• Min. 4 Pax
  • Volcano N.P. (Halemaumau crater, Kilauea Iki Crater), Macadamia Nut Factory, Nanimau Garden, Richardson Black Sand Beach, Rainbow Falls
  • Tours Will Be Conducted by Chinese / English Speaking Tour Guide.

*Price surcharge during holidays, please check website.*

Day 1 - Hometown - Big Island Hilo

Arrive in Hilo. Meet the tour guide at Hilo Airport, and transfer to an ocean view hotel. Passengers arrive by noon, at your own expense, can take zip-line) or (Mauna Kea Observatories).
酒店: Grand Naniloa hotel Doubletree by Hilton

Day 2 - Volcano N.P. (Kilauea Visitor Center - Steam Vent - Halemaumau Crater - Kilauea Iki Crater - 1974 Lava Flow) - Macadamia Nut Factory - Richardson

Tour  starts  with  Volcano  National  Park,  first  stop  at  the  visitor  center  to  learn about  Kilauea  Volcano  from  exhibits,  then  tour  around  Kilauea  Volcano  Rim  find  the  Halemaumau  crater  with  vol-canic  gas  cloud,  and  tranquil  Kilauea  Iki  crater  and  Lua  Manu  crater.  Then  checkout some geothermal steam vents, Next  stop  at  the  Hawaiian  Nut  Factory,  you  will  be  greeted  by  a  huge  volcanic  plantation, try varieties flavors of Hawai-ian nuts.  Then drive to Richardson Black Sand  Beach,  find  huge  Hawaiian  green turtles basking on the beach. Drive thru the  Bayan  drive,  see  some  big  banyan  trees planted by previous US Presidents for Hawaii, arrive at Wailuku River State park   checkout   the   Rainbow   Falls,   a   80-mile-high  waterfall  is  named  for  the  rainbow  formed  in  the  surrounding  mist  and then return to Hilo Hotel
酒店: Grand Naniloa hotel Doubletree by Hilton

Day 3 - Akaka Falls-orchard Farmhouse-lava Trees State Park-kalapana Black Sand Beac

In  the  morning  leave  for  the  Akaka  Falls  and  view  the  150  meters  long  waterfalls    &    experience    Hawaiian    lash  tropical  forest.  Visit  Waipio  val-ley, driving tour thru the luxurious resi-dential  area  in  Hilo,  visit  an  orchard  farm  where  you  could  pick  and  pluck  some  fresh  tropical  fruits  or  stop  by  at  farmers  market  searching  for  sea-sonal  fruits.    Drive  to  Pahoa,  you  can  see  lava  destroyed  sites  and  cracked  road  in  this  small  town;  then  arrive  at  the  Lava  Tree  State  Park,  checkout  the  remnants  tree  trunks  molded  with  solidified  lava,  formed  when  lava  flow swept through in 1790 eruption.  After that  visit  Kalapana,  formally  a  Hawai-ian fishing village, now a piece of lava land formed from 1990 eruption.  Back to Hilo, stroll at the Lilioukalani park in Hilo, look for the statue of King Kame-hameha before transfer to the airport. (book flight after 7:00PM)


  • Internationa air ticket, meals
  • Service fee  at $10 per person.
  • Zip-line, Mauna Kea Observatories

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