Are you physically active, injury-free and ready for adventure?
Strap up and trek with us to experience a unique Hawaii Volcanoes Lava
Schedule: Lava hikes depart at 4:00AM and 4:00PM daily. Tour varies 4-6 hours round trip, and will cover approx. 6 miles of hiking (2.5-3.0 mi. each way) over moderate to advanced lava terrain. Check-in location is in Kalapana at the end of HI-130; Your guide(s) will meet you at the GUARD SHACK near "access restricted" sign at the end of HI-130.
Tour Rating: Moderate to Advanced Hike; guests need to be 7 years and older. Tour still operates in light to moderate rainfall.
We Provide: Walking sticks, and emergency water. This is a Hawaii Volcano Lava Tour from local lava guides highlighting Kilauea Volcano. Your hike will bring you out to experience glowing Pahoehoe or A'a lava flows up close and personal. With your safety always our guides priority, our tour will bring you within feet of an advancing lava flow! Experience the birth of mother nature and witness molten hot lava up close...creeping and inching toward the sea.
Prices: $125.00 per adult guest, $100.00 per child (7-12) taxes included. Multiple guides available.
Restrictions: Guests need to be able to hike on uneven rocky lava field terrain for an extended amount of time. Good physical condition and injury-free participants a must. Ability and age restrictions are observed at check-in where we reserve the right to refuse a tour participant due to physical inability. No pregnancies or medically fragile participants allowed.
What to Bring & Wear: Covered hiking boots or sneakers, flashlight and at least 2 liters of drinking water per person required. Long pants, sleeved shirt and gloves highly recommended. Backpacks are permitted, along with a light jacket and poncho; Other things to consider: Food and snacks, cameras, sunscreen, bugspray and sunglasses. REMINDER: PLEASE ALWAYS "MALAMA KA AINA" WHEREVER YOU GO! (take care of our island, and do not litter)
Call us Toll-Free at 1-866-478-4044 to schedule a Volcano Hiking Tour to see lava in Hawaii