Volcano Tours: Hawaii and Mother Nature

On the Big Island of Hawaii, volcano activity fascinates visitors every day at the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. On one of our volcano tours, Hawaii comes to life as Mother Nature shows off her most marvelous achievements. Tropical rain forests, underground lava tubes, beautiful black sand beaches, and of course, the volcano itself, Mount Kilauea. What do you see on a volcano tour in Hawaii? Let’s take a look:

Thurston Lava Tube

One of the Big Island’s most fascination places is the Thurston Lava Tube, an underground tunnel made from flowing lava whose outer edges crusted, forming a tube. Today, visitors can tour the damp, dimly lit walkway for an otherworldly experience of Mother Nature’s amazing feats in Hawaii. Tip: bring a tripod when you tour the Thurston Lava Tube. Explore this natural wonder on your trip, click here.

Halemaumau Crater

One of the most iconic sights to see at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is the Halemaumau Crater, best viewed from this overlook. Depending on the volcanic activity on the Big Island, Halemaumau Crater can produce awe-inspiring plumes. Have you marked Halemaumau Crater for your checklist of things to do on your volcano tour? Make you sure do, we can help.

Mount Kilauea

Kilauea is one of the most active volcanoes on the planet. Of all the volcanoes on the Big Island of Hawaii, Kilauea is the youngest compared to Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa. Encompasses a world of diverse, natural beauty, Kilauea is home to some of Hawaii’s best sightseeing. If you want to learn more about Kilauea, visit the Jaggar Museum on your volcano tour. Hawaii calls, book your volcano tour today! Book Your Tour Now

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