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Hawaii Island Experience

Hawaii Island Experience - Honaunau, United States
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Duration: 12 hours
Location: Honaunau, United States

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$234.37

Circle the island on this all encompassing tour that gives you a greater understanding of Hawaii Island life and the people and places that make up this beautiful land. Learn how the geologic makeup of the island is connected to Hawaii's ancient cultural past.

Tours depart daily from the Kona/Waikoloa areas at 6:00 AM ... More info ›

Circle the island on this all encompassing tour that gives you a greater understanding of Hawaii Island life and the people and places that make up this beautiful land. Learn how the geologic makeup of the island is connected to Hawaii's ancient cultural past.

Tours depart daily from the Kona/Waikoloa areas at 6:00 AM. We then make our way South through Kona and along highway 11 to Pu’uhonua O Honaunau National Historic Park. Home to some of the Hawaii’s most significant traditional Hawaiian sites on the islands. Our first stop is here for a continental breakfast and to learn more about this ancient site.
After exploring this sacred site our journey continues South to Punulu’u Black Sand Beach for views of the endangered green sea turtles (Honu) sunning themselves on the warm black beach. Less than an hour away is Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Upon arriving at the park the group will get a front row view of the current eruption of Kilauea volcano. We then take time to explore the park with short hike to learn more about Hawaii’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site and geologic wonder. Before leaving we break for lunch and a chance for souvenir shopping.
Continuing on highway 11 takes us to Hawaii’s second largest city, Hilo. Guests will be treated to quick tour of this historic area along with a stop at beautiful Rainbow Falls.
The next part of our journey along the Hamakua coast (hwy 19), is one of the most beautiful drives on the island. Sites to look forward to along the way can include Onomea Bay, Laupahoehoe State Park, The Hawaiian Vanilla Company, and the Waipio Valley Lookout.
As our circle island journey comes to a close we make our way through Waimea and down to Kawaihae and the Kohala coast. A final stop at Pu’ukohola Heiau is where we bring our day to a close before the short drive back to the hotel.
Tour length is 12 hours.

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Viator VIP: The Sunset Experience Helicopter Tour from Kona

Viator VIP: The Sunset Experience Helicopter Tour from Kona - Kona, Hawaii
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Kona, Hawaii

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$750.00

See the breathtaking landscapes of the Big Island of Hawaii like a VIP on this unforgettable helicopter tour from Kona. Home to some of the most biologically diverse and dramatic natural features on the planet (volcanoes, beaches, rainforest, lava fields, waterfalls… need we go on?), the Big Island was made for helicopter tours, and this one is particularly wonderful, as it includes a Champagne toast, is perfectly timed with the sunset and is a whopping two hours long ... More info ›

See the breathtaking landscapes of the Big Island of Hawaii like a VIP on this unforgettable helicopter tour from Kona. Home to some of the most biologically diverse and dramatic natural features on the planet (volcanoes, beaches, rainforest, lava fields, waterfalls… need we go on?), the Big Island was made for helicopter tours, and this one is particularly wonderful, as it includes a Champagne toast, is perfectly timed with the sunset and is a whopping two hours long. Circle the whole island, from the Hamakua Coast to Kilauea, enjoying the amazing aerial views. This exclusive Viator experience can’t be booked anywhere else!

After hotel pickup, head to the Kona airport to begin your VIP helicopter tour over the Big Island. When you arrive, enjoy a traditional lei greeting and glass of Champagne to mark the occasion. Then board your comfortable Bell 407 helicopter and take off, heading north to fly over the secluded beaches and lava fields along the Kona, Kohala and Hamakua coasts. Throughout the tour, listen to commentary from your pilot, who you can communicate with via your two-way headset.
Next, fly to the far side of the Kohala Mountains to look down on a series of lush hidden valleys, and then cruise down to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park to hover over Mauna Loa, the largest volcano on Earth, and Kilauea, the most active of the Big Island’s volcanoes. By this time, the sun will have fallen behind the mountains, allowing you to spot the glowing lava more easily and admire the magma lake in Halema'uma'u Crater.
Continue to the southern tip of the Big Island, passing over the black-sand beach of Punalu’u and the green-sand beach of Papakolea, two of Hawaii’s most striking stretches of coastline. Round the tip of the island and head back north along the west coast, flying over Pu’uhonua ‘o Honaunau National Historic Park, which once served as a refuge for ancient Hawaiians who broke a law. As you fly from the park to Kealakekua Bay, a couple of miles north, the sun begins to set, creating quite a show.
Watch the sky turn shades of yellow, orange, red and purple, and keep your eyes peeled for the rare flash of green that appears on the horizon when the conditions are just right. When the sky finally turns dark, return to the airport, from where you’ll be transferred back to your hotel.
Flight time is approximately two hours; total duration is approximately three hours including the check-in and pre-departure process.

