1-Day Akaka Fall, Kalapana Tour from Hilo

  • Tour code: 447-5935
  • Available: Daily(10/08/2017-12/31/2018)
  • Depart from: Hilo, HI
  • Duration: 1 Day
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Highlights:

Visit Hilo, HI (Akaka Falls State Park, HI, Kalapana Black Sand Beach, HI, Kapoho Tide Pools, HI, Lava Trees State Park, HI, Nani Mau Gardens, HI).

Special Remarks:

  • A unique hot spring that made up of cool seawater and hot geothermal water.

  • Free round-trip transportation from Hilo hotels, pier, and airport.

  • Pricing Details

    Adult:$95
    Child:$80
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    • Child Price: Child price applies to those who are 3-12 years old.

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    • Day 1 Hilo
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    Day 1 Hilo

    In the morning, we will visit Akaka Falls to view the 150 meter tall waterfalls deep within the lush Hawaiian tropical forest. Then, we will visit the Farmer's Market in downtown Hilo before continuing to the Nani Mau Gardens. Next, we will continue to Lava Trees State Park, where we will be able to see trees petrified under rocks formed by lava. After that, we will continue to the Kapoho Ahalanui Hot Pond, where cool ocean water and a geothermal spring mix at the edge of the shore. Then, we will move on to Kalapana, where one of the island's most famous beaches has been destroyed by flowing lava. At the end of the new coastline, we will see a black sand beach.

    Hilo is the largest city, census-designated place (CDP), and settlement in Hawaii County, Hawaii, which encompasses the Island of Hawai'i. Hilo is the county seat of the County of Hawai'i and is located in the District of South Hilo.

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      'Akaka Falls State Park is one of the many parks on the Island of Hawaii, just outside the city of Hilo. The park is named for the ʻAkaka Falls, a 422-foot-tall waterfall on Kolekole Stream in an eroded gorge.
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      The Nani Mau Gardens in Hilo, Hawaii are commercial botanical gardens established by Makato Nitahara in 1972. The gardens contain more than two thousand plants as well as a botanical museums focused on history and conservation efforts.
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      This peculiar park in the Nanawale Forest Reserve gets its name from rock formations formed by lava that surrounded and killed trees when it oozed through the area in 1790. A circular 0.7-mile footpath winds through the park.
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      The Kapoho Tide Pools are a series of volcanically-heated thermal pools in Kapoho on the eastern tip of the Island of Hawaii. Some locals even have them on their property for use as natural hot tubs and pools.
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      Kalapana Black Sand Beach is a volcanic beach that is also an actively erupting area. The Kalapana Lava Viewing Area allows visitors to see the volcano's activity from a safe distance and watch smoke billow up from the water.

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