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Volcano Tours From Hilo Hawaii. Tour the Big Island with us. Small groups to the Volcano and Falls. Big Island Guide and Hilo Guide.


       Swim in a Warm Pond / Walk to Kalapana Black Sand Beach Tour

  • Ahalanui Geothermal Warm Pond

  • Lava Tree State Park

  • Kalapana Pahoehoe and Black Sand Beach

  • Ahalanui State Park:  Bring your shades and swimsuit to this wonderfully relaxing calm queen's bath geothermal warm pond.  Soak in the warm spring water mixed with fresh oceanwater flows.  Relax and enjoy the sound of the waves without worrying about the ocean currents.   Bask under the coconut palms and warm summer skies of Hawaii.  You may want to snorkel or just float on your back.   One of the definite gems of the big island, where you will find a tropical oasis. 

  • Lava Tree State Park:  See the monument of trees encased by lava.  These molds stand as reminders of lava flows of past years.  Be awed at the tree canopy as you stroll these garden paths.

  • Kalapana Pahoehoe Lava and Black Sand Beach:  One of the few black sand beaches on this youngest of islands.  Marvel at the vast expanses of pahoehoe and planted coconut palms as you walk to the ocean vista.

Tour time: 6 hours   ***  We will always have you back to the ship or airport on time.

What We Do

We take you to those hidden spots.  Why pay to rent a car and then try and find your way around wasting precious time.   Get the most out of the time you have on the island.   And no big bus.  We provide water and chocolate covered macadamia nuts to enjoy while on the tour.

Come Tour With Us!

About Us
Phone: Area Code 808
Then call Tina: 315-3097 or Gil: 217-7582


As a family owned and operated company we will cater to your needs. 

We can spend more time at one location and less at another. 

It is Your tour!  We also offer exclusive tours for just your group.

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PUC # 5792-C


All tours depart from Hilo area except Private Circle Island tour which departs island wide. Water and umbrellas are provided as are flash lights where needed.

Please bring a jacket as it can be cool at higher elevations.  Good sturdy shoes are recommended for our hiking tours.  

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