Many of the tours from Kona, as visitors to Hawaii’s Big Island might expect, focus on activities found along the Kona coast of Hawaii’s Big Island. That being said, one of the largest visitor draws on the island—Hawaii Volcanoes National Park—is located clear on the other side of the island and entails multiple hours of drive-time to get there. Nevertheless, for those Kona-based travelers hoping to get a glimpse of Madame Pele in action (the Hawaiian goddess of volcanoes), there are tours from Kona which offer full day excursions over to the hot and bubbly side of the island for a look at Kilauea volcano—the most consistently active volcano on Earth.
For those Big Island visitors looking to stay a little closer to home, however, there are plenty of other tours from Kona ready to be explored just outside of town. Feel the excitement of snorkeling with manta rays on a night dive or sailing past a pod of Hawaiian spinner dolphins off of Kealakekua Bay.