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Small-Group Big Island Tour: Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and Kona Coffee Farm

Small-Group Big Island Tour: Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and Kona Coffee Farm - Kona, Hawaii
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Duration: 12 hours
Location: Kona, Hawaii

From USD
$186.99

Journey to the Big Island's Hawaii Volcanoes National Park from Kona or Waikoloa on this exciting day trip, complete with your own personal iPad to use throughout your tour! See turtles basking on the black sand of Punaluu Beach and enjoy lunch from a local bakery and taste freshly brewed Kona coffee our last stop of the day is a variety of options at a local restaurant. This tour offers hiking through a native rain forest, feel hot steam from the volcano’s vent, see the craters in the newly reopened Hawaii Volcanoes National Park! Use your iPad to see stunning photos and videos and learn information about the sites you visit ... More info ›

Journey to the Big Island's Hawaii Volcanoes National Park from Kona or Waikoloa on this exciting day trip, complete with your own personal iPad to use throughout your tour! See turtles basking on the black sand of Punaluu Beach and enjoy lunch from a local bakery and taste freshly brewed Kona coffee our last stop of the day is a variety of options at a local restaurant. This tour offers hiking through a native rain forest, feel hot steam from the volcano’s vent, see the craters in the newly reopened Hawaii Volcanoes National Park! Use your iPad to see stunning photos and videos and learn information about the sites you visit. Plus, play games, listen to music and watch movies aboard your comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle.

This small-group tour is limited to 12 people, ensuring you'll receive personalized attention from your guide.

After pickup from your Waikoloa, Kohala or Kailua-Kona hotel in the morning (included in tour price), head south along the Big Island's coast by spacious, air-conditioned vehicle to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. On the way, you’ll stop to take a tour of a renowned Kona coffee farm and taste freshly brewed Kona coffee. You will have time to purchase some coffee to bring the taste of Hawaii back home with you.

Continue to a local sweetbread bakery and enjoy lunch in a garden setting with bakery fresh bread for your sandwich or a light salad. After lunch we head to Punalu’u Beach, where you’ll often see turtles basking on the black sand. Take an easy hike along the beach made from the active volcano with truly black sand.

Once inside Hawaii Volcanoes National Park (an UNESCO World Heritage Site), follow your guide on an optional hike where you’ll see sulphur banks and vents emitting hot steam. At Halema'uma'u Crater, you’ll get the unique chance to see into the heart of the active volcano where legend has it lives the Hawaiian volcano goddess Pele. From the cooler climate up on the volcanic mountain, we will then head down to a lower elevation for a dinner of local food choices like the famous loco moco and Kailua pork or something more familiar like a steak or chicken dinner in a popular restaurant. 

And don’t forget about your iPad! Throughout your journey, you can use your iPad to see high-definition photos and videos and learn background information on the sites you visit. While in the van, you are also welcome to play games, listen to music, watch movies and see videos about Hawaii.

Highlights: 

Kailua Kona historical sites
Kona coffee farm tour with coffee samples
Local bakery lunch stop
Black sand beach
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Visitor Center* 
Kilauea Iki Overlook*  
Kilauea Caldera Overlook*  
Hot Steam Vents*  
Dinner at popular local restaurant with menu options


*Hawaii Volcanoes National Park main sites are closed at this time due to volcanic eruptions. It is expected to partially reopen September 22nd, 2018

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Private Tour: Hawaii Island Adventure

Private Tour: Hawaii Island Adventure - Hawaii, Hawaii
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Duration: 8 to 12 hrs
Location: Hawaii, Hawaii

From USD
$225.00

Experience the best of the Big Island's natural beauty on a full-day private tour with an experienced guide. Explore Hawaii's active Kilauea volcano, lush tropical valleys, mystical waterfalls, and scenic coastlines with black sand beaches ... More info ›

Experience the best of the Big Island's natural beauty on a full-day private tour with an experienced guide. Explore Hawaii's active Kilauea volcano, lush tropical valleys, mystical waterfalls, and scenic coastlines with black sand beaches. Enjoy the flexibility to spend more time in locations that interest you most on this customizable adventure on the Island of Hawaii.

As a private tour, you may opt to customize the tour and spend more time at the places of your interest.  Perhaps you want to spend more time visiting the waterfalls, stepping your toes into the black sand, and feeling the heat of the volcano, we can make it happen!

Our classic circle island tour would include a morning pickup from your Hilo area hotel or the Hilo airport on the Big Island of Hawaii. Begin your day with a drive through historic downtown Hilo to Wailuku River State Park to view the majestic Rainbow Falls, well known for the early morning rainbow cast in the mist of the waterfall.

Continue north along the coastline to Akaka Falls State Park.  Enjoy a short walk winding through the lush rainforest with wild orchids, bamboo and ferns to Kahuna Falls and just around the bend, marvel at Akaka Falls, which tumbles 442 feet into a stream-carved gorge.

