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Big Island Volcano & Dinner Tour

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Duration: 11 Hours approx (12pm – 11pm)

Take in expansive views of the Kona coastline on your way to sample some of the island’s finest homegrown coffees and locally-made Hawaiian sweetbreads and malasadas. Then, dip your feet in a black sand beach before our tour climbs 4000 feet to visit Hawaii Volcanoes National Park where you’ll see some of the world’s most unique geological landscapes. We end the day with a 3-course dinner, then head back to Kona over Saddle Road under the stars of the Milky Way.

Points of Interest: Premium Kona Coffee farm, Punalu’u Bake Shop, Punalu’u Black Sand Beach, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kilauea Caldera, Chain of Craters Road, Visitor Center, Steam Vents, and Saddle Road. *Locations Subject to Change

Tour Description: See the volcano at night! Travel in style and comfort with Big Island’s Premier Tour Company – Kailani Tours. Cruise along the scenic Kona coastline on your way to Hawaii’s most active volcano – Kilauea! Sample Kona coffee, visit Punalu’u Black Sand Beach, and explore all that Hawaii Volcanoes National Park has to offer. Features of this tour include everything from our first class beverage and towel service, exceptional food selections, and our incredibly knowledgeable guides. This luxury tour highlights the eruption of Kilauea at night, shows off several natural wonders of the island, and treats guests to an incredibly indulgent touring experience. This unique and unforgettable tour provides the most comprehensive exploration of Kilauea Volcano’s past, present and future.

Includes: English-speaking driver/guide, Mercedes 15 passenger mini-coach, umbrellas in the event of rain, hot and cold towel service, 3-course dinner, bottled water, bottled juice, rain and parka jackets, scented hand towels, and hot beverage. This tour has a maximum of 13 passengers to provide plenty of headroom in the cabin and comes with a state-of-the-art audio and visual public address package.

What to Bring: Sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat, camera, and a hat (optional). We recommend bringing a small backpack or tote bag as there is plenty of room in our spacious cabin.

What to Wear: Although Hawaii is home to the endless summer, there are places and times where the temperature can drop substantially. Weather can change dramatically from hot and humid to cool and wet conditions. Kailani Tours Hawaii recommends wearing comfortable footwear, a hat and sunglasses, and shorts or long pants. Comfortable and light clothing is recommended. Jackets will be provided in the event of cooler temperatures or inclement weather.