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PAHOA is a very Large district many individual suburbs, Kalapana, Kalapana Estate Pahoa, Hawaiian Gardens, Paradise, Orchidland. Ainaloa, Leilani Estate and so forth I believe it's all part of PUNA. So it's huge... Over all I really enjoy Pahoa cause I have my best friend who lives and work in the heart of Pahoa she's is such a blessing. So Yes I Love It There. Lots of delicious places to eat at even from the side of the road, Certain days you can buy Fresh Tuna and other fish right from the Ahi Man!!! Amazing 😍
Pahoa is off of the beaten path. I have come to Pahoa only to visit my family members who have lived on the island for over 10 years. The town Pahoa has added a good shopping center with Malama grocery. And Pahoa is close to the volcano and the beautiful coast. Wouldn't recommend Pahoa as a tourist destination. But if you're not the touristy type, this is the place for you.
Close to the most recent lava flows, Lava Tree State Monument, Star of the Sea Painted Church and scenic coastal drives. Nice small town with several places to eat. We particularly liked Pho 19 and the Smoothie Shack. Olympic size public pool. Lap swimming is free!
Try to go to Uncle Roberts place at the end of the road on Wednesday nights. Quite the experience. Other things around the area offer lots of lava and the state and national parks (especially the ones on the water) are amazing. Great remote place like no other.
Love Pahoa and it's aloha spirit, a community devastated and dealing with so much after last year's eruption. My visit was primarily to meet with friends and to make a minor contribution to the community struggling to rebuild and recover from Tutu Pele's "redecorating". The relocated Volcano museum was educational and Vincent made my day! Mahalo Vincent! Don't miss the opportunity for lunch or dinner at Kaleo's ….ono food!
Pahoa is a great town, the hub between Hilo and the Kapoho area. It offers great food, wonderful ways to enjoy the natural beauty, and a wonderful farmers market on Sundays with live music, great food and a wonderful way to meet people -- perfect for solo travelers.
Robert’s place is in a quiet neighborhood surrounded by tropical vegetation(Ofc everywhere in Hilo you can hear the frogs). We intentionally stayed away from busy urban area of Hilo so this is perfect for us. It is on the way to the volcanoes National park so if you are like us that visit the park quite a bit then it is a great location. The host is an artist who has a pottery workshop on site so we got to see some of his work. He and his wife are very friendly and accommodating. Would love to stay with them if we come back :-)
Location: So close to beach, hilo and vulcano national park Free Parking nearby Super spacious room with comfortable double bed Very friendly owner Least expensive private room on the whole island, maybe even in whole of state hawaii Kitchen fully equipped, Restrooms nice Nice sitting area outside, and hanging around makes fun too, super quiet to sleep. My favorite Hostel from now on, i would call the whole area with private rooms more like HOTEL instead of HOSTEL
A beautiful bungalow in a quiet street in Pahoa. Perfect for a solo or couple to relax and recharge. I felt extremely safe, and Abbie was a very welcoming and kind host. The bed was comfortable, the kitchenette and bathroom had everything I needed, and the place was well stocked and clean. The lanai was my favourite and I spent many hours reading and relaxing out there.
we loved our stay and enjoyed our time in the hilo area. the location is beautiful with a lovely yard and pool area. the 3 dogs are also a big plus and were loads of fun to have around. they were so accommodating and after forgetting something in our room they had it sent to our next destination(different island!) thanks so much for the great time
The place was wonderful! It was a large unit with comfy bed, good sized bathroom and a living room/ kitchen area. We had a private entrance.They were both very friendly, kind and gave us good advice on things to do. The nearby town had a nice choice of restaurants and the ones we went to were good. Great place to stay!
Raven and Mark are amazing hosts. They prepared a fantastic breakfast every morning, recommended a lot of travel things and even shared with us a yummy thanksgiving dinner! We enjoyed the ocean view in balcony, the sunrise in nearest beach and loved their two big cats. This stay is one of our best memory in big island.
The hosts (Susan and Andre) were very helpful. They sent not only detailed driving directions and instructions regarding the property but also information about nearby beaches, stores, restaurants etc. Moreover, they refunded the deposit for the non-refundable booking that we had to cancel in 2020 because of Covid 19.
Helpful staf that picked and dropped me in Pahoa. Pretty good wifi. I had to make a video call (which I usually don't do and hate) and it worked fine. Room was comfortable. The road is in bad condition but regular cars can definitely make it. Clean. Very remote. Again, I liked it, but maybe not for everyone.
Perfect setting, with beaches and a hot spring nearby. The apt. was very private and had a tropical style, with access to a lawn for outside dinning or star gazing. The hosts were fantastic, very helpful.
A nice house in the beautiful rainforest. We loved everything, especially the hot tub. The host was very kind and provided a ton of information regarding sights to visit and nearby events.
The location of this property is good. The setting is beautiful - it is essentially in the jungle and close to Pahoa town. The location is good for getting to Volcano National Park.
Location - privacy and feels the local vibe - Pahoa town