Frequently asked Questions about Discover Hawaii’s Hawaii Volcano Tours

By Leo Malagon on July 17, 2014 Frequently asked Questions about Discover Hawaii’s Hawaii Volcano ToursWhatever Hawaiian Island you are staying on, you don’t want to miss Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Fortunately Discover Hawaii Tours is offering Hawaii Volcano tours from Maui, Kauai, and Oahu with all-inclusive airfare and coach transportation. Have questions? Check the faq below or call 808-690-9050 to ask yourself.   Q. Where do the tours leave from?A. Volcano Tours Maui leave from Kahului Airport, Volcano tours from Oahu leave from Waikiki with pickup options, and Volcano tours from Kauai leave from Lihue. Be sure to make it to the airport at least an hour beforehand and have Passports or US state identification

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Take a Volcano Tour on the Big Island

By Leo Malagon on July 16, 2014 Take a Volcano Tour on the Big IslandIf you are planning a family vacation to Hawaii, you might be surprised to find many family-friendly options. While Hawaii is known as the perfect honeymoon spot, there is also plenty to do with the whole family. One of these options includes eco-tourism like Big Island lava tours. You can visit Volcanoes National Park and see all amazing things you won’t see in any other part of the US. For the best selection of Hawaiian tours including Big Island waterfalls and helicopter tours, choose Discover Hawaii Tours. Below are a few reasons you should choose a volcano tour on the

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The Two Hawaii Big Island Tours You Would Regret Missing

By Leo Malagon on July 15, 2014 The Two Hawaii Big Island Tours You Would Regret MissingBig Island Snorkeling and Big Island Boat ToursDiscover Hawaii Tours is offering adventures into the warm waters off Kona on a 65-foot state of the art catamaran complete with a 20 foot slide and 15 foot high diving tower! Your tour will involve over two hours of snorkeling through pristine coral reef water filled with more than 600 species of fish and other wildlife including Hawaii Green Sea Turtles and spinner dolphins. These marine sanctuaries are only accessible by boat and include Fantasy Reef, Red Hill, Turtle Heaven, and Dolphin Cove.Don’t worry about knowing what you are doing. This trip

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Eating on Big Island

By Leo Malagon on July 15, 2014 Eating on Big IslandBig Island Hawaii, like all the other Hawaiian Islands, is a lush, warm paradise and a great place to spend a day exploring and come back with a healthy appetite. But what options exist for eating on Big Island, an island that is known more for its volcano tours than its resorts or urban attractions?Well, plenty.Most mornings and early afternoons the Big Island is host to more than a dozen colorful open-air markets with fresh, garden-grown produce at bargain prices. You can easily find for local favorites unique to the islands, including sweet and juicy Ka’u oranges, Puna papayas, cherimoya, poha berries, Hamakua mushrooms, and

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See Wonders: Oahu’s North Shore Tours

By Leo Malagon on July 14, 2014 See Wonders: Oahu’s North Shore ToursWhile there are plenty of things to do in Oahu on each of its shores, the North Shore may be of particular interest because of its many distinctive features and historical significance. One Oahu tours package available through Discover Hawaii Tours is the Discover the North Shore Tour in Oahu. This tour includes a visit to the Pearl Harbor Site, tours of some of the famous North Shore beaches of Oahu, trips to the Dole Pineapple Pavilion and Tropical Farms Coffee Plantation, and more.Visiting the Pearl Harbor site and the World War II Valor in the Pacific national monuments is

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3 Great Activities to Try on the Big Island

By Leo Malagon on July 13, 2014 3 Great Activities to Try on the Big IslandBig Island or Hawai’i Island is notable for being the largest of the Hawaiian Islands, and also the youngest thanks to its mother, the Volcano Kilauea. You don’t want to miss the tours of Volcano Natural Park either. Big Island Volcano Tour guides can frequently provide visitors with views of streams of molten rock flowing down the mountain and sizzling into the sea. You’ll be able to walk on ground younger than you are.But besides the Big Island lava tours, what is there to do for fun on the Big Island? Here’s three ideas.The Kona Coffee FestivalEven if you don’t

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Unique Hawaiian Attractions Available on Oahu

By Leo Malagon on July 12, 2014 Unique Hawaiian Attractions Available on OahuThe island of Oahu isn’t only about the incredible beaches, warm sand, and cool volcanic sights. Oahu has much more to offer as a vacation destination! When you book a tour with Discover Hawaii Tours, you’ll have an amazing array of Hawaiian attractions available to you that show you lesser-known spots on the island of Oahu. You’ll be amazed at all the things to do on Oahu!Kualoa Ranch is a recreation spot that is not to be missed while you visit Oahu. Kualoa Valley, where the ranch is located, has a truly incredible history. The valley was once a sacred

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Dare to Try Oahu Hiking Tours

By Leo Malagon on July 11, 2014 Dare to Try Oahu Hiking ToursHiking is such a fantastic way to discover Hawaii’s beauty and natural wonders! On foot, trekking through rainforests and along beaches, you may feel a deep connection to the natural world around you. Discover Hawaii Tours offers several world-class Oahu hiking tours.First, the Circle Island Tour or the Ultimate Circle Island Eco Adventure Tour is ideal for those who love exploring the planet on foot. You will have the rare chance to discover many places and sites on Oahu that few visitors have the opportunity to see. The Ultimate Circle Island Eco Adventure Tour is led by a friendly, local

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What to Expect From a Circle Island Tour of Oahu

By Leo Malagon on July 10, 2014 What to Expect From a Circle Island Tour of OahuOn the marvelous Circle Island Tour of Oahu, experience all the beautiful, adventurous, and hidden sites and activities that Oahu has to offer with your friendly, local guide. This tour is designed to expose visitors to the glorious locations that Oahu has to offer but that few tourists ever see or experience. Your Oahu vacation will not be complete without this tour!First, you will visit some of the best local beaches on Oahu, including Waimea Bay, Sunset Beach, and a location known for its Green Sea Turtle population. Many visitors on this tour spot Green Sea Turtles near Waimea Bay

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Beware Pele!

By Leo Malagon on July 10, 2014 Beware Pele!It isn’t often that you run into a Snopes.com article labeling an internet myth “true.” But if you look here you’ll find an article by the popular myth debunking website that does just that!The story involves the most beloved Hawaiian goddess, Pele, the hero of dozens of myths and legends from ancient times and a still commonly referenced figure in music and popular culture. Pele, according to the stories (there are many versions) lives in the Halema’uma’u, or cater, of Mt. Kilauea the Hawaii Volcano.The story, as it goes, is anyone who removes black stones or sand from Pele, who steals

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