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Hawaii Big Island Customized Private Tour

Hawaii Big Island Customized Private Tour - Honaunau, United States

Duration: 1 day
Location: Honaunau, United States

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$1145.83

This tour allows full flexibility with a private guide and a spacious, air-conditioned van. Circle the island or spend more time at the places that are more interesting to you.

A private tour on the Big Island of Hawaii is a wonderful way to spend a day ... More info ›

This tour allows full flexibility with a private guide and a spacious, air-conditioned van. Circle the island or spend more time at the places that are more interesting to you.

A private tour on the Big Island of Hawaii is a wonderful way to spend a day. You choose the itinerary, stops and how you would like to spend the day. Your guide will have some recommendations for where to go, what to see, and where to eat.
This tour can include places in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park or Pu'uhonua O Honaunau (Place of Refuge) National park. Guide and ground transportation is included in the cost of a day tour and a tour may take up to 12 hours with as many as 6 guests. This tour can stop at local restaurants or start the tour with a deli stop to bring food on the way.
Popular itineraries include Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, waterfalls, botanical gardens, ziplines (additional cost), the most beautiful beaches on the island, wedding transportation. You only need to book a tour and tell us the things you would like to see and do and a suggested itinerary will be provided. You will have to contact your local operator after making your booking so that they may suggest itineraries for you.

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Ultimate Kona from Coffee to Culture Mercedes Tour

Ultimate Kona from Coffee to Culture Mercedes Tour - Honaunau, United States

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Honaunau, United States

From USD
$590.00

On this 5-hour small-group tour you will visit one of the oldest and most historic coffee farms in Kona from the comfort of an 11 passenger Mercedes van. Travel to a must-see site, the Pu'uhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park, plus the Painted Church, a Catholic cathedral in the Hawaiian jungle ... More info ›

On this 5-hour small-group tour you will visit one of the oldest and most historic coffee farms in Kona from the comfort of an 11 passenger Mercedes van. Travel to a must-see site, the Pu'uhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park, plus the Painted Church, a Catholic cathedral in the Hawaiian jungle. Overlook the Captain Cook Memorial and visit Turtle Lagoon where Honu's Hawaiian green sea turtles can be observed. Includes free photography.

New Mercedes Benz Sprinter 11 passenger van, ride in comfort, DVD Screen large library of Hawaiian Media.
All Tours Operated by: Owner Operator Tour Guide Photographer. The very best small group experience. Photos uploaded to my photo sharing cloud for you to share with family and friends. We use (Smugmug) photo sharing cloud service, where you are provided by email to a link where you can share the Photographs with family and friends.
Unlike regular tours, these Private Small Group Tours offer the discerning customer the ability to see more of the attractions they wish to enjoy. If possible we will make your wish list come true. This often involves showing our guests our Honu (Green Hawaiian Sea Turtle Friends) Along with Back Road Adventures not covered by other tour companies.
Be picked up from the port in the morning and start the tour at one of Kona’s oldest coffee farms, Greenwell Farms, which opened in 1850 and is still run by the Greenwell family. On the farm, located on prime Kona land, you will see coffee trees that are over 100 years old and witness the whole coffee producing process, from tree to cup.
Then, head south to Pu'uhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park. The most intact Pu'uhonua, or native Hawaiian cultural site. This park is without a doubt the one of the most significant Hawaiian Heritage sites in all of the Islands. This is was a place of refuge for those who broke the Kapu, one of the ancient laws, as well as a second chance at life.
Tour the Painted Church, the active St. Benedict Catholic Church, which was moved in 1899 from its original position near the coast line and up the slope 3 miles by Father John Velge of Belgium. He moved the Church and transformed it, creating a Catholic cathedral in the Hawaiian jungle. An amazing achievement that can still be marveled at today.
Next stop is the Kona Pacific Farmer’s Cooperative, the oldest and largest Kona coffee cooperative in the United States, established in 1910. Farmer owned and operated with 32 loyal farmer members who specialize in Kona coffee and now process over two-million pounds of cherry per year. A great place for samples as well as wonderful baked goods from the kitchen using the fruits harvested from the tropical fruit garden. The tropical fruit garden is great to tour with over 50 different fruit trees.
Kealakekua Bay is the bay where Captain Cook fell on February 14th, 1779. View the Cook Monument from across Kealakekua Bay, a protected bay where the great British explorer met his violent death.
Drive through Kona along Ali’i Drive on the way back to the port, viewing the beaches resorts and fabulous homes. Take an optional to visit a Turtle Lagoon where Honu's Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles can be observed.

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