#12 Wild adventures in Hawaii with Kailani Tours

Looking for treks through wild volcanic landscapes and lush cloud forests? How about sampling tropical drops on a brewery visit? Kailani Tours offers a wealth of experiences on Hawaii’s Big Island that are sure to ignite your spirit of adventure.

The ‘Deluxe Volcano Experience’ takes you to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park (HVNP) at dusk to witness the fiery glow of the lava lake at its most visible. You’ll enjoy a three-course dinner at Kilauea Lodge before trekking to the molten lake.

For those on a tight schedule, the ‘Big Island Circle Tour’ covers the entire island. This wild adventure offers the perfect teaser of the different districts and micro-climates that make up this tropical paradise. Punalu’u Black Sand Beach, lunch at Volcano Winery and a visit to the scenic Rainbow Falls are among the highlights.

Go off the beaten track with Kailani’s ‘Wild and Scenic Volcano Adventure’. You’ll cruise along the rolling hills of Waimea to Akaka Falls and Onomea Bay via the Hamakua Coast. Then to HVNP to explore some of the world’s most dramatic landscapes.

Craving a culinary adventure? Embark on the ‘Coffee, Cloud Forest and Brewery Tour’ where you’ll walk the grounds of ancient fishponds and linger on the misty trails of the Kona Cloud Forest. Visit a local coffee farm before winding down the mountain to taste local brews.

No matter which tour you choose, you’ll travel in total comfort. It’s the little luxuries that make a tour with Kailani special. Hot and cold towel service, snacks, beverages and rain jackets are all included. Kailani’s incredible guides are specialists in five-star service, combining years of industry experience, local knowledge and a passion for sharing the history and culture of The Paradise State.


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