Enjoy a private tour of the Hawaii Island! Create your own adventure for the day including sightseeing, hiking, waterfalls and beaches.
Or choose our most popular Hawaii tour itinerary for the very best highlights of the island such as:
Travel north along the scenic Hamakua coastline with a stop at Akaka Falls State Park. Hike through the tropical landscape to view a 442 foot waterfall. Continue on to Waipio valley lookout to take in breathtaking views of the coast. Travel through the old country town of Waimea.

Continue on through Kailua-Kona and stop for farm fresh Kona coffee tasting. Scout for Hawaiian green sea turtles at Punalu’u black sand beach. Explore Hawaii Volcanoes National Park including a visit to the steam vents, a hike through the rainforest to Nahuku Lava Tube, and view Halema’uma’u crater where lava is brewing just under the crater floor!

You may choose to customize this private tour to the places of your interest.  Perhaps you want to spend more time visiting the waterfalls, stepping your toes into the black sand, and feeling the heat of the volcano, we can make it happen!

2018 Volcano Update:

We are still operating our Hawaii Island Adventure tour!

**Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is set to reopen by September 22, 2018!!!**

Due to the recent volcanic activity, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is currently closed.  We will substitute alternate stops on this tour where you will be able to safely experience the volcanic landscape of the island. 

The tour route is subject to change.  Please be assured that we only operate in areas deemed safe by the national park and local county government.  The volcanic eruption activity is currently in an isolated area of the Puna district.  This tour does not go to that area and will not be affected.

If the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park re-opens prior to your tour date, we will resume the original itinerary.  The national park has set a tentative date for reopening by September 22, 2018.  The proposed tour itinerary is subject to change as public access is allowed.

For more information on the status of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park please visit: