Hawaii Volcano Tours by Helicopter. Paradise Helicopters offers a ride over the most active parts of Kilauea volcano. This 40-50 minute ride will have you feeling the heat and then cooling down as you fly over some of the islands magical waterfalls. This Big Island volcano tour is offered with or without doors! Hike to See the Lava Flow.
Hawaii's Big Island boasts the huge Volcanoes National Park which is home to one of Hawaii's last active volcano - the Mount Kilauea. Explore the park on your own or take one of the many exciting tours through the park which will bring you really close to the volcanoes. The Mount Kilauea is located in the heart of the National Park and has been continuously erupting since 1983. Plus there is.
A volcano adventure where you’ll view dormant and active volcanoes, craters, steam vents and miles of lava beds! Our Big Island Tours are once again visiting parts of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park (HVNP). Recent volcanic eruptions have drastically changed the landscape of the park, and for the time being, the Visitor Center, Steam Vents, Thurston Lava Tube, and parts of Chain of Craters.A Hawaii Volcano helicopter tour can really be considered a once-in-a-lifetime event. This web site will help provide you information on your Hawaii Volcano helicopter tour, but remember there's so much more scenic beauty on a Hawaii helicopter tour than just active volcanoes. Each island has breathtaking views that can only be truly appreciated from above during a Hawaii helicopter tour.What do you expect to see on a Volcano Tour? There are no active lava flows at this time so just be sure your expectations are realistic before you spend a bunch of time and money. I think a trip to Volcano National Park is worth a trip if you want to see an active volcano. You cannot see flowing.
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From Honolulu we'll fly into Hilo and begin our tour of Hawaii's amazing natural features! On this inter-island excursion, you'll visit Rainbow Falls and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. There you will discover the diversity plant and wildlife within a stone's throw from the world's most active volcano, Mt. Kilauea.Read More
Embark on a one-day tour from Oahu to the Big Island to visit the most famous volcano of Hawaii, Kilauea Crater. All packages include round-trip airfare and a guided tour! Hawaii Volcanoes National Park offers a great way to experience the unique geological conditions of the Hawaii and welcomes visitors of all ages.Read More
Travelogue of our trip to Honolulu and Waikiki Beach (Island of Oahu). We visited Hawaii during our 6 month trip around the world.Read More
The Big Island is practically synonymous with volcanoes. While it’s best known for Kilauea, the volcano that made international news when it erupted in 2018, the island is actually home to five volcanoes, two of which are still active today.Read More
Hawaii’s most active volcano, Mt. Kilauea, is located in Volcano National Park, where you can witness sulphur as it rises into the sky from the live caldera. For a slower pace, indulge in a picnic lunch at Maui’s winery and take in panoramic views of the Haleakala crater. Or perhaps you'd like to join a volcano tour which includes visiting breathtaking waterfalls, or swimming in heated.Read More
Choose an optional helicopter ride for a bird’s-eye view of Kilauea Volcano’s active areas, ranging from surface flows to skylights to bubbling lava. After a brief return to Hilo’s airport, you may consider taking to the skies again for an exploration of Hawaii’s lush rainforest and Hamakua coastline. For those who prefer to stay a little more grounded, discover the historic city of.Read More
This tour packs a lot into a very full day so it’s perfect for visitors who are short on time but want to see another island. See an active volcano, look for sea turtles on a black sand beach, and sample Hawaiian specialties like Kona coffee and locally grown macadamia nuts.Read More
From lush ancient Hawaiian rainforests to dynamic lava landscapes, you will experience a variety of microclimates, huge craters, stand by steaming vents, walk through a lava tube, and if Madame Pele (the Volcano Goddess) allows, you’ll see active lava flows pouring into the Pacific Ocean. Bike as much or as little of this majestic tour, a support van will always be close by.Read More
Offered by Polynesian Adventure Tours, the Big Island of Hawaii Volcano Adventure Tour features an exciting day of exploring the East side of Hawaii Island. Guests of all ages can experience the Jagger Museum, Thurston Lava Tube, and Kilauea Ika Crater. The tour also includes admission to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, round-trip transportation to Hilo hotels and the airport, and more.Read More