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Hidden Craters Hike - Kona - Hawaii Forest and Trail

Tour Highlights:
  • Hualalai is one of the many volcanoes on the Big Island and is conveniently located near Kona. Last active in the 1800's, your exclusive access to this volcanic area is very special.
  • Pinzgauer military transport vehicle.
  • Maximum of 12 guests.
  • 7 hours
  • 3 - 4 mile hike through untouched cloud forest.
  • Stand on the edge of multiple precipitous volcanic craters.
  • Climb through a lava tube that has easy access and plenty of ambient light to see the interior very well.
  • Walk among lava flows, spatter cones, fissures and collapsed pits.
  • Tour ranges from sea level to 6000'.
  • Meander through a single track trail through native forest.
  • Post hike refreshments at Kona's 'Ola Brew' brewery.
  • Lunch included.
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Venture onto the slopes of Kona's very own volcano-Hualalai. Take pleasure in your exclusive private access onto Hualalai volcano for a 3-4 mile hike through untouched cloud forest with incredible vistas of the Kona coast. Stand on the edge of precipitous volcanic craters from the 1800's that plunge deep into the earth below. Climb through a segment of a lava tube. See a 200 year old lava flow, spatter cones, fissures and collapse pits. Our tour ranges from sea level to 6,000 feet. We will meander on a single track trail through native forest with a mild elevation change of approximately 30 feet. While exploring the lava tube, expect to descend and ascend approximately 30 - 40 feet. The lava tube we visit is perfect for the casual adventurer. We'll descend via earthen steps with a rope to assist and there's enough ambient light to see all of the major features inside the cave. After your hike, tour Kona's newest brewery and enjoy a sampling of locally made beers, ciders, and/or non-alcoholic energy drinks.
Operates: Monday, Wednesday and Saturday @ 7:30am. Please call for availability.
Departure Point: Departs from Hawaii Forest and Trail headquarters in Kona.
Duration: 6-7 hours round-trip from Hawaii Forest and Trail headquarters in Kona.
Equipment: Pinzgauer military transport vehicle.
Capacity: There is a minimum of 4 and maximum of 12 guests per tour.
Your choice of a turkey, ham, tuna or veggie sandwich with chips.
Sodas and juices.

Inclusions: Raingear, daypack, walking staff, snacks, lunch and beverages. You will receive a souvenir water bottle and enjoy some 100% Kona coffee during the coffee farm visit.
Exclusions: N/A
Restrictions: This activity is not accessible by wheelchair or walker. Guests should be able to hike on uneven or rocky terrain. We sometimes encounter cool and wet conditions. Other tour restrictions may apply. This tour is not recommended for those with back or neck problems, physically challenged guests or those in poor health. The minimum age to participate in this activity is 8 years old. We have a 24 hour cancellation policy for 1 - 5 guests, a 48 hour cancellation policy for 6 - 9 guests, a 72 hour cancellation policy for 10 guests, and a 14 day cancellation policy for groups of more than 10 guests. Group rates are available for 10 guests per van plus a $125.00 gratuity per vehicle.

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