Kilauea Travel Guide

  • A Bird at the Kilauea Point Wildlife Reserve
    A Bird at the Kilauea Point Wildlife...
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  • Kilauea Point Wildlife Reserve
    Kilauea Point Wildlife Reserve
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  • Kilauea Point Wildlife Reserve
    Kilauea Point Wildlife Reserve
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Kilauea Things to Do

  • Kilauea Lighthouse and Wildlife Refuge

    Located on Kilauea Point, this is the northernmost point of the inhabitated Hawaiian Islands. The lighthouse was built in 1913 and decommissioned in 1976. It is located on a very scenic point that juts out into the Pacific. Today it is part of the Kilauea National Wildlife Refuge and a $3 entry fee (children under 16 are free) is required. However...

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  • Christ Memorial Episcopal Church

    Just before you make the turn onto Kilauea Road to go to the wildlife refuge and lighthouse, look opposite the turn and you'll see a small church. The interesting thing about the church is that it is made out of volcanic rock. Built in 1941, some of the headstones that surround the church as also made of lava stone and pre-date the church when the...

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  • Kilauea Lighthouse & Wildlife Reserve

    The Kilauea Lighthouse became operational in 1913 for ships sailing the Orient run. While no longer active, this lighthouse has been meticulously restored and is now one of the biggest tourist attractions on the island, attracting over 500,000 visitors annually. In 1985 the lighthouse and the surrounding acreage was assumed by the U.S. Fish and...

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Kilauea Hotels

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  • Westin Princeville Ocean Resort Villas

    3838 Wyllie Road, Princeville, Hawaii, 96722, United States

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars

  • The Palmwood

    6867 Koolau Road, Kilauea, Hawaii, 96754, United States

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

  • Sealodge at Princeville

    3700 Kamehameha Road, Princeville, Hawaii, 96722, United States

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Families

Kilauea Restaurants

  • Dine There Or Cook It Up At Home

    If you’re in Kilauea it’s worth stopping at the Kilauea Fish Market. This quaint little market sells fresh fish and amazing poke. A perfect afternoon starts at the Kilauea Lighthouse and ends with a lunch of freshly prepared fish with a poke appetizer on a bench outside the market. Their hot meals are yummy! If you’ve got a kitchen at your disposal...

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  • Smoothies and Sandwiches!

    Mango Mama's has a large number of vegetarian dishes on the menu and an unlimited combination of smoothie flavors. The great thing about being in Hawaii is the large number of fresh tropical fruits you can get in your smoothie. You can also get energy, immunity, vitamin, etc. shots to pep up your drink. The setting is very laid back with tables and...

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  • Good Fresh Seafood

    Basically a fish market with a display case and a small grill on the side, this non-descript business in the back of a group of offices/shops serves up some very tasty seafood dishes. One of the specials that day was the mahi and shrimp tempura plate. The fish and shrimp were cooked to perfection with a light, crispy batter and dipping sauce....

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Kilauea Shopping

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    by Hopkid Written Apr 21, 2007

    The center of the Kilauea business district, the center is anchored by the Kong Lung Center, a former store established in 1881 by a Chinese businessman who catered to plantation workers. The current Kong Lung store carries high-end house furnishings and clothes. The rest of the center is a collection of independent boutiques and restaurants. There's also a very enticing bakery and the Kilauea Theater and Community Center where they have occassional movie screenings and live music acts.

    What to buy: Clothes, food, jewelery, etc.

    What to pay: Varies

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Kilauea Favorites

  • doolemma's General Tip

    A spouting horn. When the water come through these natural tunnels in the lava they make spectacular geysers.

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  • doolemma's General Tip

    Try to play this course if you are a golfer. The scenery is so beautiful that you almost forget you are playing. This is a postcard picture of the par three Third hole on the Ocean nine. Can anyone remember when you could play this course for less then twenty US dollars???

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  • doolemma's General Tip

    This is the layout for the Princeville at Hanalei Golf Course that is made up of the Ocean, Woods, and Lake nines.(preprinted scorecard)

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