Choose Koko Head Crater for an Early Morning Hike
There’s usually an early bird in every bunch, and Discover Hawaii Tours is ready and willing to help make that early bird happy while others get to sleep in. Tell the early bird in your family or vacation group about the early morning hiking tours available with Discover Hawaii Tours! If you’re the early bird or if you just like to enjoy the rigor of an early morning exercise, look no further than the Koko Head Crater Sunrise Hike with Discover Hawaii Tours.
The hiking trails Hawaii has to offer are numerous and incredible. The well-kept trail on the Koko Head Crater Sunrise Hike takes visitors directly up to the rim of the crater, where they can experience the dazzling show of a sparkling sunrise over the Pacific Ocean. Dust off your hiking shoes Hawaii and the sun waits for no one! This tour leaves promptly at 4:30 in the morning so that hikers can take full advantage of the cool early morning air and be at the best vantage point for enjoying the sunrise.
After hiking 1,200 feet in elevation and enjoying the sunrise, your eco-expert tour guide will take you back down the side of the Koko Head Crater and to a few lesser known sites. As they say, the early bird gets the worm, and only those that are willing to rise before the sun will have the advantage of counting these secluded sights among their memories of Hawaiian hiking. You’ll visit the Halona Blowhole, a naturally formed blowhole near the waters’ edge, formed thousands of years ago by volcanic activity on the island. You’ll also visit Halona Cove, where you can explore and even take a quick dip in the cool water to refresh yourself after your hike. You’ll also discover that you’re standing on the very spot where the famous kiss was filmed in From Here to Eternity!
This tour also includes an all-inclusive breakfast so you’ll have energy for all the activities you have planned for the day. Don’t waste any time booking yourself or your other early bird friends and family member a spot on this tour. The tour is popular and spots are limited, so make sure that you book with Discover Hawaii Tours today!
Written By: Leo Malagon