Frequently asked Hawaii travel questions

On February 1st, 2015, posted in: Hawaii Travel by K

Lava Tube Tours


Thurston Lava Tube (Nahuku) is not the only lava tube but it is by far the Big Island’s most popular lava tube. The lava tube is part of our guided volcano tours and the short round trip hike is about 1/3 mile long and takes about 15 minutes. Before we reach the entrance to the [...] read more

On February 1st, 2015, posted in: Hawaii Volcano Tour by K

Fun Fact Friday

The Alenuihaha channel between the Big Island (Upolu Point) and Maui (Puhilele Point) is 29.6 miles wide and 6810 feet deep. Between the main islands, only the Kauai channel is wider and deeper. read more

On January 31st, 2015, posted in: Hawaii Volcano Hiking Guide Tour by K

Small Group Volcano Island Tour


Get ready for the beautiful scenery that can be found on a Small Group Volcano Tour! Looking for a way to see the island that includes more than staring out the window? This tour is the active guest who enjoys short hikes that allow you to see, smell, and hear what the island of Hawaii [...] read more

On January 22nd, 2015, posted in: Hawaii Volcano Hiking Guide Tour by K

Fun Fact Friday

The state of Hawaii includes the 8 main islands and 124 small islands, shoals, and reefs. read more

On January 16th, 2015, posted in: Hawaii Volcano Hiking Guide Tour by K

Hawaii Christmas Snow 2014


Mauna Kea 13,796 ft (4,205 m) (seen in the background) and Mauna Loa 13,678 ft (4,169 m) on the Big Island of Hawaii were the only mountains in the country that received snow on Christmas this year. #sugarcoating #Aloha read more

On January 5th, 2015, posted in: Hawaii Volcano Hiking Guide Tour by K

Glow show #iphone


On December 30th, 2014, posted in: Hawaii Volcano Hiking Guide Tour by K

Superlatively sweet #aloha


On December 30th, 2014, posted in: Hawaii Volcano Hiking Guide Tour by K