Only In Hawaii Can You Spend The Night Next To An Active Volcano

The Hawaiian Islands welcome approximately 8 million tourists annually – and as a result, there are obviously countless lodging options available to anyone visiting the islands for the first time, or even those taking a vacation from a neighboring island. From rustic cabins and remote campgrounds to idyllic cottages, bed and breakfasts, and luxury resorts, the lodging options are endless – and unique in their own right. Found just miles from an active volcano on Hawaii Island, this enchanting vacation rental just might be the most unique place to stay in Hawaii.

Who’s ready for a positively enchanting volcanic getaway? For more information on Phoenix House, or to book your stay, check out the Airbnb listing here.

More into tropical rainforest than volcanic landscape? Check out this epic treehouse just minutes from Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.