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Hilo Shore Excursion: Parc national des volcans, Rainbow Falls et faits saillants

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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 pour s'adapter à l'arrivée et au départ de votre navire.

Clients de l'hôtel Hilo : le lieu de la réunion est l'hôtel Hilo Hawaiian

Grade de la visite : facile

Les points forts de cette visite incluent la plage de sable noir, les chutes Rainbow, le jardin japonais Liliuokalani, le trajet en voiture Down Town Hilo, Big Island Candies,
Parc national des volcans - Évents à vapeur, bancs de soufre Tube de lave de Thurston, centre d'accueil des visiteurs de Kilauea et expositions Belvédère du cratère Iki de Kilauea.

Déjeuner : l'arrêt sera effectué par un fournisseur local
Ville: Grande île d'Hawaï
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Ce qui est inclu
Professional guide
Bottled water
National Park fees
Port / Hilo Hotel pickup and drop-off
Professional guide
Bottled water
National Park fees
Information additionnelle
  • Les bébés doivent s'asseoir sur les genoux d'un adulte
  • Convient à tous les niveaux de condition physique
  • Véhicule : fourgonnette 11-14 passagers ou minibus max 16-25 pass mini bus
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  • HÔTEL : Vous pouvez nous rencontrer à l'hôtel Hilo Hawaiian pour participer à cette visite.
  • PASSAGERS DE CROISIÈRE : Nous avons des permis spéciaux pour prendre en charge directement du port de Hilo
  • Nous assurerons votre retour rapide au navire à Hilo Pier pour cette activité. Si votre navire est retardé et que vous ne pouvez pas assister à cette activité, votre argent vous sera remboursé. Consultez nos conditions générales pour plus de détails
  • HEURES DE DÉPART : Parce que nous sommes une entreprise d'excursions à terre, nous planifions nos heures de départ autour de l'arrivée et du départ d'un navire.
  • Fonctionne dans toutes les conditions météorologiques, veuillez vous habiller de manière appropriée
  • Tour facile - Implique de marcher sur un terrain relativement plat, possiblement sur du gravier ou un sol inégal dans certaines zones. Le tube de lave mesure 0,4 mile de long avec des marches descendantes et ascendantes. Chaussures de marche confortables et veste légère recommandées
  • WALKER /FAUTEUIL ROULANT : Nous devons être informés avant votre arrivée si vous apportez un déambulateur ou un fauteuil roulant pliable afin de laisser de la place.
À quoi s'attendre
1
Banyan Drive
Our first path drives us down Banyan Drive known as the "Hilo Walk of Fame" for the banyan trees planted by celebrities, such as Babe Ruth and Franklin Roosevelt and many others. These trees have withstood several tsunamis that have devastated the town of Hilo
2
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.
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
Big Island Candies
Big Island Candies was established in 1977 to manufacture and market fine quality macadamia nut candies and cookies using 100 percent Hawaii-grown macadamia nuts and Kona coffee, island eggs, real butter, and high-grade chocolate. Since its founding, Big Island Candies has continuously introduced new and imaginative products that "wow" both the eyes and taste buds of its growing legion of fans.
5
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
We will then make our way to the summit of Kilauea volcano at the Volcanoes National Park, the most highly regarded and revered volcanic area on Earth. The Park highlights two of the world's most active volcanoes--Kilauea and Mauna Loa--and offers insights on the birth of the Hawaiian Islands and views of dramatic volcanic landscapes. At the park, you will stop at the Visitor Center, witness the spectacular collapsed caldera, steam vents, sulfur banks, and fascinating scenic lookouts. No trip to Hawaii is complete without a trip to Volcanoes National Park.
6
Nahuku - Thurston Lava Tube
LAVA TUBE NOW OPEN! We will walk through a lava tube and the guide will share information with you on how it was formed by lava.
7
Richardson Beach Park
Richardson Black Sand Beach, where sea turtles are usually spotted. The Black Sand Beach is a local favorite, and is a great way to see how the ocean and volcanoes make fine black sand.
8
Manono Street Marketplace
Local Deli for a lunch stop
9
Banyan Drive
Our first path drives us down Banyan Drive known as the "Hilo Walk of Fame" for the banyan trees planted by celebrities, such as Babe Ruth and Franklin Roosevelt and many others. These trees have withstood several tsunamis that have devastated the town of Hilo
10
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.
11
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.
12
Big Island Candies
Big Island Candies was established in 1977 to manufacture and market fine quality macadamia nut candies and cookies using 100 percent Hawaii-grown macadamia nuts and Kona coffee, island eggs, real butter, and high-grade chocolate. Since its founding, Big Island Candies has continuously introduced new and imaginative products that "wow" both the eyes and taste buds of its growing legion of fans.
13
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
