Special Tour to Transfer Station Apaa Street, Pahoa, Hawaii, June 27 Lava Flow, October 2014

Hawaii Outdoor Guides started the first tour to the now accessible and well known Transfer Station at Apaa Street in Pahoa, Hawaii, where guests on a small group tour can get a close up view of the  June 27 lava flow that has shut down the Transfer Station in October 2014. For up-to-date information and availability regarding [...] read more

Q&A Friday, November 14

Aloha! Join us this Friday, November 14 to “talk story” with Hawaii Outdoor Guides during an hour-long Facebook chat! 8a HST; 10a PT; 1p EST (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = "//connect.facebook.net/en_US/all.js#xfbml=1"; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk')); Post by Hawaii Outdoor [...] read more

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is 98 years old

Happy Birthday to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and the NPS! The national park was established in 1916 and since 1921 the park recorded about 77,580,739 visitors until 2013. Our guides are celebrating the anniversary by sharing the park’s unique geologic, botanical, cultural, and historic sites with today’s Volcano Tour guests. Happy sharing and exploring! read more

On August 26th, 2014, posted in: Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Uncategorized by K

Iselle and Julio visiting Hawaii

Hawaii is preparing for strong winds, heavy rains, and flash floods from hurricanes Iselle and Julio. For current conditions and more information about tour schedules, please call our office at 808 937 5472. Here are some images of Julio, the hurricane that is following Iselle, taken from the International Space Station on the evening of [...] read more

On August 8th, 2014, posted in: Hawaii Travel, Hawaii travel photography nature, Hawaii weather by K

Endangered Hawaiian Monk Seal at Kahaluu in Kailua Kona

  It is believed that there are only 1000 seals left! The Hawaiian monk seal is one out of only two endemic mammals in Hawaii and research shows that they have been in the waters around Hawaii for millions of years! This makes them the oldest seal species on the planet. The average seal can [...] read more