Posts Tagged “33W”
When people think Big Island tours, the first thing they imagine is Kilauea, one of the world’s most active volcanoes. When lava is active, the landscape comes alive as molten rock pours into the Pacific Ocean. It’s truly amazing to watch this in person!
Check out these must-see Big Island attractions, including Kilauea, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, and Hilo Town.
Big Island, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is home to fascinating sites. What do you see on a volcano tour? Hawaii’s best, hands down.
Recently, a teacher from Seattle asked us “which tour in Hawaii is best to study weather and climate of the islands?” Students on a school-related vacation—or, class field trip—can discover Hawaii’s endless opportunities for learning about ecology, geology, marine biology, and so much more!
Here’s a few recommendations to learn about Hawaii’s unique climate.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is a beautiful place to visit, especially when you’re on a Big Island tour with experts who know the landscape, plants, and more.
Our tour 33W takes you to several sightseeing locations on the Big Island of Hawaii, but perhaps the most spectacular is Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. We recently uploaded a number of photos from the National Park to our Flickr account.
I find myself constantly visiting our Hawaii Travel Guide while writing new blog posts, tour descriptions, or just finding helpful information for our customers online. Today I’ll highlight some of my favorite Hawaii destinations in our travel guide.
When enough people believe in something not scientifically proven, a superstition comes to life. Enter Pele, Hawaii’s Goddess of Fire, who fuels the fear that it’s bad luck to take home a lava rock from Hawaii.
The name alone can be quite intimidating: Halema’uma’u Crater. Containing many vowels, 2 apostrophe’s, and no clear direction on how to pronounce the word. The beauty that comes from the Halema’uma’u crater at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, and from actually saying the word, creates a lasting memory of Hawaii. How exactly do you say that [...]
There has been a lot of action on the Big Island lately from the world’s most active volcano, Mt Kilauea. In fact the notorious volcano has created so much buzz, it made international news the past few days. Recent eruptions, right on the Volcanoes National Park, have onlookers mesmerized with an amazing show being put [...]