We will then make our way to the summit of Kilauea volcano at the Volcanoes National Park, the most highly regarded and revered volcanic area on Earth. The Park highlights two of the world's most active volcanoes--Kilauea and Mauna Loa--and offers insights on the birth of the Hawaiian Islands and views of dramatic volcanic landscapes. At the park, you will stop at the Visitor Center, witness the spectacular collapsed caldera, steam vents, sulfur banks, and fascinating scenic lookouts. No trip to Hawaii is complete without a trip to Volcanoes National Park.
14
Nahuku - Thurston Lava Tube
LAVA TUBE NOW OPEN! We will walk through a lava tube and the guide will share information with you on how it was formed by lava.
15
Richardson Beach Park
Richardson Black Sand Beach, where sea turtles are usually spotted. The Black Sand Beach is a local favorite, and is a great way to see how the ocean and volcanoes make fine black sand.
16
Manono Street Marketplace
Local Deli for a lunch stop
17
Banyan Drive
Our first path drives us down Banyan Drive known as the "Hilo Walk of Fame" for the banyan trees planted by celebrities, such as Babe Ruth and Franklin Roosevelt and many others. These trees have withstood several tsunamis that have devastated the town of Hilo
18
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.
19
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.
20
Big Island Candies
Big Island Candies was established in 1977 to manufacture and market fine quality macadamia nut candies and cookies using 100 percent Hawaii-grown macadamia nuts and Kona coffee, island eggs, real butter, and high-grade chocolate. Since its founding, Big Island Candies has continuously introduced new and imaginative products that "wow" both the eyes and taste buds of its growing legion of fans.
21
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
We will then make our way to the summit of Kilauea volcano at the Volcanoes National Park, the most highly regarded and revered volcanic area on Earth. The Park highlights two of the world's most active volcanoes--Kilauea and Mauna Loa--and offers insights on the birth of the Hawaiian Islands and views of dramatic volcanic landscapes. At the park, you will stop at the Visitor Center, witness the spectacular collapsed caldera, steam vents, sulfur banks, and fascinating scenic lookouts. No trip to Hawaii is complete without a trip to Volcanoes National Park.
22
Nahuku - Thurston Lava Tube
LAVA TUBE NOW OPEN! We will walk through a lava tube and the guide will share information with you on how it was formed by lava.
23
Richardson Beach Park
Richardson Black Sand Beach, where sea turtles are usually spotted. The Black Sand Beach is a local favorite, and is a great way to see how the ocean and volcanoes make fine black sand.
24
Manono Street Marketplace
Local Deli for a lunch stop
25
Banyan Drive
Our first path drives us down Banyan Drive known as the "Hilo Walk of Fame" for the banyan trees planted by celebrities, such as Babe Ruth and Franklin Roosevelt and many others. These trees have withstood several tsunamis that have devastated the town of Hilo
26
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.
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
Big Island Candies
Big Island Candies was established in 1977 to manufacture and market fine quality macadamia nut candies and cookies using 100 percent Hawaii-grown macadamia nuts and Kona coffee, island eggs, real butter, and high-grade chocolate. Since its founding, Big Island Candies has continuously introduced new and imaginative products that "wow" both the eyes and taste buds of its growing legion of fans.
29
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
We will then make our way to the summit of Kilauea volcano at the Volcanoes National Park, the most highly regarded and revered volcanic area on Earth. The Park highlights two of the world's most active volcanoes--Kilauea and Mauna Loa--and offers insights on the birth of the Hawaiian Islands and views of dramatic volcanic landscapes. At the park, you will stop at the Visitor Center, witness the spectacular collapsed caldera, steam vents, sulfur banks, and fascinating scenic lookouts. No trip to Hawaii is complete without a trip to Volcanoes National Park.
30
Nahuku - Thurston Lava Tube
We will walk through a lava tube and the guide will share information with you on how it was formed by lava. This lava tube is .4 of a mile loop trail with low lighting. Gradual stairs descending into the tube ascending stairs coming out. Not all passengers may be physically fit in which they may stay in the vehicle or outside natural scenery for this portion of the tour.
31
Richardson Beach Park
Richardson Black Sand Beach, where sea turtles are usually spotted. The Black Sand Beach is a local favorite, and is a great way to see how the ocean and volcanoes make fine black sand.
32
Manono Street Marketplace
Local Deli for a lunch stop
33
Banyan Drive
Our first path drives us down Banyan Drive known as the "Hilo Walk of Fame" for the banyan trees planted by celebrities, such as Babe Ruth and Franklin Roosevelt and many others. These trees have withstood several tsunamis that have devastated the town of Hilo
34
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.
35
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.
36
Big Island Candies
Big Island Candies was established in 1977 to manufacture and market fine quality macadamia nut candies and cookies using 100 percent Hawaii-grown macadamia nuts and Kona coffee, island eggs, real butter, and high-grade chocolate. Since its founding, Big Island Candies has continuously introduced new and imaginative products that "wow" both the eyes and taste buds of its growing legion of fans.
