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What You’ll Love About Volcano


A nature trail through dense tropical forest in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.

The Amenities

Shopping, dining, libraries, schools, museums, entertainment including Lava Ocean Adventures...you can't run out of things to do in Volcano!

Aerial view of a latte with white foam sitting in a white cup on a wooden table.

The Housing

The median rent asked is 18% lower than the national average in Volcano.

A ray of sunshine bursting through white clouds against a blue sky.

The Weather

The monthly temperature in Volcano ranges between 57 degrees - 63 degrees year round and the pollution index in Volcano is 72% better than the national average!


Come Explore Life in Volcano

One thing I can tell you is the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is one of the most visited attractions in the State. "A new National Park Service report shows that around 1,832,660 visitors to Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park in 2015 spent $151,246,200 in communities near the park. This supported 1,834 jobs on the island, and had a cumulative benefit to the local community of $189,391,100" Courtesy of the NPS


What Future Residents Should Know About Volcano


What's the Weather Like?

From dry, coastal, desert strand to some of the wettest spots on earth, to hot humid tropical lushness to stark, barren, snow-capped mountains, our big island offers an astonishing array of climates. You have probably heard a similar oft-quoted line, “Hawaii has 11 of the world's 13 climate zones."

A rainfall map of the Big Island of Hawaii.

Should I Be Worried About Volcanoes?

Kau is home to Kilauea and Mauna Loa, two active volcanoes on the Big Island. While some locations are at high risk of lava flow, most communities are in areas with less risk. View the map below to learn about lava zones in the District of Kau.


Volcano's Best Attractions and Activities


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local attractions

Favorite Attractions

Kilauea Visitor Center, Crater Rim Drive, Thomas A. Jaggar Museum, Halemaumau Crater, Thurston Lava Tube, Chain of Craters Road, Stem Vents, Pu'u Loa Petroglyphs, Volcano House & Active Lava Hawaiian Tours

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Parks & Recreation

In Volcano, you are surrounded by nature. Hawaii Volcano National park

shopping and dining

Shopping & Dining

Volcano is home to a variety of local & mainstream foods and shopping. 

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Culture and History

Volcano is full of with beautiful scenery and countless attractions. Soak in the beach landscapes along the coastline, go exploring on the Lava Walk, and marvel at the historic architecture Star of the Sea Painted Church and the Active Lava Hawaiian Tours

employment

Employment Opportunities

University of Hawaii Volcano, Hawaii Community College, Volcano Medical Center, Hawaii County, State of Hawaii, Federal Jobs, and Astronomy Jobs.

Community Events

Plant Aloha (free farming classes), yoga and Ukulele classes for all, plus more!


Volcano Quick Facts


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