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Hilo Shore Excursion: Volcano Safari Lava Caves, Falls & Highlights Small Group

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Environ 6h de durée. Explorez les endroits moins fréquentés parmi les routes secondaires d'Hawaï du volcan Kilauea. Explorez des grottes de lave passionnantes, des cascades et des arbres de lave dans une forêt tropicale volcanique luxuriante. Découvrez la destruction de la lave en 2018 et la nouvelle plage de sable noir qui vient d'être créée. Une expérience vraiment incroyable!

Invités des navires de croisière: Nous avons des permis spéciaux pour venir vous chercher directement au port d'escale de Hilo. Les heures de départ peuvent être ajustées en fonction de l'arrivée et du départ de votre navire.

Invités de l'hôtel Hilo : Lieu de la réunion Hilo Hawaiian Hotel
Ville: Grande île d'Hawaï
Wed 19 Jun
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Ce qui est inclu
Bottled water
Professional guide
Port pickup and drop-off / Hilo Hotel pickup and drop-off
Bottled water
Professional guide
Port pickup and drop-off / Hilo Hotel pickup and drop-off
Bottled water
Information additionnelle
  • Déconseillé aux voyageuses enceintes
  • Les voyageurs doivent avoir au moins un niveau de forme physique modéré
  • Tour modéré - Implique de marcher sur un terrain relativement accidenté, possiblement avec du gravier, de la lave , terrain accidenté et marches raides. Chaussures de marche confortables recommandées.
  • Fonctionne dans toutes les conditions météorologiques, veuillez vous habiller de manière appropriée ; veste de pluie légère ou poncho
  • Un arrêt est fait pour acheter de la nourriture
  • Garantie d'excursion à terre sans souci
  • L'heure de départ exacte peut varier en fonction du débarquement du bateau de croisière time
  • Déconseillé aux personnes qui ne peuvent pas marcher sur un sol inégal ou qui ont une mauvaise santé
  • Tube de lave : les marches pour entrer dans le tube de lave sont raides et le sol est inégal. Vous n'êtes pas obligé d'aller dans le tube de lave si vous sentez que c'est trop pour vous.
À quoi s'attendre
1
Liliuokalani Gardens
This is the largest Japanese garden outside of Japan donated by Queen Liliʻuokalani in 1917. Throughout the gardens are stone lanterns, gazebos, and torii gates, recalling the Japanese immigrants who came to Hawaii.
2
Hilo
Drive through the historical downtown Hilo as you will learn about the devastating tsunamis of the past
3
Rainbow Falls
Breathtaking 80 ft waterfall, Rainbow Falls. These beautiful falls get their name from the rainbow that is often visible in the mist that rises as the water cascades to the rocks 80 feet below.
4
Kaumana Caves Park
Time to explore lava caves is next! We walk you down into a lava cave through a skylight, also locally known as a lava tube. Kaumana Caves was created by one of our largest volcanoes, Mauna Loa. The guide will explain how molten lava makes these spectacular lava tubes and the fascinating colors inside.
5
Pahoa
On our drive we will drive through a quaint town called Pahoa. Once a booming plantation town and now a laid-back hippie town with old school artistry charm and wood-plank boardwalks. You will see the current lava flow that nearly wiped this town off the map.
6
Lava Tree State Park
We will walk a trail among lava trees that looks somewhat of a petrified forest and look down into a deep fissure. This unusual volcanic sight is one stop that shouldn’t be missed.
7
Liliuokalani Gardens
This is the largest Japanese garden outside of Japan donated by Queen Liliʻuokalani in 1917. Throughout the gardens are stone lanterns, gazebos, and torii gates, recalling the Japanese immigrants who came to Hawaii.
8
Hilo
Drive through the historical downtown Hilo as you will learn about the devastating tsunamis of the past
9
Rainbow Falls
Breathtaking 80 ft waterfall, Rainbow Falls. These beautiful falls get their name from the rainbow that is often visible in the mist that rises as the water cascades to the rocks 80 feet below.
10
Kaumana Caves Park
Time to explore lava caves is next! We walk you down into a lava cave through a skylight, also locally known as a lava tube. Kaumana Caves was created by one of our largest volcanoes, Mauna Loa. The guide will explain how molten lava makes these spectacular lava tubes and the fascinating colors inside.
