Year round Boat Volcano Tours to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park;s hidden coastline, a geological masterpiece forming as you read this. This volcanic coastine is full of amazing Hawaii sights only seen on a Lava Ocean Adventures Hawaii Volcano Tour.
Volcano Boat Tours – 2+ HOURS – Up to 30 miles of coast
Regular Adult: $133 Online Adult: $125
Regular Children: $107 Online Children: $100
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Discover East Hawaii’s stunning volcanic coastline on a 2+ hour 30 mile guided boat excursions along the scenic Puna coast shoreline. Located outside the town of Hilo beneath Volcano Kilauea, a unique Hawaii adventure tour awaits you on our year round Volcano Boat Tour. See Hawaii Volcanoes National Park's historic geologic formations (lava tubes, sea arches, black sand beaches and much more). A Big Island tour not to be missed!!!
Experience the aftermath from recent lava flows as Hawaii Volcano Kilauea continues to erupt. Witness the settling lava benches from recent 2011 volcanic activity. This Big Island boat tour reveals panoramic views of Big Island Volcanoes(Kilauea, Mauna Kea, Mauna Loa), Volcanic Black Sand Beaches, Unique Lava Tubes, Pristine Marine Life, Historic Lavascapes, Lush Junglescapes while cruising along the Historical Kalapana coast filled with scenic beauty.
Come get some Big Island love on board one of our world class catamarans. The US Coast Guard inspected 34ft 24 passenger catamaran "LavaKai" is the ultimate way to explore East Hawaii's remote Big Island destinations. Her sister ship the "Kue'wa" is a 27ft Grady White is designed for private touring & group tours up to 6 passengers.
Every new day in Hawaii begins right here along the scenic Puna coastline. This complete volcano tour affords you unique views of past & present Kilauea volcano eruptions including a front row seat to see red hot lava sizzling into the sea (when flowing) and goes beyond to reveal & discover unique geographic formations including frozen rivers of fire, lava falls cascading 100's of feet, ocean lava tubes, ever changing sea arches, newly forming beaches, bench cracks & landslides happening along Hawaii Volcanoes National Park coastline. While boating along the scenic East Hawaii Coastline island treasures to keep an eye out for include 3 unique black sand beaches Kalapana (flowed over in 1989 now reforming), Kehena (formed by 1955 ocean lava flows), & Foxes beach which was flowed over on July 25th 2010. This extensive tour covers close to 30 miles round revealing a buffet of Big Island highlights see current eruption activity, rainbows, and an array of marine life which can include, dolphins, flying fish (Malolo), seabirds, Hawaiian Sea Turtles &; even Humpback Whales (Dec-May). Boating conditions, weather conditions, and marine life sightseeing are usually best during the morning in East Hawaii.
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