The Kilauea volcano’s Halema’uma’u lava lake level was about 80 feet below the crater floor and lava lapped over the inner ledge of its vent, reaching a new high and bring molten rock closer than ever to the floor of the crater. More about the story here: Hawaiian Lava Lake Hits New Record High – [...]
We frequently encounter these beautiful protected sea creatures during our Volcano Tour with pickup from the Kona side. This Green Sea turtle (honu) is basking in the sun on a black sand beach in Hawaii. If you look closely, you can see a tag on the turtle’s front right side. One must stay away several [...]
Enjoy the beauty of Hawaii and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the “Volcano Tour + iPad” starting from Kona. More information about the tour: http://hawaiioutdoorguides.com/tours/tour-kilauea-volcano/
Hawaii volcano tours with lava viewing are highly recommended during a visit to the Big Island of Hawaii. But it is not just the glowing lava that attracts so many visitors each year. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is an island within the island. It harbors numerous native plants, birds, and animals. Here is a short [...]
During the Volcano Tour + iPad we hike through Thurston Lava tube (Nahuku) where you will have a chance to explore the inside of the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. More information about the Volcano Tour + iPad. More information about Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
The Kings’ Trail also know as the Mamalahoa Trail, is a rugged lava road that was built between 1836 and 1855 and extended around most of the island connecting many villages. On our Volcano Tour + iPad, we go on a short hike along this beautiful and historic trail.