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Spend the day exploring the east side of Hawaii Island and Volcanoes National Park! Visit the Jagger Museum, Thurston Lava Tube, and Kilauea Iki Crater.
Drive through the historic town of Hilo, now a quaint setting for merchants and shopping! Witness the resounding and deafening sound of Rainbow Falls, an 80-foot waterfall that rushes into a large pool below, almost 100 feet in width. The Volcanoes National Park, built in 1916, displays the results of 70 million years of volcanism, migration and evolution of volcanoes! The Jagger Museum is a hands-on museum that has films of previous eruptions and current activity. The Kilauea Iki Crater is a large volcanic crater pit with proximity and annexation rights claimed by the mighty Kilauea Volcano itself. As you walk through the Thurston Lava Tube, consider that several hundred years ago a river of red lava rushed through. And that lava currently travels from Pu'u O'o to the ocean in a labyrinth of lava tubes much like the tube you are walking through.
Activity Duration: 13 Hours
Activity Available: Monday - Saturday at 4:30 AM
Drive through quaint Hilo town & cruise along scenic Banyan Drive
Witness the gorgeous 80-foot Rainbow Falls
Visit Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
Stop at the Jagger Museum to see hands-on displays and films of previous eruptions & current activity
Enjoy a delicious lunch stop
Walk through Thurston Lava Tube
Visit an orchid & anthurium nursery