Hilo - Volcanoes National Park - Wailuku River State Park
In the morning we will go to visit the Volcanoes National Park
. After, we will visit the Akatsuka Orchid Garden
and a Macadamia Nut Farm
. In the afternoon we will spend time at Richardson Beach Park
and Wailuku River State Park
. We will also see the Rainbow Falls
From 1/1/2020 on, we will make the adjustment to the tour itinerary as following:
Today we will fistly take a Hilo City tour. Afterwards we will head to the Volcano Natitonal Park for the rest day.
Hilo is the largest city, census-designated place (CDP), and settlement in Hawaii County, Hawaii, which encompasses the Island of Hawai'i. Hilo is the county seat of the County of Hawai'i and is located in the District of South Hilo.
Volcanoes National Park
Volcanoes National Park showcases Hawaii's interesting geological history. Near the town of Hilo, Mt. Kilauea, and the Thurston Lava Tube, the park boasts an incredible, dynamic landscape that is often reshaped by local volcanic activity.
Akatsuka Orchid Gardens
The Akatsuka Orchid Gardens on the Big Island of Hawaii are a greenhouse, nursery, and botanical garden that is open to the public for free. There are more than 500 blooming orchids on display for visitors to the complex.
Macadamia Nut Farm
The macadamia nut, although native to Australia, thrives on Hawaii. Many farms and factories offer tours of their facilities that take visitors throw the cultivation process and offer tasty Hawaiian treats.
This impressive waterfall near downtown Hilo, Hawaii is eighty feet tall and almost a hundred feet in diameter. Its ease of access and lack of admission fee make it a popular sight to see for visitors to Hilo.
Richardson Beach Park
Richardson Beach Park is a park located just east of Hilo on Hawaii Island. It is significant for being the only Hilo beach with special volcanic black sand. It was named for Elsa and George Richardson, who lived there.
Wailuku River State Park
The Wailuku River is the longest river both on the Island of Hawaii and in the state of Hawaii. The park is a popular spot for tourists who wish to swim, tube, or just see the sights.
Standard Hotel: 3* Seaside Hilo / Seaside Kona
Deluxe Hotel: 4* Double tree Grand Naniloa Hilo or similar
Pearl Harbor - Mini Circle Island Tour - Honolulu (14 miles)
Today we will visit Pearl Harbor, where we will see the USS Arizona Memorial. Then we will explore Waikiki Beach, where we will get fantastic views of Diamond Head. After that, we will go on a breathtaking trip around the island, visiting Kahala, Halona Blowhole, Makapuu Beach, the Hawaiian Homestead lands, and the Nu'uanu Pali Lookout.
Honolulu is the capital city of Hawaii, and the first stop for tourists from all over the world. Located on the picturesque island of O'ahu, it serves as a gateway into Polynesian culture and history for millions of people.
Pearl Harbor, HI
Pearl Harbor is a lagoon harbor on the island of Oahu, Hawaii, west of Honolulu. Much of the harbor and surrounding lands is a United States Navy deep-water naval base. It is also the headquarters of the United States Pacific Fleet.
USS Arizona Memorial
This memorial in Honolulu, Hawaii serves as a remembrance of the American soldier killed in the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. The ship marks the resting place of over one thousand of the dead.
Oahu is the most popular of the Hawaiian Islands. It is the location of Honolulu, Hawaii's capital, as well as much-loved tourist spots like Pearl Harbor and Waikiki. The Polynesian Cultural Center is on this island as well.
Rising over Honolulu, Diamond Head is a dormant volcano with an interior crater. The Diamond Head crater is one of the world's best examples of this geological formation. The crater's interior is now a national park.
Nu'uanu Pali Lookout
This scenic point on Koʻolau Mountain in Oahu's Nuʻuanu Valley offers spectacular panoramic views of the northeastern coastline of the island of Oahu. The area is also the location of the Nuʻuanu Freshwater Fish Refuge and Nu'uanu Reservoir.
The Halona Blowhole on the south shore of Oahu is the result of tubes created in rock thousands of years ago by volcanic eruptions. Large waves force water through the tubes, jetting it 30 feet into the air.
Mini Circle Island Tour
This in-depth tour of Oahu offers a look at some of Hawaii's most amazing places, both up-close and as part of the island's amazing and scenic views. Stops include the Diamond Head Crater and Halona Blow Hole.
Standard Hotel: Ramada Plaza Hotel or similar