After seeing the waterfalls, hop back in your private car for a drive up the coast to the Waipio Valley lookout. Take in stunning views of the Waipio Valley's sheer 2,000-foot cliffs and stretches of black sand beach. The valley was sacred to Hawaiian royalty and featured in many Hawaiian legends.

Next get a good look at the ranches of paniolo country as you travel through Waimea and on to the South Kona coffee belt corridor. Stop for a refreshing break while tasting 100% pure Kona coffee and a take a guided tour of a locally owned and operated farm that has been in production since 1850.

Head south around the island, through the southernmost town in the United States and make a stop at Punalu'u black sand beach where you will find Hawaiian green sea turtles basking in the sun or feeding along the shoreline.

Culminate your day with a visit to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park with a visit to the active Kilauea volcano. Take a short walk through the rainforest, step inside a 500 year old lava tube and feel the heat from volcanic steam vents as you explore the wonders of one of the world's most active volcanoes.

Throughout your tour, hear informative commentary about the sights and history of Hawaii. Your guide provides snacks and bottled water, and recommends local restaurants where you can purchase a delicious lunch. At the end of your tour, your guide returns you to your hotel in Hilo.

2018 Volcano Update:
Due to the Kilauea eruption, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park has set a tentative date to reopen by September 22, 2018. Proposed tour itineraries are subject to change as public access is allowed. 

We are closely monitoring ongoing volcanic activity and your safety is our top priority. We only operate in areas deemed safe by the national park and local county government. Please understand that volcanic activity changes frequently and we reserve the right to adjust or cancel tours to ensure the safety of all our guests.

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Zodiac Raft and Snorkel Adventure

Zodiac Raft and Snorkel Adventure - Kona, Hawaii
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Kona, Hawaii

From USD
$115.00

Skim across the waves on an exciting Big Island Zodiac tour to Kealakekua Bay, site of the Captain Cook monument and Hawaii's finest marine sanctuary. Snorkel with a rainbow of tropical fish among beautiful coral gardens in the bay's clear, crystal waters ... More info ›

Skim across the waves on an exciting Big Island Zodiac tour to Kealakekua Bay, site of the Captain Cook monument and Hawaii's finest marine sanctuary. Snorkel with a rainbow of tropical fish among beautiful coral gardens in the bay's clear, crystal waters. Enjoy the delightful picnic snack provided before you head out again, exploring vast sea caves, lava tubes and the rugged beauty of the coastline.

Departing from Honokohau Marina located 3 miles (4.8km) north of Kailua-Kona, your captain will entertain you with Hawaiian folklore and Kona history as your Big Island Zodiac tour takes you along the scenic Kona coast. Keep a lookout for spinner dolphins, green sea turtles, manta rays, humpback whales (during the winter months) and other marine life that are often encountered on the expedition.

Explore lava tubes and sea caves as you travel the inaccessible shores with spectacular views of the remote coastline. Marvel at the incredible geology as your captain entertains you with narration and excites you with skillful driving in rafts used by the Navy seals and the U.S. Coast Guard. Snorkel among beautiful tropical fish living in the coral gardens (approx. 1.5 hours) before snacking on a tasty Hawaiian snack in the marine sanctuary. Learn about the geology of the island as you venture into sea caves and past lava tubes.

The Rigid Hull Inflatable Zodiac vessels used are 24 feet (7 meters) in length, powered by twin outboard motors to produce a quick moving and highly maneuverable ride. The rafts are perfect for exploring the shallow coves, sea caves and lava tubes located along this coastline. Each boat can hold up to 16 passengers.

Due to the bouncy nature of the ride, the Big Island Zodiac tour is not recommended for those with back or neck problems, or pregnant women. The Kona Coast has the calmest water and the fast-moving Zodiac is the least likely vessel to cause seasickness.

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Endangered Native Habitats

Endangered Native Habitats - Kona, Hawaii
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Duration: 12 hours
Location: Kona, Hawaii

From USD
$205.00

Get your binoculars ready for a small group adventure tour to Mauna Kea Forest Preserve for fantastic bird-watching opportunities. Visit both rainforest and dry forest habitats for a great introduction to Hawaii's wide variety of bird species, with guidance from an expert local guide and bird enthusiast.

Puu Oo Trail is a historic cattle drive route located at the 6,000 foot (1800 meters) level of Saddle Road on Mauna Loa's northeastern flank ... More info ›

Get your binoculars ready for a small group adventure tour to Mauna Kea Forest Preserve for fantastic bird-watching opportunities. Visit both rainforest and dry forest habitats for a great introduction to Hawaii's wide variety of bird species, with guidance from an expert local guide and bird enthusiast.

Puu Oo Trail is a historic cattle drive route located at the 6,000 foot (1800 meters) level of Saddle Road on Mauna Loa's northeastern flank. This is the windward side of the island and is often cloaked in misty clouds. It is enchanting to be serenaded by the forest birds as you cross three to four miles (5-6 km) of lava trail. At the Humuula hunter check-in station just off Saddle Road, you'll go into the Kaohe Game Management Area and four-wheel up to nearly 7,000 feet (2,100 meters) on the western side of Mauna Kea.

