For your next trip to Hawaii, why not skip the beach resort and stay someplace a little different? The Phoenix House in Hawaii fits the bill if you are looking for something unusual. This 41 square meter home is located at the base of the largest active volcano in the world. Yes, you read that right. This unique home puts you right in the middle of the action.
If you are looking for some excitement, you can head just four miles away to view the active volcano. A steady flow of lava drops into the ocean. Nearly one tonne of lava flows into the water each minute.
Located at the base of Mauna Loa volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii, the Phoenix Volcano home is truly one-of-a-kind. Powered by solar energy, this home operates entirely off-the-grid. It is a unique example of sustainability set right in the midst of ashes. Water is sourced from rainfall and produced on-demand by a propane water heater. Electricity and Wifi are both generated from solar energy.
The Phoenix Volcano House offers all of the latest amenities needed for a comfortable stay, including Wi-Fi. There is a decent size living room with a sofa and small desk. A kitchenette offers everything needed to prepare meals. There is a bathroom with a shower, sink and toilet. A wooden ladder provides access to the bedroom area that is located in the loft right above the living room. It sleeps, two people. If the active volcano doesn’t scare you off, you can rent this unique vacation home on Airbnb.