Kilauea Lodge and Restaurant

Kilauea Lodge and Restaurant Sign

Our Deluxe Volcano Tour is a great way to see the volcano and on Wednesday and Sunday nights you can enjoy dinner at the Kilauea Lodge Restaurant which is a 2 minute drive from Hawaii National Volcanoes Park.


Palapalai ferns reaching for every available patch of sunlight. Chartreuse-colored ‘Amakihi birds flitting from one tree to the next. Lush, oxygen-heavy air clearing your mind by the lungful. At Kilauea Lodge, you’re just outside Volcanoes National Park and likely to feel like you’re in another world entirely.

At the foot of Mount Kilauea, Hawai’i’s youngest and most active volcano, your daily schedule practically overflows with possibilities. You can peer into a volcanic crater from a trail around its rim. Or hike through cavernous lava tubes. Or feel tiny green crystals slip between your toes on one of the world’s only green sand beaches. And when you’re ready to call it a day, the plush bathrobes, garden-ringed hot tub and award-winning restaurant at Kilauea Lodge will be ready to help you relax, recharge and refuel. Because we know that the Big Island’s natural beauty is best enjoyed with a full stomach and an unflappable frame of mind.



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