Vast, surreal lava fields streaming from towering, massive mountains that rise from the ocean floor; a lush remote valley whose parameters are defined by 1,000-foot walls and whose landscape is punctuated by a myriad of thunderous waterfalls; miles and miles of remote black sand beaches—this is the Big Island of Hawaii and that’s where we are headed.
Our tours start at just $50/Person and begin in the parking area of the Kalapana Lava Flow itself - at the end, the very end, of Highway 130 - just past the town of Pahoa, on the southeast side of the Big Island of Hawaii.
Not only can we put you on a boat ( by visiting the LavaBoat link ), but I can also provide you with a local Hawaiian guide to walk you to and through the Lava Flow at Kalapana!! Now this guide is more than a guide. He is a local, born andr raised here - with stories, folklore and more - providing for a walking tour of the lava flow that is beyond your expectations. The experience will be a magical one...
Don't forget your camera! If you plan to view the lava flows after dusk, remember to bring one flashlight per person.
Wear comfortable shoes and socks - sturdy support or hiking boots are recommended. Do not wear open toed shoes! The terrain is rough and it is easy to twist an ankle.
For those who love a challenge or have a specific walk or date in mind, custom tours may be availabe, such as Waipio Valley and Waimanu Valley.
Minimum numbers &/or additional costs may be involved.
All hikes have a minimum of 2 persons. Please note that food is not supplied on day treks, however Lunches or dinners can be arranged
Our Hikes are modelled on supplying clients with quality, well serviced tours. We recommend the following:
Lunches and Dinners for Hikes can be brought or you may include them on your tour for an additional cost per person. Lunches need to be ordered the afternoon prior to Hike departure. They will be available on the Hike.
Click on the Island for a Google Map to the Hike site: