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Hawaii - Big Island

Welcome to MetroGuide Networks' overview of Hawaii - Big Island-area tours. The Greater Hawaii - Big Island area offers a full array of tours and excursions. For more information on other attractions in the Hawaii - Big Island area, click here.

Below is a list of tours and excursions available in the Hawaii - Big Island Metropolitan Area.

ATV Tour of Hawaii
Safe and easy to operate, these All Terrain Vehicles are fully automatic, and you'll get an orientation demo before the fun begins. You'll want to wear pants and closed-toed shoes, and helmets (required) are provided. Choose among morning, afternoon, or sunset adventures, or feel free to customize.
Afternoon Snorkel & Dolphin Sail
It takes an insider to know just where to find the finest snorkeling and scuba diving along the stunning Kona Coast, where rainbow-hued tropical fish, sea turtles and dolphins frolic amid coral reef at Pawai Bay, a protected marine preserve. Aloha Dive Company offers one- and two-tank dives with P.A.D.I. certified instructors, providing top-notch masks (including prescription), fins and snorkels, plus boogie boards, tubes, life preservers and more.
Big Island Horseback Riding
No matter what your equestrian ability, Big Island horseback riding provides up close views of cowboy history where it all began when paniolos and horses first met 150 years ago. Western-style riding starts at the Blacksmith Shop.
Captain Beans Dinner Cruise
Let Captain Beans show you a good time afloat with a dinner cruise aboard a double-hulled catamaran featuring entertainment, libations and tasty fare including steak, chicken, sides, dessert topped off with savory Kona coffee.
Deluxe Volcano Helicopter Tour & Submarine Adventure
Tropical valleys of the Kohala Mountains and rainforest beauty of the Hamakua Coast from Hapuna Beach are part of the scenic wonder packaged into the deluxe volcano helicopter tour and 90-minute submarine adventure.
Hakalau Forest Wildlife Refuge Birding Tour
With the Hakalau Forest Wildlife Refuge not typically open to the public, this exclusive, reservations-only birding tour is something special indeed. Some of the earth's rarest plant and animal species are showcased at Hakalau – Hawaiian for “many perches” – once part of a cattle ranch spread.
Hawaii Grand Circle Island Tour
History, science and a full-day of adventure abound at the Hawaii Volcano Observatory showcasing the Punaluu black sand beach. Sugar fields, coffee and flower farms are also on the route and there's opportunity for lunch, if you want, at Volcano House.
Hualalai Mountain Tour
From desert coastal lava to tropical rainforest, this four-wheel drive tour showcases magnificent views and much, much more with departures from Waikoloa resorts.
Kayak & Snorkel Adventure
Rugged sea cliffs, submerged caves, and lava tubes and a hidden grotto are only part of the allure on this watery adventure.
Kayaking from Keauhou Bay
If you're feeling especially daring, there's opportunity for cliff-jumping into clear deep waters on this kayaking adventure that includes exploring a dry lava tube on foot.
Kilauea Volcano Discovery Hike
Kilauea, the youngest and most active of the island's five volcanoes with craters and plenty of flowing lava, affords routes from an easy sampler for tenderfoots to a 14-mile adventure for hardcore seasoned hikers. Bring a hat and sturdy footwear.
Kilauea Volcano Tour -- Hawaii
Interpretive naturalists show the way at “must see” spots within this park that many visitors rank as the quintessential highlight of their Hawaiian exploration. The full-day adventure includes pick-up from selected northern hotels, raingear, walking sticks, lunch and other taste treats, and more.
Kohala County Waterfalls Tour
Starting with a drive through Kohala countryside, the adventure goes off-road past streams, waterfalls and the famed Kohala Ditch. Easy-does-it walking provides for ideal family enjoyment. Groups are limited to no more than 10.
Kohala Mule Trail Tour
With rider weight limited to under 240 pounds, this half-day mule trail tour crosses streams and covers a portion of the famed Kohala Ditch, providing astounding views of black sand beaches and more.
Kona Cloud Forest Botanical Walk
Through palms, ferns, bamboo and blossoms, the Kona Cloud Forest Botanical Walk allows participants to steep themselves in nature along with what some call the “hidden Kona.”
Kona Submarine Tour
