Volcano & Rainbow Falls Explore Volcanoes National Park, where 70 million years of volcanic history are on display. Here, you can admire the remarkable view of Kilauea Volcano, the earth's most active volcano. You’ll also discover Rainbow Falls and see one of the largest orchid collections in all of Hawaii.
Starting from $ 89
Volcanoes National Park Standing at just over 4,000 feet, Kilauea is not the tallest volcano on the Big Island, but it's certainly the most active. Pass the Kilauea Iki Crater before stopping at the Thurston Lava Tube, where a short walk gives you the opportunity for an up-close view of an extinct lava tube. This tour also visits the Jaggar Museum.
Starting from $ 69
The Land of Frozen Fire Head to the 'wild west' town of Pahoa, and Lava Tree State Park on the eastern rift zone of Kilauea Volcano. Visit Ahalanui’s warm springs, with its volcanically heated water. At Kaimu, once the site of a famous black-sand beach and a small town, both destroyed by a 1990 lava flow, a stop is made where you can walk on the 'frozen fire' and view the active volcanic vent in the distance.
Starting from $ 99
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