Volcano All Day is a fully guided and narrated excursion uncovering all of Kilauea volcanoes secret gems and hidden sights. Our company covers an uncommon side of Kilauea Volcano that is still considered very old Hawaii. We call it The Back roads. This tour explores Kilauea from bottom to top! Our finishing touch includes a night time viewing of Kilauea Volcanoes lava glowing pit with in the Haleumaumau crater
*Night-time viewing at lava glow from Halemau’mau Crater
*Walk in a Lava Tube, see Steam Vents and Sulfur Banks
*Overlook the massive caldera
*See Rainbow Falls & Tour a Macadamia Nut Farm
*See Hawaiis Wild Life
*Jaggar Museum and watch the seismographs in action
*Volcanic hot ponds & Sea Cliffs
*Overlook recent lava flows that wiped out the town of Kalapana
*Learn how the unique Lava Trees were formed
*Stroll down a Black Sand Beach
Departure times: Kona /Waikoloa: 10:00 am-12:30 pm , Hilo: 1-1:30 pm
((( These are approximate departure times. Upon reserving you will get an exact pick up time on you confirmation)))
(Tours departing from Kona include a drive between the scenic Saddle Road drive.)
Tour Duration: Hilo 9 hr , Kona/Waikoloa 11 hr
Operation: This tour is done by SUV or 14 Passenger Mini Bus
Includes: Bottle Water, snacks, umbrellas/rain ponchos, entrance fee to attractions.
What to bring: Walking shoes, long pants and jacket as it can be cool in the Park, camera, hat, sunglasses
( Tour includes a stop for you to purchase lunch & dinner )
Will there be a lot of hiking?
Most of the trails are short walks. We will be walking over an old lava flow to access a black sand beach so its good to wear good shoes.
How cold is it at the Volcano National Park?
Kilauea’s summit (4000′ elevation) varies daily. Average temperature is between 50 – 60 degrees F.
Is Kilauea Volcano active?
Yes, Kilauea Volcano is in fact the most active volcano on earth and has been erupting for 28 year non-stop.
Will we see lava?
We are always on our toes when it comes to the lava flow because it is a natural event and constantly changing. On the twilight tour the lava is located within a pit of the Haleumaumau crater. We have had very bright glows of the lava and have had it spatter out a few times. If you are up for a hike to see lava we recommend the Lava Hike Tour.
What kind of wild life will we see?
Of the 23 surviving endemic Hawaiian songbird species, those living within Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park include six Hawaiian honeycreepers; ‘apapane, ‘amakihi, ‘i`iwi, and three federally listed as endangered; ‘akepa, ‘akiapola‘au, and the Hawai’i creeper. There are also a native thrush (‘oma`o) and a native monarch (‘elepaio). Another three species of endemic Hawaiian birds found within the Park are also endangered; the nene, or Hawaiian goose, Hawaiian petrel, and ‘io or Hawaiian Hawk.
7 Passenger SUV 1,500.00
14 Passenger Mini Bus 3,500.00
7 Passenger SUV 1,200.00
14 Passenger Mini Bus 2,800.00