Duration: 6 hours; $100; Beaches, culture, history, coffee...this tour has it all! You'll get a chance to visit all that Kona has to offer on this incredible tour! During the tour you will walk through Pu'uhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park, view Kealakekua Bay and Captain Cook monument, visit the beautiful Kona coastline, and sip on coffee from a local coffee farm. Your experienced tour guide will lead the way and teach you about all of the incredible sites. Make sure to bring a camera -- the island is jam packed with Kodak moments just waiting to happen! Aloha, Kona!
Explore the Beautiful Kona Coastline and Take Lots of Incredible Pictures
Stop At a Local Coffee Farm To Get a Taste of What's Brewing
Visit a Sacred Hawaiian Cultural Site At Pu'uhonua O Honaunau National Historical Park
Take In the View of Kealakekua Bay and Captain Cook Monument
Note: the Exact Departure Location Will Be Provided upon Confirmation
Hamakua Coast Adventure
Duration: 7 hours; $130; Wild Horses was a good song. But moss doesn't grow on the Rolling Stones the way it does in Hawaii, and neither do the wild horses. Head on over to Mauka Makai for an experience you'll never forget. Black sand beaches, wild mares and stallions, and waterfalls are just a few of the many whimsicalities you'll encounter on this tour. First, head north of Hilo along the scenic Hamakua coast. There you'll explore the lush tropical landscape where beautiful waterfalls have been forged into the Big Island over time. Then, visit historic sugar plantation towns and the 1946 Laupahoehoe tsunami memorial. Finally, you'll head through the country town of Honoka'a to the Waipio Valley lookout. Take in breathtaking views of one of the island's most well-known valleys. You'll experience a piece of "old" Hawaii and taste the flavors that the local people love to enjoy. PLENTY of flavors. Speaking of Sticky Fingers.
Head North of Hilo along the Scenic Hamakua Coast To Explore the Lush Tropical Landscape Surrounding the Beaches
Visit Historic Sugar Plantation Towns and the 1946 Laupahoehoe Tsunami Memorial, Then Travel through Honoka'a To the Waipio Valley Lookout
Take In Breathtaking Views of One of the Island's Well Known Valleys, Home To a Beautiful Black Sand Beach, Waterfalls, Local Agriculture and Wild Horses
Experience a Piece of "Old" Hawaii and Taste the Flavors That the Local People Love To Enjoy
Puna Coast Adventure
Duration: 6 hours; $120; Lava trees. Papaya fields. Volcanically-heated hot springs. Boats. Black sand beaches and -- Stop, stop! You had me at lava. This is one heckuva tour. Head out to Puna with the Big Island crew and explore Lava Tree State Park where you'll walk amongst tree molds created by a 1790 lava flow. THEN you'll ride past papaya fields to Kapoho where a later 1960 lava flow inundated farm lands and the Kapoho village. Next up, head on to Ahalanui Park and take a dip in a volcanically heated warm pond. You'll visit Pohoiki Bay where you'll find local fisherman and surfers hard at work and play. And if you think THAT sounds like the perfect itinerary, well there's one more thing: To end the tour, you'll cruise along the beautiful Puna coastline to the end of the road at Kalapana, where lava continues to increase Hawai'i Island's landmass and has created a new black sand beach. Sigh. Wish we could go with you.
Ride Past Papaya Fields To Kapoho Where a 1960 Lava Flow Inundated Farm Lands and the Kapoho Village
Explore Lava Tree State Park Where You Will Walk Amongst Tree Molds Created by a 1790 Lava Flow
Take a Dip In a Volcanically Heated Warm Pond
Cruise along the Beautiful Puna Coastline To the End of the Road At Kalapana Where Lava Has Created a New Black Sand Beach
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