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On this exciting Kona submarine tour, dive deep below the cobalt waters just off the Kona coast, where an entire world of fish and marine creatures is waiting just below the surface. As the submarine descends towards the colorful reef, peer through the portholes at fish that swim to within inches of the submarine windows, and experience the sense of peace and calm in this world beneath the waves. This is a great way to explore underwater without even getting your hair wet, and, if you’re very lucky, there’s even the chance you could see a passing shark.
Step off the beaten path on an exploration of the back roads, local farms and hidden waterfalls near Hilo on this half-day excursion. Savor fresh tropical fruit and just-picked macadamia nuts during a visit to a family-owned farm overlooking a lush waterfall. Continue your exploration with a stop at Wainaku Center to learn about Hawaii’s longstanding sugar industry before finishing your day at a towering 120-foot (36-meter) waterfall, where you can cool off with a dip in the refreshing waters. A guide, lunch and round-trip hotel transport are also covered.
Explore three volcanic craters during one great trip on this 11.5-hour excursion on the Big Island. Travel aboard a high-end Mercedes van as you trek to the still-steaming Mauna Ulu, enjoy an amazing hike across Kilauea Iki crater and discover the summit of Kilauea Caldera. All entrance fees, plus a deli-style lunch and and local-style dinner are included.
Explore the world’s most active volcano on a private eco tour around Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. These 3- and 6-hour, education-based explorations focus on the native flora and fauna, the geology and the amazing Hawaiian culture that still thrives on the volcano today. Experience the highlights of Kilauea’s summit area, including a sunset eruption viewing or hike to both the hidden and highlight areas of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
Experience tropical paradise on an adventure-filled 3.4-hour nature tour around the Big Island’s Umauma gorge and river. Rappel down waterfalls, swim in fresh water, and slide down naturally formed rock slides. Rest assured with all wet suites, flotation devices and safety briefings included. Feel the thrill of repelling down 250 feet (76 meters) of rock directly into the river, and then swim, hike, and jump off cliffs (if you dare). After your thrilling day, sit down for lunch with your group before returning to the visitor center. Guests must be at least eight years old and between 80-250 pounds to participate. The tour is not suitable for people who are pregnant or have a history of back or neck injury.
Experience the Big Island’s beautiful volcanic landscapes on this full-day excursion. After a convenient pickup from select hotels, enjoy a scenic drive on Saddle Road, take a picturesque hike in Volcanoes National Park, and feast on a delicious complimentary lunch. Explore a magical lava tube, Kauhi Cave, while learning about the island’s fascinating history from an informative guide. Finish with a pau hana (Hawaiian for “happy hour”) featuring locally-sourced appetizers.
A tour dedicated to the little ones! Finding fun things to do with the Keiki (young kids) is easy when you book a trip with us. Learn all about endangered Sea Horses, have a scavenger hunt, watch A’ama crab, bring lunch to enjoy, and finally ice-cream.
The Kanaloa Octopus Farm is a fun way to learn about the species and very educational. You will also get to spend time at a nice beach with lunch included. This is a great way to spend time as families or a relaxed shore excursion.
On this tour from Kona to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, experience some of the Big Island’s best sights in a small group capped at 10 people. In addition to stopping at Punalu’u Beach Park to walk down a black-sand beach, you have the chance to sip Kona coffee on the plantation right where it’s grown, as well as hike through a lava tube that was formed by Kilauea volcano. What’s more, receive an iPad to use on the tour. Use it for photos, videos, and info, as well as playing games or watching movies while traveling between the sites.
Swim near a manta ray natural habitat on this 1.5-hour night snorkeling tour from Kona. Led by an expert guide, journey five minutes off the Big Island’s west coast where the mantas come to feast on plankton. Dive in the water, and swim in an area known for manta ray sightings. The area is lit by your vessels diving lights, so you can get a clear view even in dark waters. Afterward, dry off, and enjoy warm soup, bread rolls, and hot drinks as you recount your underwater adventures.