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Small-Group Big Island Tour: Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and Kona Coffee Farm
"After pickup from your Waikoloa or Kona hotel in the morning head south along the Big Island's coast by comfortable air-conditioned vehicle to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. On the way you’ll stop to take a tour of a Kona coffee farm and taste freshly brewed Kona coffee. Enjoy a light snack here and feel free to purchase some coffee to bring the taste of Hawaii back home with you. Continue to Punalu’u Beach Park where you’ll see turtles basking on the black sand. Enjoy a picnic lunch and then take an easy hike along the beach. Follow your guide on a hike through a lava tube where you’ll see sulphur banks and vents emitting hot steam. At Halemaumau Crater you’ll get the unique chance to see a glowing lava lake at night. It tends to get cold up there
From $187.00
 
"Big Island in One Day: Volcanoes
and History Small Group Tour""Big Island in One Day: Volcanoes Waterfalls Sightseeing and History Small Group Tour""This full-day nature tour kicks off when you are picked up directly from any of the Kona or Kohala resorts and hotels
From $172.00
 
Small Group Tour: Deluxe Volcano Experience with Restaurant Dinner
"Drive over to Saddle Road in a brand-new Mercedes van between the largest volcanoes in the world (Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa) and make a brief stop at Mauna Kea State Park for a catered light lunch. From there we'll travel across the Saddle to Hilo where we will visit Rainbow Falls and the King Kamehameha Statue. Our next stop is at Big Island Candies for smoothies ice cream and free samples of their famous cookies. Then we’ll head directly to one of the world’s most-active volcanoes; Kilauea at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.At Kilauea National Park Kailani’s guides will show off the amazing landscapes including: Steam Vents
From $205.00

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Hike the Kipukapuaulu Trail

The Kipukapuaulu Trail is a short, but little visited, trail just off Mauna Loa Road. Because it is little visited, this well-forested area is one of the best places to find some of Hawaii’s endemic...
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KA'U DESERT

The large devastated region dropping off of Kilauea's southwestern rim is the wastelands of the Ka'u Desert. The desert is bordered on the east side, roughly, by the Hilina Pali Road. From that road's...
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KIPUKA PUNAULU and MAUNA LOA

Kipuka is an island of vegetation surrounded by lava flows. Just off HI 11 and the NW side of Kilauea crater, up the Mauna Loa Strip Road, is Kipuka Punaulu. In this native forest, you can hear and...
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NENE GEESE

The Nene is Hawaii's state bird. Here in the Park, the Nene has its main remaining sanctuary. You will see warning signs along the Park roads warning you to look out for them, though the birds can be...
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Tree Fern Rain Forest

Along a portion of the crater rim drive, co-existing with the Thurston Lava Tube, is a beautiful tree fern rain forest that you should take a moment to appreciate.The dense tree fern rain forest...
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