Travel through the remote and rugged landscape of Kau – home to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, historic farming plantations and the famous Punaluu black sand beach. Discover how the powerful forces of nature shaped the peoples and landscapes of Hawaii’s largest district.
- Take a walk on a 150 year old working ranch on the border of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, with extensive wildlife and views (from a safe vantage point) of one of the world’s most active volcanoes; Kilauea.
- Sample award-winning coffee & other island treats on a private coffee estate tour
- Stroll through native rainforest, and find out the latest volcano information at the Volcano Art Center
- Visit the famous Punalu’u black sand beach in search of sea turtles
Restrictions: Guests should be able to hike on uneven or rocky terrain. We sometimes encounter cool, wet or muddy conditions. Other tour restrictions may apply.
What to Bring & Wear: Comfortable walking shoes, long pants, and a light jacket.