Visit one of the youngest and most active volcanoes on our planet: see the Earth be created right before your eyes! See attractions like the Punaluu Black Sand Beach and the Jaggar Museum and just enjoy the view over Kealakekua Bay on this tour.
What to Expect
This day trip takes you to the youngest and most active volcanoes on the planet. There, you'll have the opportunity to see the elemental stages of Earth's history, such as the creation and destruction of the ground. Experience the creation of Kilauea, pass through a recently frozen lake of lava, and learn the difference between Pahoehoe and A'a. The breathtaking natural environment will enchant you - it's like a real-life version of Dante's Inferno.
Sulphurous smoke rises from the ground; glowing lava spouts out from Kilauea and streams into the nearby Pacific, where it hisses, fumes, and congeals into rock. In the background, the snow-topped peak of Mauna Kea looms in the crystal-clear blue sky. The Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, home of the Hawaiian goddess Pele, is doubtlessly one of the most mythical and impressive places anywhere on earth.
The tour includes:
• Kealakekua Bay Overlook
• Ride through coffee plantations
• Naalehu, and the southernmost bakery in the US
• Punaluu Black Sand Beach, where, with a bit of luck, you might see some honus
• Short hike around the edge of the Kilauea Crater and the Sulfur Banks
• Optional hike around Kilauea Iki, a frozen lake of lava
• Visit to a lava tube
• Chain of Craters Road
• Holei Sea Arch
• Kilauea by night
• Volcano Village (Dinner not included)
• Ride back to your accommodation in Kailua-Kona
In Hawaii, it's possible to see the Earth being created right before your eyes. Step onto this primordial island and explore the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
- Door-to-door service; you'll be picked up and returned to your lodgings in Kailua-Kona
- Plenty of water and a small snack
- Entrance fees
What's Not Included
- Pick-up service at lodgings outside Kailua-Kona
Cancel up to 1 day in advance for a full refund
Know Before You Go
The trip begins at 10:00 in Kailua-Kona, goes through Ka'u in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, and lasts about 12 hours.