We'll be visiting the island of Hawaii in mid-late May, and we're staying in Captain Cook in coffee country up the mountain at about 1500' elevation. We're concerned about higher than normal VOG levels there, as we're traveling with our almost 5-year old daughter.
I'm sure VOG levels and areas affected can change day-to-day, and we'll continue to check online, but should we consider staying elsewhere on the island? We had hoped to do lots of exploring and driving all over the island, with our home-base being in Captain Cook.
Should we consider cancelling our reservation and staying somewhere else instead of in Captain Cook? Our place has no air conditioning if that makes a difference, but we had hoped to spend most of our time there outside anyway. We were really excited about our accomodations.
Mahalo in advance for any advice!