- Richardson Blacksand Beach
- Historic Banyan Drive
- Queen Liliuokalani Gardens
- Hilo Bay
- Wailuku River State Park
- Rainbow Falls State Park
- Mauna Loa Macademia Nut Factory
- Akatsuka Orchid Nursery
- Volcanoes National Park
- Thurston Lava Tube
- Volcanic Steam Vents
- Thomas A. Jaggar Museum
- Kilauea Crater Overlook
- Mount Kilauea
- $419 – Adult
- $409 – Senior
- $399 – Child
- Richardson Blacksand Beach – is the only beach in the Hilo area with black sand
- Historic Banyan Drive – Banyan trees bear the names of famous people who planted them. Famous names include President Theodore Roosevelt, Babe Ruth, Richard Nixon to name a few. Still thrive along Banyan Drive, having grown into a thick canopy, makes it popular for walking and driving.
- Liliuokalani Gardens. The park’s site was given by Queen Liliʻuokalani, and lies southeast of downtown Hilo, on the Waiakea Peninsula in Hilo Bay Rainbow Falls – most beautiful waterfall with never ending rainbow.
- Hilo Bay
- Wailuku River State Park – Tale of Hina comes to alive
- Rainbow Falls State Park. Waterfall known for it’s never ending rainbows.
Taste and smell the Big Island :
- Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut Factory for nut tasting, visitors center has self-guided tour of the processing plant and large gift shop with free samples of every flavour variation sold by the company.
- Akatsuka Orchid Nursery, Hilo Is the orchid capital of the world, Akatsuka Orchid Gardens houses over 200 different types of orchids.
Actual experience and interaction with the most active volcano in the world at the Volcanoes National Park
- Volcanoes National Park – Admission included. Established in 1916, is a United States National Park located in the U.S. State of Hawaii on the island of Hawaii. It encompasses two active volcanoes: Kīlauea, one of the world’s most active volcanoes, and Mauna Loa.
- Thurston Lava Tube – offers amazing 20 minute walk thru the lush jungles and the lava tube.
- Volcanic Steam Vents. Ground water seeps down to the hot volcanic rocks in this area and returns to the surface as steam. While standing at the Steam Vents, take a good look around. The area between the caldera’s edge and outer cliffs of Kīlauea Caldera is a treeless plain.
- Thomas A. Jaggar Museum. observatory has a worldwide reputation as a leader in the study of active volcanism which is located at the site.
- Kilauea Crater – The most active volcano crater in the world.
- Mount Kilauea. is a currently active shield volcano in the Hawaiian Islands, and the most active of the five
More time for picture taking and enjoying on our tour
Making picture taking, swimming or just viewing more enjoyable. By doing the tour backward we avoid the traffic and the crowd. We have more of everything to ourselves.
Important Tour Info & Tips
Things to Prepare for the tour :
- A small amount of walking is involved
- Warm clothing required
- Weather at the Volcanoes National Park changes frequently.
- Rain gear is recommended – fist sized “emergency ponchos” can be purchased at sporting goods store.
- This is a full day tour, please prepare necessary items for your trip.
Things Included in the Tour :
- Pickup from all Waikiki Hotels.
- Round trip air fare to Big Island.
- Volcanoes National Park Admission.
Check in for your flights.
- Check in service for your flights.
- We will have your boarding passes printed for you.
- You don’t have to wait in line.
- Expert local tour guides.
- Return transportation to Waikiki hotels.
Things to Bring :
- Passport is needed for foreign citizens.
- ID or passport is required for US Citizens.
- Certain parts of the tour, you will be exposed to cold. Please bring a jacket.
- Hilo is known for rainy days, please bring emergency poncho.
Duration of the Tour : 12 to 14 hours
- Pickup time from Waikiki Hotels is between 5:00am and 5:30am (pickup times may change due to local flight situations)
- Please call (808)922-7123 to get updated pickup times.
- Return to Waikiki between 7:30pm and 8:00pm(subject to change depending on the local flight situations)
Frequent restroom stops
- We know the importance of restrooms stops
- Tour guides are trained to make frequent restroom stops
- Bottled water and snack
- Gratuities (recommended)