After descending some 100 feet to a submerged form of Hawaiian paradise, up to 48 passengers soak up unsurpassed beauty of a vibrant ecosystem including tropical fish and coral formations.
Kona Submarine Tour & Island Breeze Luau Combo
Exploring the ocean mysteries from below sea-level via 48-passenger submarine at depths of up to 100 feet can help work up an appetite for the Lava Legend and Legacies Luau & Revue featuring an all-you-care-to-eat Polynesian buffet.
Kona Submarine Tour & Royal Kona Luau Combo
First comes below sea-level exploration aboard an Atlantis Submarine, then comes an authentic Hawaiian luau with a traditional shell lei greeting, open bar through an all-you-care to-eat Polynesian feast, with torch lighting at the Royal Kona Resort.
Mauna Kea Summit & Stars Tour
Entertainment includes a dinner stop at a ranch featuring a hot, picnic style dinner followed by a trip to the summit of the world's tallest volcano for an extraordinary sunset view. Hooded parkas and gloves are provided to ward against any higher elevation chill.
Morning Snorkel & Dolphin Sail
Tropical fish, sea turtles and dolphin swimming amid coral reef gardens at Pawai Bay, a protected marine preserve, are a highlight of this family adventure that includes a 15-foot waterslide and a high-dive water platform for big splashes.
Private Groups & Custom Sightseeing Tours
Prefer to stick with your own group and/or have some well-defined ideas for a sightseeing tour that would fit your party to a “T”? Hawaiian adventures can be arranged, with regular, time-tested tours designated as exclusively private, possibly embellished with custom touches to make it your own.
Rainforest & Dryforest Birding Tour
Providing extreme contrasts, the Rainforest and Dryforest Tour steeps participants in two separate environments. Pu'u La'au allows roaming in sub-alpine dry forest on the west side of Mauna Kea. The Pu'u O'o Trail on the northeast slope of Mauna Loa provides big rainforest contrast. Binoculars, walking sticks and raingear are supplied for this extensive adventure.
Saddle Road Explorations
Saddle Road, the saddle between two giant volcanoes Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa, provides opportunity for easy walks or fairly strenuous hikes showcasing opportunities for birders and photographers.
Snorkel & Luau Combo
After snorkel excitement comes evening culinary adventure at the Royal Kona Resort where the Lava Legend and Legacies Luau and Revue unfolds offering a traditional shell lei greeting, open bar through dinner, torch lighting and Imu Ceremony and an all-you-care-to-eat Polynesian buffet.
Snorkel Tour & Submarine
Significant savings can be had when pairing undersea adventure on a submarine with an afternoon Body Glove Snorkel-Dolphin Cruise.
Sunset Cocktail Sail -- Hawaii
As rays of the descending sun cast magic over the Hawaiian horizon, you'll be glad you took the time to reserve this special sunset cocktail sail.
Valley Waterfall Tour -- Hawaii
Probably not suitable for those with fear of heights, but a definite delight for anyone who loves combining hiking and falling water, this adventure for ages 8 and older includes a cliff trail distance of about three miles. Rain gear, walking sticks, and deli lunch are supplied.
Volcano Helicopter Tour & Submarine Adventure -- Hawaii
Don't forget your camera for this eye-popping tour of both below sea-level delights during a 90-minute submarine ride and Pele Kilauea Volcano at the Kilauea Crater.
Waipi'o Waterfall Hiking Adventure
You'll want to bring along swim gear for this one, since the setting is unmatched anywhere for a quick dip. The half-day narrated sojourn provides opportunity to skirt the rim of the island's extraordinary valley with hiking through rainforest and fields, accessing foot bridges over streams by waterfalls and pools.
Whale Watch & Luau Combo
Significant savings come with combining whale watching adventure with luau fun at the Royal Kona Resort. After island-style all-you-care-to-eat Polynesian feasting, there's a fire knife dance and more to make the day one unforgettable memory.
Whale Watch Cruise -- Hawaii
Humpback whales sometimes weighing up to 40 tons are a sight to behold as they migrate from Alaska to Hawaii. Peak Hawaiian whale-watching begins in December, continuing through March. As a bonus, wild dolphins, sea turtles, manta rays and other marine mammals are also known to make appearances.
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