This is a tour unlike any other. Hawaii is the newest and youngest volcanic island to emerge in the Hawaiian archipelago. You'll learn about the seismic activity that’s been a constant on the Big Island and the culture that sprang up around it. You'll see dormant volcanoes and ancient lava beds while discovering the legends meant to explain these natural phenomena.
Prepare for a thrilling day exploring volcanoes, volcanic craters, and black sand beaches on Hawaii’s enchanting “Big Island.” The highlight of this daylong adventure is a trek to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park to come face to face with Kilauea and Mauna Loa, two of the most famous active volcanoes on the planet.
The adventure kicks off at the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, where continuous seismic activity keeps things more than intriguing. Here, you'll encounter Kilauea, one of the world’s most active volcanoes, and Mauna Loa, which holds the distinction as the largest volcano on Earth. While there is no guarantee for a red-hot lava flow sighting, you definitely will gain a deeper appreciation and understanding of the island’s magical volcanoes. Other highlights include Rainbow Falls State Park for a glimpse of an 80-feet waterfall breaking over a natural lava cave and Hilo’s popular black sand beach.
Experience the best volcanic sights and learn what makes Hawaii a one-of-a-kind place to visit.