Hawaii Volcano Tour

Hawaii Volcano Tour Reservations include Premier Mini Coach Service from Waikiki with round trip air transportation included.

Hawaii Volcano Tours Reservations can also be made from Maui.

Rates includes tax and subject to change

key Make your Reservation early. from Waikiki Hotels.
Phone Reservation 808 946 1000.

Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano have captured the world's imagination. This fully narrated excursion features the closest approach to the recent lava flows allowed by Civil Defense and local authorities. Currently Civil Defense has closed the viewing of the lava flows for safety reasons.

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Hawaii Volcano Tour's special tour also visits Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and the Hilo area.

Macadamia Nut Factory
Hawaii Volcanoes National Perk
Orchid & Anthurium Nursery
Thurston Lava Tube
Jagger Museum
Volcano House
Fern Tree Jungle
ilauea Iki Crater
Steam Bluffs & Crater Drive
Rainbow Falls

Hawaii's Volcano Lava viewing conditions change daily. On occasion, the best approach involves hiking (distance varies over rough, uneven, lava surfaces. Passengers with asthma and other respiratory problems should please consider our H1 Tour to avoid potential health problems resulting from exposure to fumes.

Very young children discouraged. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park admission included. A light sweater may be needed at the volcano area. Sturdy walking shoes required. As we cannot predict volcanic activity, features may vary daily depending on conditions. In an effort to make this an unforgettable experience, we will take you as close as possible to the volcanic activity.

Please read the following cautionary comments before selecting this tour.

When lava enters the ocean the intense heat produces a plume cloud with dangerous and potentially life threatening toxic gases, super heated steam and hydrochloric acid. Airborne particles are a hazard to your eyes and lungs. Watch for shifting winds that can blow acid mist clouds over you. Leave the area at once.

Where lava enters the ocean the coastline is extended. This new surface is unstable and may collapse at any time without warning. Do not approach areas where lava is entering the ocean.

Sharp lava, cracks and holes, loose rock, and thin crust greatly increase your risk of getting hurt. Falling on lava can result in nasty wounds. Wear sturdy walking shoes. Use sunscreen, wear a hat, and drink plenty of fluids.

If inland flows are present, and you use caution, you may have an opportunity to view fresh lava close up. Follow marked routes and your guides' instructions. Molten lava is about 2000 degree F. Keep a safe distance and never go into areas where your escape route may be cut off. Do not throw objects info lava as this can cause burns from spattering lava or eye injuries from airborne volcanic glass fragments.


All passengers will be required to sign a release or liability form before leaving the airport on H2 tour.

Latest Update as of February 20, 2008:

Here is the latest update on the lava viewing conditions of Kilauea on the Big Island, Hawaii.

A diversion in the lava path, beginning in July 2007, has emerged east of Pu'u O'o. This is outside of tie Hawaii National Park in a very remote area. Currently there is lava flowing above ground, however due to its remote location, is NOT accessible for viewing. The entire area is closed to all access for safety concerns. The lava flow is not accessible from any hike or drive-in area. The flow can only be seen by helicopter.

With the right weather conditions there is a possibility of seeing a faint red glow, and or steam from the old Kalapana black sand beach This stop is just one of many on our H2 Volcano National Park.

All Transportation provided:
Waikiki Hotel Pickup around 5:30 AM.
Tour returns to Waikiki at approximately 8:00 PM.

Limited Space.... so make your reservations early.

After you make your reservation we will send you back the confirmation numbers for this adventure package.

key Make your Reservation early.
from Waikiki Hotels.
Phone Reservation toll free number is 808 946 1000.

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