide you with a thrilling adventure. Hikers enter into genuine lava tubes in their original form and can explore the caves by flashlight.
At Wailuku River State Park, visitors can hike to a historic waterfall where they can view rainbows reflecting off of its mist. The park also contains the Boiling Pots, pools of water that appear to be boiling with rain.
Home to the HICCUP Circus and the Seaview School, the SPACE Performing Arts Center offers classes for both adults and children. The hands-on learning environment provides a chance to interact with others while taking part in recreational activities.
Located at the 14 000 ft summit of Mauna Kea, and accessible by vehicle, the Mauna Kea Observatory is the largest astronomical observatory in the world, housing thirteen telescopes operated by astronomers in eleven countries.