11
Pahoa
On our drive we will drive through a quaint town called Pahoa. Once a booming plantation town and now a laid-back hippie town with old school artistry charm and wood-plank boardwalks. You will see the current lava flow that nearly wiped this town off the map.
12
Lava Tree State Park
We will walk a trail among lava trees that looks somewhat of a petrified forest and look down into a deep fissure. This unusual volcanic sight is one stop that shouldn’t be missed.
13
Liliuokalani Gardens
This is the largest Japanese garden outside of Japan donated by Queen Liliʻuokalani in 1917. Throughout the gardens are stone lanterns, gazebos, and torii gates, recalling the Japanese immigrants who came to Hawaii.
14
Hilo
Drive through the historical downtown Hilo as you will learn about the devastating tsunamis of the past
15
Rainbow Falls
Breathtaking 80 ft waterfall, Rainbow Falls. These beautiful falls get their name from the rainbow that is often visible in the mist that rises as the water cascades to the rocks 80 feet below.
16
Kaumana Caves Park
Time to explore lava caves is next! We walk you down into a lava cave through a skylight, also locally known as a lava tube. Kaumana Caves was created by one of our largest volcanoes, Mauna Loa. The guide will explain how molten lava makes these spectacular lava tubes and the fascinating colors inside.
17
Pahoa
On our drive we will drive through a quaint town called Pahoa. Once a booming plantation town and now a laid-back hippie town with old school artistry charm and wood-plank boardwalks. You will see the current lava flow that nearly wiped this town off the map.
18
Lava Tree State Park
We will walk a trail among lava trees that looks somewhat of a petrified forest and look down into a deep fissure. This unusual volcanic sight is one stop that shouldn’t be missed.
19
Liliuokalani Gardens
This is the largest Japanese garden outside of Japan donated by Queen Liliʻuokalani in 1917. Throughout the gardens are stone lanterns, gazebos, and torii gates, recalling the Japanese immigrants who came to Hawaii.
20
Hilo
Drive through the historical downtown Hilo as you will learn about the devastating tsunamis of the past
21
Rainbow Falls
Breathtaking 80 ft waterfall, Rainbow Falls. These beautiful falls get their name from the rainbow that is often visible in the mist that rises as the water cascades to the rocks 80 feet below.
22
Kaumana Caves Park
Time to explore lava caves is next! We walk you down into a lava cave through a skylight, also locally known as a lava tube. Kaumana Caves was created by one of our largest volcanoes, Mauna Loa. The guide will explain how molten lava makes these spectacular lava tubes and the fascinating colors inside.
23
Pahoa
On our drive we will drive through a quaint town called Pahoa. Once a booming plantation town and now a laid-back hippie town with old school artistry charm and wood-plank boardwalks. You will see the current lava flow that nearly wiped this town off the map.
24
Lava Tree State Park
We will walk a trail among lava trees that looks somewhat of a petrified forest and look down into a deep fissure. This unusual volcanic sight is one stop that shouldn’t be missed.
25
Liliuokalani Gardens
This is the largest Japanese garden outside of Japan donated by Queen Liliʻuokalani in 1917. Throughout the gardens are stone lanterns, gazebos, and torii gates, recalling the Japanese immigrants who came to Hawaii.
26
Hilo
Drive through the historical downtown Hilo as you will learn about the devastating tsunamis of the past
27
Rainbow Falls
Breathtaking 80 ft waterfall, Rainbow Falls. These beautiful falls get their name from the rainbow that is often visible in the mist that rises as the water cascades to the rocks 80 feet below.
28
Kaumana Caves Park
Time to explore lava caves is next! We walk you down into a lava cave through a skylight, also locally known as a lava tube. Kaumana Caves was created by one of our largest volcanoes, Mauna Loa. The guide will explain how molten lava makes these spectacular lava tubes and the fascinating colors inside.
29
Pahoa
On our drive we will drive through a quaint town called Pahoa. Once a booming plantation town and now a laid-back hippie town with old school artistry charm and wood-plank boardwalks. You will see the current lava flow that nearly wiped this town off the map.
30
Lava Tree State Park
We will walk a trail among lava trees that looks somewhat of a petrified forest and look down into a deep fissure. This unusual volcanic sight is one stop that shouldn’t be missed.
