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Kilauea Volcano and Sunset Lava Walk
"Experience the most Kilauea Volcano has to offer! Explore the Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park with an intimate size group and then travel down to the Puna Coast to view what the lava has done on the active side of Kilauea Volcano. Once you arrive at the an experienced guide will lead you on short leisurely hikes through lush rainforests alive with native birds incredible foliage and a “walk through” lava tube. Explore hidden overlooks off the beaten path and witness the explosive power of Halema’uma’u Crater.You will then travel down to the “Red Road” in the Puna district where the scenery is amazing a which has forever been changed by the lava flows in the early 1990’s. Taking the road less traveled you will witness firsthand the creation and devastation the lava has brought to this area over the last 50 years – villages destroyed and new land created. Depending on the volcanic activity at the time of the tour we will try to locate “flow or glow” either at the coast or with a trip up to Halema’uma’u Crater. Experience the unique sights that most travelers never see on their own or with other tour companies!Throughout the tour your guide will share with""
From $176.00
 
Hawaii Big Island Circle Small Group Tour: Waterfalls - Hilo - Volcano - Black Sand Beach
"Circle the Island along the Mamalahoa Highway that follows a natural path around the biggest Hawaiian Island. During this full day tour you will cover almost 250 miles and visit the two biggest cities on the island Hilo and Kailua-Kona and explore all the big highlights that the island has to offer. Your local guide will take you along this incredible fully narrated journey across 7 different climate zones and around the tallest Hawaiian mountain and the most massive active volcano in the world. You will also visit Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and Kilauea the youngest volcano on the island that has been erupting continuously for more than 30 years. Even though it is very unlikely that you will actually see lava erupting (mostly due to safety restrictions – please see heli tours for access to restricted ar culture religion
From $186.00
 
Hilo Hot Steam Volcano Tour: Waterfalls - Big Island Candies - Black Sand
"Learn about the amazing history of Hilo and the devastating tsunamis that hit this old town. Travel along the Hilo bay area with local boutiques a well-known farmers market place the famous Big Island Candies factory shop to a popular volcanic black sand beach. Climb through several climate zones and native rainforest to the summit of the active Kilauea volcano inside Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Explore the fascinating flora and geology of this protected treas who will give you a detailed tour of the must-see highlights including a stop at the hot steam vents where you will be able to feel the heat coming from the magma reservoir deep inside the active volcano.Itinerary:Rainbow Falls WaterfallC""The Small-Group Hilo Hot Steam Volcano Tour is the one of the best and easiest ways to explore the highlights of Hilo and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park together with a knowledgeable interpretive guide.
From $155.00

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Kilauea Iki Crater Trail

This is a short hike that brings you to the bottom of the Kilauea Iki Crater. You will descent via stairs (ccw) or path in to the crater (cw). This depends which way round you go. At the bottom follow the stone men to the other side.
It is a strange feeling when you walk trough a crater that was in 1959 one big fire pot. Knowing that below you feet there still is liquid earth and watching the fume rise from the cracks.
It took us approx. 2-2,5 hours to get round. Do bring water because the sun can be very warm in the crater, but also bring a good raincoat. It rains a lot in the park. In the crater you are in the open so an umbrella is of no use unless you want to fly like Mary Poppins.

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