Kilauea Volcano is by far one of the most amazing and dramatic visitor destinations in the world and the only active volcano currently erupting in Hawai’i. This very popular adventure begins early in the morning and includes continental breakfast and stops at Pu’uhonua O’Honaunau (Place of Refuge), Punalu’u (Black Sand Beach), and Ka’u Coffee Mill for a coffee tasting. The rest of the day is spent exploring the hidden treasures of Kilauea Volcano at Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park in the comfort of our full-sized, air-conditioned SUV and on foot and with your very own certified interpretive guide. A picnic style lunch is served in the park, during the adventure. This is one of the island’s most popular volcano tours and should not be missed.
Kilauea Volcano Tour Details
Tour departs daily at approximately 6:30 AM. (Pick up times depend on pick up locations).
This tour is offered daily beginning on September 22nd.
Includes: Lunch, snacks, water, beverages, binoculars, and rain jackets Hiking Level: Easy to Moderate
Being the leader in small group tour adventures here on Hawai’i Island, you don’t want to miss your chance to explore the volcano with us. Our tours are designed to get you there and back in comfort. This tour departs the Kona side of the island at 6:30 AM and we make our way South, stopping for a shoreline continental breakfast at Pu’uhonua O’Honaunau (Place of Refuge). After breakfast, we continue our journey South to the town of Na’alehu and a rest-stop at Punalu’u Bake Shop where you can sample one of Hawaii’s favorite pastries. Our next stop is at Punalu’u Beach (Black Sand Beach) to take a stroll on the beach and get glimpses of Honu (Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles) resting in the sun. Next, on our way to Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, we stop to sample award-winning coffee at the Ka’u Coffee Mill, the largest producer of coffee in the district. We arrive at the Volcanoes National Park just before noon and enjoy a picnic-style lunch before taking the afternoon to explore sites such as Kilauea Caldera and Halema’uma’u Crater, recently sculpted by Pele, Goddess of Fire, into a larger, more massive crater than we’ve ever seen. Hiking trails that lead to steam vents, craters, and fissures. Hear stories of the park’s history, it’s significance to the island and how it’s tied to Hawaii’s culture. After our day of exploration, we make our way home making a final stop at Rainbow Falls, near Hilo before continuing back to the hotels. This is the volcano experience you’ve been looking for. We offer small groups, comfortable transportation, and lots of fun. Give us a call today.