Visit the world's largest volcano, phenomenal lava beds, and smoldering craters
This is a tour unlike any other. Spend the day exploring the unique geography of Hawaii's "Big Island". A visit to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park will inform you about the seismic activity that's been a constant on the Big Island and the culture that sprang up around it. You'll see Mauna Loa, the world's largest volcano, and Kilauea, the world's most active volcano. You'll also see other dormant volcanoes, lava beds, and steam vents while discovering the legends meant to explain these natural phenomena.
While there is no guarantee of a red-hot lava flow sighting, you may see a smoldering crater or a steam vent. By the tour's end you'll know exactly how and why volcanoes occur. You'll also have the opportunity to take in some unique scenery along the way.
Occasionally certain sections of the park will be closed to visitors when Kilauea volcano is emitting high levels of dangerous gas. Volcanic fumes are hazardous. Also, for people with respiratory or heart problems, pregnant women, infants, and young children, a visit to the park is not recommended.