What’s the best tour to study weather and climate in Hawaii?

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! We’re more than happy to answer any of your questions, whether you want to learn how to say “Happy New Year” in Hawaiian, any number of North Shore Beaches, delicious Maui-grown coffee, or the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center. Here’s a few recommendations for learning more about Hawaii’s climate and weather:

One-Day Hawaii Volcano Eco from Oahu Tour (33W)

The Big Island features snowy mountains, deserts, tropical forests, and a volcanic landscape at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Plus, roundtrip airfare is included if you’re coming from a neighbor island!
Destinations include:

Oahu Hidden Waterfall Eco-Adventure Hike Tour (E16A)

If you’re looking for less expensive tour, check out the Hidden Waterfall Hike on Oahu. You’ll walk through the rainforest below the towering Ko’olau Mountains, where you will find native Hawaiian plants, wild animals, and a lush, tropical climate.
Highlights include:
  • Hidden Likeke Falls
  • Learn Hawaii’s Unique Ecology
  • Exotic Birds of Hawaii
  • Historic (and windy) Nu’uanu Pali Lookout
  • Endemic Tropical Plants & Flowers
  • Complimentary Water & walking stick on the hike

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