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Explore the fascinating world of active volcanism, biological diversity and past and present Hawaiian culture at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Start at the world-famous Kona Coffee Farm for a deli-style lunch, then visit Punalu'u Beach to look for sea turtles. After arriving at the park, learn about everything from active volcanic craters and steam vents to the historic Jagger Museum. Enjoy dinner at Volcano Winery, featuring a private tour with wine tasting, then watch for current activity at Kilauea Volcano, the most active of the five volcanoes in Hawaii.

Highlights

  • Visit Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
  • Stop at the world-famous Kona Coffee Farm for lunch
  • Look for sea turtles at Punalu'u Beach
  • Enjoy dinner with a tour at Volcano Winery
  • Watch for volcanic activity at Kilauea Volcano
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off included

What You Can Expect

Evening Volcano Explorer From Kona

Crater view at night

Make Kilauea Volcano and Hawai`i Volcanoes National Park your destination, and stay past sunset! This is a fully narrated adventure starting at a world famous Kona coffee farm where a deli style lunch is served. Next Visit the famous Punalu`u black sand beach and look for giant sea turtles before arriving at the Park. Your Park Ranger-trained guide reveals the highlights of the park, from active volcanic craters and steam vents to the historic Jaggar Museum. You'll enjoy dinner at Volcano Winery.

Guests can expect a private vineyard and tea orchard tour, plus a wine tasting or glass of wine included with dinner at the winery. Return to the Park and watch for current volcanic activity as the sun sets before returning to Kona.

Customer Reviews

dhelusay

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2015

It was amazing....From seeing the lava red glow in the sky, to walking in the lava tube and also in the rising steam from the volcano, simply amazing. Our guide, Marcus, was extremely knowledgeable and very personable as well. The only downside was that we didn't see any spewing lava, but that had nothing to do with the tour, only with mother nature. A long day trip, about 11 hours, but worth every minute of it.

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