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With the Volcano Bike and Lava Walk Combo you will experience Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park and current lava activity all in one day! Witness the volcano up close and personal as you ride through lush jungle and hardened lava. Kilauea Volcano is one of the most active volcanoes in the world and there is no more exhilarating way to explore this natural wonder than cruising on a bicycle tour. Your exciting day begins at the Visitors Center in the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, where you will receive a tour orientation. The starting point is at the Kilauea Overlook, where you will get your first glance of the immense summit caldera. Your guide will give you an informative overview of the eruption history at the summit. You will then be fitted for a high quality mountain bike and safety equipment and receive a safety briefing.
Your adventure takes place around the rim of the Kilauea Volcano and through a portion of the Chain of Craters road. You will be taken on a short hike through the rainforest full of birds and foliage, and also pay a visit to the famous Thurston Lava Tube. Your professional interpretive guide will take you through fantastic terrains, all on mostly downhill and leveled paved roads/trails, while sharing geological and mythological information with you. From lush ancient Hawaiian rainforests to dynamic lava landscapes, you will experience a variety of micro climates, huge craters, steaming vents, and impressive lava flows (both young and old). Bike as much or as little of this majestic tour; the support van will always be close by.
After cycling, you will continue your adventure to the Puna area. See firsthand the creation and destruction lava has brought to this area in the last 50 years. As villages are destroyed, new land is also created. The scenery will amaze you as you weave through the rainforest, and gaze upon the jagged cliffs high above the blue waters of the Pacific. Depending on the volcanic activity, your tour guide will try to find “flow or glow” either at the coast or with a trip up to Halema’uma’u Crater. The experienced tour guides will share the history, culture, and geology of the area.