37
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
We will then make our way to the summit of Kilauea volcano at the Volcanoes National Park, the most highly regarded and revered volcanic area on Earth. The Park highlights two of the world's most active volcanoes--Kilauea and Mauna Loa--and offers insights on the birth of the Hawaiian Islands and views of dramatic volcanic landscapes. At the park, you will stop at the Visitor Center, witness the spectacular collapsed caldera, steam vents, sulfur banks, and fascinating scenic lookouts. No trip to Hawaii is complete without a trip to Volcanoes National Park.
38
Nahuku - Thurston Lava Tube
We will walk through a lava tube and the guide will share information with you on how it was formed by lava. This lava tube is .4 of a mile loop trail with low lighting. Gradual stairs descending into the tube ascending stairs coming out. Not all passengers may be physically fit in which they may stay in the vehicle or outside natural scenery for this portion of the tour.
39
Richardson Beach Park
Richardson Black Sand Beach, where sea turtles are usually spotted. The Black Sand Beach is a local favorite, and is a great way to see how the ocean and volcanoes make fine black sand.
40
Manono Street Marketplace
Local Deli for a lunch stop
41
Banian Drive
Notre premier chemin nous emmène sur Banyan Drive, connue sous le nom de "Hilo Walk of Fame" pour les banians plantés par des célébrités, telles que Babe Ruth et Franklin Roosevelt et bien d'autres. Ces arbres ont résisté à plusieurs tsunamis qui ont dévasté la ville de Hilo
42
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.
43
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.
44
Bonbons de la grande île
Big Island Candies a été créée en 1977 pour fabriquer et commercialiser des bonbons et des biscuits aux noix de macadamia de qualité supérieure en utilisant 100 % de noix de macadamia cultivées à Hawaï et de café Kona, des œufs des îles, du vrai beurre et du chocolat de haute qualité. Depuis sa fondation, Big Island Candies a continuellement introduit de nouveaux produits imaginatifs qui "épatent" à la fois les yeux et les papilles gustatives de sa légion croissante de fans.
45
Parc national des volcans d'Hawaï
Nous nous dirigerons ensuite vers le sommet du volcan Kilauea dans le parc national des volcans, la zone volcanique la plus appréciée et la plus vénérée de la planète. Le parc met en lumière deux des volcans les plus actifs au monde - le Kilauea et le Mauna Loa - et offre un aperçu de la naissance des îles hawaïennes et des vues sur des paysages volcaniques spectaculaires. Au parc, vous vous arrêterez au centre d'accueil pour assister à la spectaculaire caldeira effondrée, aux évents à vapeur, aux bancs de soufre et aux points de vue panoramiques fascinants. Aucun voyage à Hawaï n'est complet sans une excursion au parc national des volcans.
46
Nahuku - Tube de lave de Thurston
Nous traverserons un tube de lave et le guide partagera avec vous des informations sur la façon dont il a été formé par la lave. Ce tube de lave est un sentier en boucle de 0,4 mile avec un faible éclairage. Escaliers progressifs descendant dans le tube montant les escaliers sortant. Tous les passagers peuvent ne pas être physiquement aptes à rester dans le véhicule ou à l'extérieur du paysage naturel pour cette partie du circuit.
47
Parc de la plage Richardson
Richardson Black Sand Beach, où les tortues de mer sont généralement repérées. La plage de sable noir est un favori local et constitue un excellent moyen de voir comment l'océan et les volcans produisent du sable noir et fin.
48
Marché de la rue Manono
Deli local pour une pause déjeuner
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Commentaires (260)
Kristy_D
Dec 2022
The views were fantastic. Got to see the craters even though volcano wasn’t erupting anymore. Our guide Donna was wonderful as well.
Marylon_H
Dec 2022
A really knowledgeable driver who was born and raised in Hawaii. Learned a lot We saw steam crevices and lava tube. Garden was more of a drive by park —too wet to have been a stop Longer tour than we expected. Would recommend it to others. Really wanted to see hot lava fields
Réponse de l'hôte
Dec 2022
Aloha, sorry we do not advertise molten lava as most of the time it cannot be seen. I know so many people who wanted to see all the lava from Mauna Loa however there is no longer any lava to be seen. Sorry, I wish we had lava to show our customers all the time. Nature just doesn't seem to work that way 😊 Thank you for the review
CARL T
Dec 2022
We were unable to book a tour through the cruise ship so I found one with Vivitar which was excellent. We toured in a small buss with about twenty people and the driver Donna was just wonderful. As you can imagine the Volcano National park visit was thrilling as we were there while Kilowea was erupting, and Mona lea was starting to rumble. We saw the Rainbow falls and several other points of interest as the trip from the hip to the National Park was almost an hour. This was probably the most exciting day of our Hawaiian Island cruise. Don't miss this opportunity of a lifetime.
Réponse de l'hôte
Dec 2022
Wow Carl what an awesome compliment for guide Donna! So glad we were able to accommodate and you got to see Kilauea volcano and Mauna Loa volcano! 😊

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