Rent Your Vacation Home or Condo in Volcano, Hawaii

Positive vacation rental trends in Volcano, Hawaii when you considering renting out your Volcano home as a short-term vacation rental. Many visitors to Volcano choose to rent their Volcano home as a way to save money on lodging costs and also enjoy accommodations that are private and more spacious than typical hotel rooms or condo rentals. Vacation rental availability in Volcano is fairly limited, so if you want to take advantage of this trend, you’ll need to act soon. If you plan ahead and make the right connections, you can find plenty of properties available for rent. When you rent out your Volcano home as a short-term vacation rental, it can be a great opportunity for visitors to get a taste of the local culture, explore popular local attractions and see parts of the island that might not otherwise be accessible. It’s also a great way to generate extra income while spending some quality time with family and friends.

When partnering with RedAwning for your property management needs, we can make sure your Volcano rental is set up correctly and ready to generate the most amount of revenue possible per stay.

Current Vacation Rental Trends in Volcano

During the month of November, Volcano is projected to generate over $210/night for a 2 bedroom vacation rental, on average! There were 316 vacation active rental properties in Volcano.  238 are renting the entire place, and 78 are shared rooms.  On average, during the month of November 2023, each vacation rental property in Volcano is booked 75% of the time, and most hosts are projected to generate $3,806 or more during the month of November! See how much you could earn with our free vacation rental income calculator.

$210.00 Per Night*


75% Occupied*


$3,806.00 Per Month*

* Based on the median average of all vacation rentals in the Volcano area.
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Featured Volcano Vacation Rental Generating Record Profits With RedAwning

Halehikiola Starting at $339 to $510 per night!

Aloha, we invite you to stay at our “house of new dawns.” Halehikiola was named for the refreshing way it evokes the Hawaiian value of Ka la hiki ola each morning as the house fills with light. As “the dawning of a new day,” Ka la hiki ola is the value of promise, optimism, and new beginnings—it invokes our sense of hope. The quiet street we are on, Alaula, is named for another way the Hawaiian language refers to both the light of early dawn, and to the day-glow of sunset before twilight... Read More

This Volcano vacation home is presented on every travel website, where travelers are looking to book accommodations (Airbnb, VRBO, Expedia, Google Travel, and hundreds more). And, with RedAwning's dynamic pricing, daily rates are adjusted based on seasonality and demand in Volcano.

Successful short-term vacation rentals in Volcano, Hawaii

Positive vacation rental trends in Volcano, Hawaii include: 1. Hotels are filling up fast. Book your Volcano vacation rental before the prices go up! Across Hawaii, from Kona on the Big Island to Hilo on the Big Island, and from Waikiki to Lahaina on Maui, hotel occupancy rates are rising. And it’s not just because of tourists; with fewer people living below the poverty line, there’s less demand for rooms in shelters and more demand for higher quality accommodations that offer privacy and comfort. With other factors such as a stronger US dollar and increased interest rates in the U.S., it’s even more important to book your Volcano vacation rental while you can.

Volcano is a small community on the Big Island of Hawaii that has long been a popular tourist destination. And with good reason: it’s one of the best places to see lava flow, and also offers some of the state’s best hiking trails. There are a few things to keep in mind when deciding whether to rent out your Volcano home as a short-term rental. First, the community is small. There are only about 5,000 people living there, so you’re unlikely to find anyone who will be offended by your home being rented out while they’re out of town. Second, it’s very hot and humid year-round, so you should think carefully before deciding to rent out your Volcano home during the summer months.

RedAwning takes the guess-work out of Volcano property management, and we work with you to ensure your Volcano short-term rental is set up perfectly to attract guests and maximize your rental revenue, from day-one.

See how much your Volcano vacation rental could earn:

Revenue Projections for Vacation Rentals in Volcano, Hawaii during December, 2023

Based on a 2 bedroom, which is the most common Volcano vacation rental home size, we've come up with an estimated rental amount you could charge per night and how much demand there is for each day in December. Higher bars below can command higher prices, if your Volcano vacation rental is available during these days.

Average Daily Price & Percent Occupied Next Month In Volcano

Note: These averages are based on a 2 bedroom home in Volcano. If you'd like to find out how much revenue your home could make by providing the number of bedrooms and specifics about your vacation rental, please try our  free vacation rental calculator and/or speak with one of our vacation rental experts about your vacation home, condo or unique vacation rental experience.

Interested in learning how you can maximize your vacation rental revenue in Volcano, Hawaii?

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