The Two Hawaii Big Island Tours You Would Regret Missing
Big Island Snorkeling and Big Island Boat Tours
Discover 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 is tailored to snorkelers of all experience levels, and all of the equipment needed is included in your tour. Just bring a swim suit or, if you prefer, spend time under the covered awnings looking out over the beauty of the Hawaiian Islands in the morning sun. Both a continental breakfast and deli lunch buffet are served on board, as well as tropical juices, drinks, and a no-host bar for guests 21 year of age.
Big Island Volcano Tour
Complete your visit to the island of fire and water with a tour of the only active volcano in the United States at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Mt. Kilauea, erupting continuously for over thirty years, continues to build up the Big Island and visitors regularly are able to see flowing lava and the beautiful red glow of volcanic activity from safe paths out of the way of danger. From updated coach busses visitors with Discover Hawaii Tours are also taken to the most impressive sites in the park, including natural volcanic wonders like the Halema’uma’u Crater Overlook, Kilauea Iki Overlook, and the eerie Thurston Lava Tube. No other tour in the country offers such a close peak at such a geological wonder, excepting perhaps the Big Island Volcano Helicopter Tours that Discover Hawaii Tours offers as well!
Round out the tour with a coach ride through some of the other natural wonders of the big island, including some of the most famous and beautiful Big Island Waterfalls at Hilo, Black Sand beaches, historic Banyan Drive, and Queen Lydia’s Liliuokalani Gardens.
However, seats on these tours are limited so make sure to book your Big Island Snorkeling and boating trip or volcano eco tours today! Contact us online or call us at 808-670-3743.
Written By: Leo Malagon