Big Island Volcano Adventure
See Volcanoes, Waterfalls, Chain Of Craters Road And So Much More
Tour the chain’s newest, biggest island and learn about the hot-spot phenomenon creating these rocky volcanic islands in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. Listen to the legends of the ʻāina, land, while you wind your way up to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Embark on your own exploration of the must-see crater, steam vents, and lava fields. Brush up on your volcanology at the Kilauea Visitors Center and get thrilling crater views. Drive down the scenic Chain of Craters road too.
Hawaii Volcano National Park
Kilauea Visitors Center *
Halemaʻumaʻu Crater *
Steam Vents *
Volcano House *(breakfast on your own)
Various Overlooks/Viewing points *
Other Park Sites (Devastation Trail; Chain of Craters Road) **
Big Island Candies Factory or Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut Factory (snacks option)
Liliuokalani Gardens or Imiloa Sky Garden *
Rainbow Falls State Park *
Akaka Falls **
* Stop Indicated – ** Not Guaranteed
Beyond all things volcanic, this tour includes a cross-section of the Big Island best things to do and see. Have your breath taken away by cascading waterfalls such as Rainbow Falls creates colorful mists as water cascades down an 80-foot drop into the pond below. Then visit Richardsonʻs where you can’t help but sink your feet into the rare black sand beach. It’s dark granules are a result of black lava rock breaking down into sand. Features like these remind us that the islands are unlike most others.
A snack stop at famed Big Island classics like Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut Factory is a classic when visiting the Big Island – world-renowned for mouth-wateringly-delicious Mac nuts, and other signature treats.
Unwind while on a relaxing stroll through a curated tropical garden will indulge your senses. Packing the perfect balance of relaxation and stimulation into the day, this Big Island trip maximizes your visit, bringing you straight to the best of the best on Hawaii Island.
Enjoy a full day of exploration from mauka to makai, the mountains to the sea. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is a one-of-a-kind gem when it comes to nature reserves. As you make your way to the formerly fiery heart of the volcano, let your guide enthrall you with the tales of the ancient Hawaiian gods and goddesses, including Pele, the goddess of the Volcano. At the site, tour Volcano House’s dramatic views of Halema’uma’u Crater, take a look around the Kilauea Visitors Center and become an expert in volcanology. The steam vents add to the eerie allure of this unusual geological phenom. Take a look around at the extensive panorama that lends itself to a complete comprehension of the vastness of the lava fields and resulting volcanic geography.
Your tour also takes you to see the epic 442ʻ foot waterfall at Akaka State Park when time allows.
|ChildrenAges 11 and under||$575.00|
|ChildrenAges 11 and under||$575.00|
Tours Starting On Maui
(includes inter-island airfare. Drive yourself to the Kahului and pay $15 / day parking fee. Choose the airport transportation add-on for hotel pickup. )
Pickup In Waikiki On Island Of Oahu or In Maui from Kahului Airport
(Interisland Flights Included on these tours)
Guests are given time for breakfast & lunch options in picturesque settings.
A brief stop at Big Island Candies Factory or Mauna Loa Nut Factory provides another opportunity to purchase tasty treats.
There are cancellation and change fees on tours that include interisland flights. Tours originating in Hilo can be refunded minus a fee 72-hours prior to the start time. There are no refunds for cancellations within 72-hours or no-shows.
In this noteworthy national park you will have unbeatable crater views, witness the volcanic Steam Vents, Thurston Lava Tube, many craters to explore, and tour the Kilauea Visitor Center and Volcano House.
Pause at the famous Rainbow Falls as color fills the mist around the twin cascading waterfalls. Akaka Falls is another famed powerful wonder of water.
Waves wash over your feet as you walk along the unusual sands of this beach. Lava rock broken down into smaller sand granules, this rare gem of coastline is fascinating.