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Big Island Grand Circle Island Tour

Big Island Grand Circle Island Tour - Kona, Hawaii
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Duration: 11 hours 30 minutes
Location: Kona, Hawaii

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$122.95

Take a relaxing, scenic excursion around the Big Island of Hawaii where you’ll experience the most historic, scenic and cultural highlights of Hawaii’s youngest island.  Round-trip transportation from your Kona hotel is included.

Recent and record-breaking volcanic eruptions have made international headlines. The pause in early August 2018 in earthquakes and collapse-explosion events at the summit of Kīlauea brings new hope that the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park will be reopened soon and we will once again be able to bring guests into the Park. 

The latest itinerary for this tour includes a visit to Royal Kona Coffee’s headquarters, Punalu‘u black sand beach and lunch at the newly renovated Queen’s Court Restaurant in the historic Hilo Hawaiian Hotel with views of Hilo Bay and Mauna Kea. After lunch it’s onto Big Island Candy Company, the home for exquisite chocolate and mac nut treats and then a stop at not one, but two waterfalls – Rainbow and Akaka Falls! On the way back to Kona, stop at Hamakua Macadamia Nut to see macadamia nuts roasted to perfection.

  • Royal Kona Coffee Mill & Museum
  • Mauna Loa Volcano (seen in the distance)
  • Punalu‘u Black Sand Beach
  • Hawaii Volcanoes National Park (drive-by)
  • Lili‘uokalani Botanical Garden (drive-by)
  • Lunch at Hilo Hawaiian Hotel (on own)
  • Big Island Candy Company
  • Rainbow Falls
  • Akaka Falls
  • Hamakua Macadamia Nut

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Take a relaxing, scenic excursion around the Big Island of Hawaii where you’ll experience the most historic, scenic and cultural highlights of Hawaii’s youngest island.  Round-trip transportation from your Kona hotel is included.

Recent and record-breaking volcanic eruptions have made international headlines. The pause in early August 2018 in earthquakes and collapse-explosion events at the summit of Kīlauea brings new hope that the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park will be reopened soon and we will once again be able to bring guests into the Park. 

The latest itinerary for this tour includes a visit to Royal Kona Coffee’s headquarters, Punalu‘u black sand beach and lunch at the newly renovated Queen’s Court Restaurant in the historic Hilo Hawaiian Hotel with views of Hilo Bay and Mauna Kea. After lunch it’s onto Big Island Candy Company, the home for exquisite chocolate and mac nut treats and then a stop at not one, but two waterfalls – Rainbow and Akaka Falls! On the way back to Kona, stop at Hamakua Macadamia Nut to see macadamia nuts roasted to perfection.

  • Royal Kona Coffee Mill & Museum
  • Mauna Loa Volcano (seen in the distance)
  • Punalu‘u Black Sand Beach
  • Hawaii Volcanoes National Park (drive-by)
  • Lili‘uokalani Botanical Garden (drive-by)
  • Lunch at Hilo Hawaiian Hotel (on own)
  • Big Island Candy Company
  • Rainbow Falls
  • Akaka Falls
  • Hamakua Macadamia Nut

Special Offer - Book and save 20% compared to the local supplier's prices! - Book Now!

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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

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$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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Hauntings of the Night Marchers Walking Tour

Hauntings of the Night Marchers Walking Tour - Hawaii, United States

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Location: Hawaii, United States

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$37.50

Travelers who are intrigued about the unknown and its possibilities based on legends and stories as told by locals will have fun on this guided walk. This walking tour is a journey of learning about the Night Marchers ... More info ›

Travelers who are intrigued about the unknown and its possibilities based on legends and stories as told by locals will have fun on this guided walk. This walking tour is a journey of learning about the Night Marchers. Who are they? Where are they going? Are the Night Marchers really about apparitions that wander the ancient roads of the Hawaiian Islands?

