13-809 Kamaili Rd, Pahoa, HI 96778
19.438056 and -154.921667
Sometimes GPS is off by a driveway or two. Our driveway has a 40 foot shipping container on the right, as soon as you turn into the driveway... can't miss it! We are located 6 miles from Pahoa in the Puna District of the Big Island of Hawaii and rest on the side of the Kilauea Volcano.
Directions From Hilo (ITO)
- Take Highway 11 south heading towards the town of Volcano.
- Go about ten or eleven miles on Highway 11 and just before the town of Keaau.
- You will turn left at the light on to Highway 130 towards Pahoa and Kalapana.
- Go another ten plus miles and you will see the first turnoff to the town of Pahoa on your right. Stay on the bypass, which is still Highway 130, and you will go around Pahoa.
- When you reach the other side of Pahoa you go straight through the stoplight towards Kalapana.
- In about 2.5 miles you will see a green “Scenic point” sign on the right followed by a small green 15 mile marker sign, followed by a green sign on the right that says “Opihikao”. Turn left here. (At night the turn is marked by a lone street lamp).
- Go down hill for two miles and you will see our driveway on the right marked by a sign that reads "Elvira."
- Come straight down the drive and our house is the tall house on the left!
Some Notes: If you want to shop before you arrive then there is conventional grocery store at the first entrance to Pahoa on the right. Our recommendation is our natural foods store in the heart of Pahoa called “Island Naturals”. If you turn right off the first entrance to the town of Pahoa you will eventually see the Island Naturals sign on your left. If you wish to eat out in Pahoa the Thai restaurant called Ning’s is the best in town. You can continue through Pahoa the same direction you came in you will hit Highway 130 again at the next stoplight. Turn right at the traffic light and continue from step 6 above.
Directions From Kona (KOA)
The fastest way here is over the newly improved Saddle Road, however at night you could run into a little fog. The northern route takes you through Waimea and scenic drive along the coast. The southern route takes you by the turtles at Punalu’u Black Sand Beach and on up by the Volcano National Park. Which way you choose depends on how much time you have and what you might want to see along the way.