See rare black sand beaches, walk through a lava tube, visit famous Kona Coffee Farm and the magnificent Volcanoes National Park, finish the adventure with stargazing through a telescope. Experience the Big Island’s most spectacular natural splendors on this small-group tour with professional local guide sharing knowledge of the history, cultures, and geology of the island.
Enjoy a fully narrated adventure that starts with a stop at a Kona Coffee Farm. Walk through a lava tube and the orchards with your guide to learn about the harvesting and milling process while sampling a warm cup of Kona-grown coffee.
Continue the leisurely drive and pass the scenic view of the Kealakekua Bay and South Point, the southernmost point of the United State, then relax and take it all in at Punalu’u Black Sand Beach, a great place to spot marine life from the shore, like Hawaii’s green sea turtles.
In the afternoon, visit Hawaii Volcanoes National Park with a trip around the Chain of Craters Road, for the “mountain to sea” experience. Various stops are made to view magnificent volcanic eruption, and flow sites of the past, the beautiful park coastline, and the remarkable Holei Sea Arch. In addition, your certified tour guide provides educational and insightful narrative about the volcanoes as you visit Kilauea Iki Lookout, steam vents, Halema’uma’u Crater, and crater rim trail.
After enjoying a sit-down dinner at a local café near the park, your guide will take you to a secluded and ideal location for stargazing through a portable but powerful telescope, depending on weather condition, you will observe stars, planets, galaxies, moon, and much more while our guide share interesting legend and lore of the sky
- Take a tour of a Kona Coffee Farm to learn about the harvesting and milling process while sampling Kona Coffee
- Visit must-see spots within Hawaii Volcanoes National Park including scenic Chain of Craters Road and Holei Sea Arch
- Dip your toes in the sand at Punalu’u Black Sand Beach and scan the horizon for green sea turtles on the shore
- Observe stars and planets under the pristine night sky through a telescope, weather permitting.
Pick up location and Time:
Tour departs daily. We pick up from all resorts and hotels in Keauhou, Kona, Waikoloa, and Kohala area between 9:30 am to 11 am. Actual pick up time vary depending on hotel location. Tour duration is around 12 hours.
What to bring and wear
Wear comfortable clothing in layers as temperatures vary from warm to cool. We recommend bring a light jacket and wear covered walking shoes.
Group Size: Tours are limited to a maximum of 13 guests per vehicle
Tour difficulty: Easy hiking over a short distance. Ages 4 and older are recommended.
Included in the tour: Assorted juices, snacks, and bottled water. Bento lunch consists of teriyaki chicken, grilled fish, local sweet potato, and steamed rice. Sit-down dinner at a cafe near the park, menu will be provided on the tour. In addition, all admission fees, jackets, and rain gear.
How much hiking do we do?
We will have a couple easy hikes over a short distance on this tour. Total distance is no more than a mile
Will we get to see active lava?
Due to the dynamic nature of active volcanoes, lava viewing conditions change daily or even hourly. The best viewing of current eruptive activity is on our Twilight Volcano Tour. We will do our best to get you to the closest viewing area providing it is safe and legal.
Cancellation Policy: Minimum 24 hours notice for groups of 1-5, 48 hours notice for groups of 6 or more, and 72 hour notice for private groups to receive a full refund.