Your guided walking tour begins with a mele (song) of Waikīkī to establish a sense of place that is unique to Hawai'i. On your journey you will stop at several sites that are historically significant such as the Sacred Stones. Your cultural guide will unfold the path of the Night Marchers through historical facts, documented legends and stories as told and even experienced by locals. The path begins along the shores of Waikīkī with the storytelling of unfulfilled glory, lost souls and Hawaiian mysticism. Unknowingly, you will find yourself in the uplands of Waikīkī in Kapi'olani Park and perhaps unaware that the sun has set and the stage of twilight is set for the Night Marchers.
Your guide will bring to life the legends of the famed Night Marchers. Hear the stories of Kamehameha’s great conquest of O'ahu which began with his fleet of canoes landing on the beaches of Waikīkī. Learn about the gathering of large armies of warriors by Kamehameha to attempt the invasion of Kaua'i. Kamehameha failed not once, but twice to complete his quest of Kaua'i. As the evening approaches, learn of the ancient heiau (sacred site) situated on Diamond Head. Visualize the approximate paths the Night Marchers have taken on their futile journey time after time for hundreds of years.
The guided walk is about half a mile.

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Kilauea Volcano and Waterfall Adventure

Kilauea Volcano and Waterfall Adventure - Hawaii, United States
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Hawaii, United States

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$139.00

Small group adventure of Hilo, Hawaii from scenic drives, waterfalls, macadamia nut farm, orchid gardens to Kilauea Volcano (the most active volcano on earth).

Take a stroll through banyan drive on your way to Liliuokalani gardens for a brief stop to take in the beautiful sites and wonderful photo opportunities. You will drive through downtown Hilo to learn the history from the once booming sugar industry to our destructive tsunamis that changed Hilo town forever ... More info ›

Small group adventure of Hilo, Hawaii from scenic drives, waterfalls, macadamia nut farm, orchid gardens to Kilauea Volcano (the most active volcano on earth).

Take a stroll through banyan drive on your way to Liliuokalani gardens for a brief stop to take in the beautiful sites and wonderful photo opportunities. You will drive through downtown Hilo to learn the history from the once booming sugar industry to our destructive tsunamis that changed Hilo town forever.
Rainbow Falls is next stop on your agenda with amazing views that you'll get to experience from a few different angles.
Mauna Loa Macadamia nut orchard and visitor center is your next stop where you get to indulge yourself in 12 different flavors of macadamia nuts from Maui onion and garlic to everyone's favorite chocolate covered! You'll be able to purchase lunch here if you wish. You'll be offered sandwich combos for $6.00 and don't forget the macadamia nut ice cream with 5 flavors to choose from including coconut and mango.
Next stop, you'll go to Akatsuka orchid gardens which offers some amazing sights of the big islands biggest exported flowers. A fun fact, Hawaii Islands nickname is "The Orchid Isle."
And finally, you'll go to the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Take a walk through a rainforest on your way to Thurstons lava tube for a hike beneath Kilauea. You'll be able to feel the heat from beneath at the steam vents alongside the caldera. Jaggar museum is located on the rim of Kilauea caldera overlooking Halemaumau Crater.

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Big Island Zipline Tour and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park from Hilo or Kona

Big Island Zipline Tour and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park from Hilo or Kona - Hilo, Hawaii
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Duration: 14 hours
Location: Hilo, Hawaii

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$379.16

Take your need for speed to new heights on this thrilling zipline and Volcano adventure. Includes lunch and BBQ Dinner at Volcano Winery.

Take your need for speed to new heights on this thrilling zipline and Volcano adventure ... More info ›

Take your need for speed to new heights on this thrilling zipline and Volcano adventure. Includes lunch and BBQ Dinner at Volcano Winery.