31
Liliuokalani Gardens
This is the largest Japanese garden outside of Japan donated by Queen Liliʻuokalani in 1917. Throughout the gardens are stone lanterns, gazebos, and torii gates, recalling the Japanese immigrants who came to Hawaii.
32
Hilo
Drive through the historical downtown Hilo as you will learn about the devastating tsunamis of the past
33
Rainbow Falls
Breathtaking 80 ft waterfall, Rainbow Falls. These beautiful falls get their name from the rainbow that is often visible in the mist that rises as the water cascades to the rocks 80 feet below.
34
Kaumana Caves Park
Time to explore lava caves is next! We walk you down into a lava cave through a skylight, also locally known as a lava tube. Kaumana Caves was created by one of our largest volcanoes, Mauna Loa. The guide will explain how molten lava makes these spectacular lava tubes and the fascinating colors inside.
35
Pahoa
On our drive we will drive through a quaint town called Pahoa. Once a booming plantation town and now a laid-back hippie town with old school artistry charm and wood-plank boardwalks. You will see the current lava flow that nearly wiped this town off the map.
36
Lava Tree State Park
We will walk a trail among lava trees that looks somewhat of a petrified forest and look down into a deep fissure. This unusual volcanic sight is one stop that shouldn’t be missed.
37
Jardins de Liliuokalani
Il s'agit du plus grand jardin japonais en dehors du Japon offert par la reine Liliʻuokalani en 1917. Dans les jardins se trouvent des lanternes en pierre, des belvédères et des portes torii, rappelant les immigrants japonais venus à Hawaï.
38
Bonjour
Traversez le centre-ville historique de Hilo et découvrez les tsunamis dévastateurs du passé
39
Chutes arc-en-ciel
Chute d'eau à couper le souffle de 80 pieds, Rainbow Falls. Ces belles chutes tirent leur nom de l'arc-en-ciel qui est souvent visible dans la brume qui monte lorsque l'eau tombe en cascade sur les rochers à 80 pieds plus bas.
40
Parc des grottes de Kaumana
Il est temps d'explorer les grottes de lave ! Nous vous accompagnons dans une grotte de lave à travers une lucarne, également connue localement sous le nom de tube de lave. Les grottes de Kaumana ont été créées par l'un de nos plus grands volcans, le Mauna Loa. Le guide vous expliquera comment la lave en fusion crée ces tubes de lave spectaculaires et les couleurs fascinantes à l'intérieur.
41
Pahoa
Sur notre route, nous traverserons une ville pittoresque appelée Pahoa. Une fois une ville de plantation en plein essor et maintenant une ville hippie décontractée avec un charme artistique de la vieille école et des promenades en planches de bois. Vous verrez la coulée de lave actuelle qui a presque effacé cette ville de la carte.
42
Parc d'État de l'arbre de lave
Nous marcherons sur un sentier parmi les arbres de lave qui ressemble un peu à une forêt pétrifiée et regarderons dans une fissure profonde. Ce spectacle volcanique inhabituel est une étape à ne pas manquer.
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Commentaires (45)
kristenmt73
Dec 2022
Ellen was awesome highly recommended. We saw more than expected. I love small Group tours and highly recommend this tour
Réponse de l'hôte
Dec 2022
Thank you for the wonderful review. We are so happy to have Ellen as part of our team 😊 Glad you enjoyed
Darren_R
Nov 2022
Great trip. Our guide Junior provided a great experience on the trip. Interesting stops along the way.
Réponse de l'hôte
Dec 2022
Aloha Darren, so glad you enjoyed Hawaiian guide Junior! thank you fro the review!
Mary_N
Nov 2022
Junior was a great guide. He took time to point out points of interest along the tour. I never felt rushed on this tour and he was very patient. He told some funny and interesting stories along the way. Here's some pics of our tour at the black sand beach, lava tubes and Junior serenading us at one of our stops. We also had a stop at one of the 2018 eruption sites where the lava was still smoldering underneath the ground. I would recommend this tour to anyone young or old.
Réponse de l'hôte
Nov 2022
Wow Mary what a wonderful compliment for your guide Junior! So glad you enjoyed all the sights off the beaten path :)

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