Some of the avifauna you may spot along the way are iiwi, apapane, amakihi, omao, elepaio, and the elusive akiapolaau, with its unique multipurpose beak. In the dryforest, the track leads to a locked gate that is the entrance to the Mauna Kea Forest Preserve. Here, you'll have the opportunity to disembark from the van and take in the spectacular views. Then get down to some serious bird watching on foot in the mamane-naio forest.

You'll particularly focus on sighting the critically threatened palila, which feeds almost entirely on the green pods of the mamane tree. There are two other endemics of note to be found here: the Hawaii amakihi, and the local species of the Hawaii elepaio (noted for the white feathering on its head).

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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and Big Island Highlights Small Group Tour

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and Big Island Highlights Small Group Tour - Hawaii, Hawaii
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Duration: 10 hours
Location: Hawaii, Hawaii

From USD
$166.67

See two of the world’s most active volcanoes, Kilauea and Mauna Loa, on a small group tour that features the natural wonders of the UNESCO-listed Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, including a walk along the crater rim and into the Thurston Lava Tube. If you select an afternoon departure, you can even view the red glow of the Halemaumau crater at dusk ... More info ›

See two of the world’s most active volcanoes, Kilauea and Mauna Loa, on a small group tour that features the natural wonders of the UNESCO-listed Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, including a walk along the crater rim and into the Thurston Lava Tube. If you select an afternoon departure, you can even view the red glow of the Halemaumau crater at dusk. In addition, visit the Liliuokalani Gardens in Hilo, Rainbow Falls and the Keaukaha coast. 

Please provide your sandwich option in the special requirements field at check out. Deli-style sandwich options include, ham, turkey, pastrami or veggie.

Start your day in Hilo with a look at the town’s highlights, including Liliuokalani Gardens. The Japanese-style botanical garden features a variety of tropical plants and fantastic views of Hilo Bay. Stroll along a black sand beach while looking for Hawaiian green sea turtles.

A few minutes from downtown Hilo, stop at Wailuku River State Park to see Rainbow Falls, an easily accessible 80-foot-tall (24-meter) waterfall that tumbles into a large pool encircled by lush vegetation and sparkling mist.

Next experience Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, one of the island’s star attractions and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Admire the immense Kilauea caldera and Halemaumau crater. Snap photos of volcanic steam vents and hike along the crater rim to look for recent volcanic activity in this ever-changing landscape. The timing of the afternoon tour allows you to visit Volcanoes National Park until sundown when you can see the red glow of lava at the active Halemaumau crater.

You also drive along Chain of Craters Road to view other volcanic formations. Stop for an easy walk through native rainforest to the Thurston Lava Tube, a 600-foot-long (183-meter) tube that was formed centuries ago by molten lava. Step into the spacious, illuminated tube to see it from the inside.

Throughout the day, you learn about the sights, history and geology of the Big Island from your guide's informative commentary.

2018 Volcano Update: 
Due to the Kilauea eruption, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park has set a tentative date to reopen by September 22, 2018.  Proposed tour itineraries are subject to change as public access is allowed. During the current closure of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park tour itineraries that include the national park have been modified to experience similar sights on the island. 

We are closely monitoring ongoing volcanic activity and your safety is our top priority. We only operate in areas deemed safe by the national park and local county government. Please understand that volcanic activity changes frequently and we reserve the right to adjust or cancel tours to ensure the safety of all our guests.

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Zodiac Raft and Snorkeling Expedition in Kealakekua Bay

Zodiac Raft and Snorkeling Expedition in Kealakekua Bay - Hawaii, Hawaii
Star Rating

Duration: Varies
Location: Hawaii, Hawaii

From USD
$115.00

Skim across the waves on an intimate journey to Kealakekua Bay, site of the Captain Cook monument and Hawaii's finest marine sanctuary. Snorkel with a rainbow of tropical fish among beautiful coral gardens in the bay's clear, crystal waters ... More info ›

Skim across the waves on an intimate journey to Kealakekua Bay, site of the Captain Cook monument and Hawaii's finest marine sanctuary. Snorkel with a rainbow of tropical fish among beautiful coral gardens in the bay's clear, crystal waters. Enjoy the delightful picnic snack provided before you head out again, exploring vast sea caves, lava tubes and the rugged beauty of the coastline.

The 16-passenger Zodiac craft provides you with a comfortable ride, as you hug the shore along the golden coast of Kona.

A fascinating narration of the Hawaiian folklore and history of the Kona Coast is told by your captain. Keep a look out for green sea turtles, manta rays and spinner dolphins along the way.

Snorkel with a rainbow of tropical fish among beautiful coral gardens in the bay's clear, crystal waters. Enjoy the delightful picnic snack provided before you head out again, exploring vast sea caves, lava tubes and the rugged beauty of the coastline.

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