Take your need for speed to new heights on this thrilling zipline and Volcano adventure. Enjoy a relaxing drive through Saddle Road with views of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa on your way to quaint Hilo town where you’ll drive along the historic waterfront before arriving at the zipline check in location. Covering nearly two miles of gorgeous tropical river gorges, our 8-line zip course is fun for the whole family. View multiple different waterfalls while soaring over 160 feet above them. Our certified staff will guide you over one of the longest lines on Hawaii Island at more than 2,400 feet in length! Ride the only all side-by-side dual-track zipline on Hawaii Island with a deli-style lunch included during the zip. Next, you head out to explore Hawai`i Island. Turning off the highway and onto the 4 mile Onomea Scenic Route for some of the very best scenery in Hawaii. The drive is punctuated with waterfalls, springs, streams and stunning tropical gardens. The adventure continues at Akaka Falls State Park, the site of the largest easily accessible waterfall on the island. You’ll traverse a paved walking path right through the center of a lush rainforest to Akaka Falls, a stunning 442 foot waterfall that plunges down a sheer cliff and into the water below. Head back down the Hamakua Coast before arriving at Rainbow Falls. This iconic waterfall features an 80 foot tall twin waterfall system. Look for the rainbow effect that gives the waterfall its name!   Explore Kaumana Caves, part of the lava tube system that brought lava 1.5 miles from Hilo-town in 1881. Take a peek inside the dramatic cathedral-like space, and then it’s on to the famous Volcano Winery, the southernmost winery in the United States. You’ll sample up to eight different types of wines, varying from sweet to dry, and all with a unique Hawaiian flare. The Volcano Winery also has estate grown teas to taste and soft drinks and water are also included. After sampling beverages, you’ll enjoy a hearty Hawaiian-style BBQ lunch with a complimentary glass of your choice of Volcano Winery wine or other beverage. Complete the day viewing the glow and activity from the current volcanic eruption if it’s available from a safe distance before returning.

 

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Kona Tour: Coffee Plantation, Kealakekua Bay, Kaloko-Honokohau Park, and Bee Farm

Kona Tour: Coffee Plantation, Kealakekua Bay, Kaloko-Honokohau Park, and Bee Farm - Hawaii, Hawaii
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Duration: 7 hours
Location: Hawaii, Hawaii

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$123.96

Discover the history, beauty and culture of the Big Island on this 6.5-hour tour of the Kona coast. See sacred Hawaiian temples and ancient petroglyphs at Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park, and walk to Honokohau Beach to spot native wildlife ... More info ›

Discover the history, beauty and culture of the Big Island on this 6.5-hour tour of the Kona coast. See sacred Hawaiian temples and ancient petroglyphs at Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park, and walk to Honokohau Beach to spot native wildlife. Admire scenic views of Kealakekua Bay, and go on a walking tour of Pu’uhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park, considered a sacred site. You’ll also visit a bee farm and coffee plantation for tastings at both, plus lunch. Numbers are limited to 12 to ensure you enjoy a small-group experience.

Start your day tour with pickup from Kona and Kohala hotels, and then head to Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park, where you'll follow your guide on a short hike along a nature trail to sacred Hawaiian temples and ancient petroglyphs left by the area’s original inhabitants. At the end of trail, come upon Honokohau Beach, abundant with local wildlife like green sea turtles, native birds and perhaps even a Hawaiian monk seal — one of only two mammals native to the Hawaiian Islands.



Hop back in the minivan for the drive through downtown Kona, where you can glimpse historical landmarks such as Hulihee Palace and Mokuaikaua Church, the oldest Christian church in the Hawaiian Islands. En route to South Kona, admire the unveiling of the Big Island’s jagged coastline. A scenic road takes you to Kealakekua Bay, where Captain James Cook landed in 1778 during a festival dedicated to Lono, the fertility god.

Make your next stop at Big Island Bees, a farm that has produced raw and organic honey since 1972. Join the beekeeper for a lively, educational exploration of bees, beekeeping and honey that includes an open beehive demonstration that you'll watch from a safe, screened viewing area. Sample raw, single-flower, organic honey while you check out the museum’s tools, photographs and displays to learn about the history of beekeeping and honey production.

After catching another look at pristine Kealakekua Bay, follow your guide on a narrated walking tour through Pu’uhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park. Explore the ancient royal grounds, and learn about the sanctuary of Pu’uhonua, a place of refuge for Hawaiians who broke sacred laws called kapu.


Finally, experience one of the Big Island's absolute must-dos — a tour of a Kona coffee farm. Discover thriving coffee orchards, and learn about the meticulous harvesting process from local coffee farmers. Then explore the coffee mills to see how the beans are processed, and sip a freshly brewed cup to experience the rich aroma and flavorful taste that distinguish Kona coffee from other varieties. Finish your tour with lunch at the coffee farm before you’re dropped off at your hotel in the afternoon.

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