Guided Hawaii Lava Tours on the Big Island Current Hawaii Lava Hike Update –
Current Hawaii Lava Hike Update –Lava flowing from the east rift zone, the Pu`u `O`o vent continued feeding lava flows. More info available on current Kilauea Volcano updates on Hawaii Volcanoes National Parks USGS website.
Extreme Lava Hikes in Hawaii offer Great Surface lava flow action right now, safely get a personal up close view of lava. How close, as close as your body can handle? If you can’t feel the heat you weren’t close enough.
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Lava Hike Adventure to see Lava in Hawaii below
Schedule: Hawaii lava hikes depart near Hawaii Volcanoes National Park in Volcano
Tour Rating: Advanced; guests need to be at least 12 years old and in excellent physical condition.
Group Size:Small groups under 8 per tour
Restrictions: Guests need to be able to hike on uneven rocky & muddy terrain for an extended amount of time. 12-14 mile hike
What to Bring & Wear: Lunch Sandwich, Snacks, Comfortable Hiking shoes(sneakers or hiking boots), 2 pairs of long socks, long pants suggested, a sleeved shirt, light jacket, hat. Bring a spare change of clothes for after tour will get muddy.
Lava Hikes in Hawaii at this time are an extreme hike over rough lava terrain, muddy jungle conditions, over lava cracks, under fallen trees, and can include hiking up steep trail grades. We do not recommend this tour for children under 12 years of age, those with recent leg or foot injuries, or any other health problems that may be aggravated by a rigorous hiking please consult your doctor before booking. Our lava hikes cover a vast amount of terrain anywhere from 12-14 miles per trip, call for recent conditions.
Lava Hikes walk you to See Lava on the Big Island of Hawaii flowing from Volcano Kilauea.
Join us on this Big Island real lava adventure in Hawaii to visit Madame Pele’s rivers of fire. Walk over recent lava flows and feel the heat as our volcano guides lead you to experience the ever changing lava flows from the Kilauea Volcano. Feel the heat under your feet, hear the crackling of the lava while keeping an eye out for surface outbreaks. This is an experience you don’t want to miss!