wild orchid tours Kohala
Heiau /Temple
Wild Orchid Tours/Hapuna beach
View from Waimea on Mauna Kea with snow.
Place of refuge Pu'uhonua o Honaunau
Wild Orchid Tours/ Ka'u
Heiau by Mauna Kea
Saddle Rd in fog
Pu'ukohola Heiau
Wild Orchid Tours/Puna Coconuts
Wild Orchid Tours/Waipio Lookout
Wild Orchid Tours/ Pololu
Local Smoothies
Botanical Garden
Dramatic landscape on Saddle Rd
Black lava field
Wild Orchid Tours/ Mauna Loa
Wild Orchid Tours/ Kilauea
Collapsed Crater
Gigantic Lava field /eruption 2018
Pohoiki New Lava Beach
40 feet tall lava wall 2018 eruption
Cocao tree
 Raw cacao beans
Kaumana Caves
Kaumana Caves
Kaumana Caves
Kaumana Caves
Past view of Crater Halema'uma'u

Full Day Tour From West Side 12hr

Easy to moderate hike

                                                                                              Tour's Itinerary  








We learn to observe the world. We learn the names of trees and plants and their habitat: the plan and atmosphere of the parks, the gardens, deserts and seascapes, high peaks and lowlands. Each of these pathways has an inner reality, which we learn to recognize when the vision of our tour begins to manifest. Handcrafted tours: A unique ‘walk-about’-drive-by, ‘hands-on’ tour provided by an experienced tour guide.



This excursion is with a combination of Hilo Tour, Tropical Puna Tour, Hamakua Coast Tour, and Volcanoes National Park highlights.




***West Side Pickup at Kohala area


Visit Historical Landmark Pu’ukohala Heiau



The massive structure was built by King Kamehameha in 1790-1791. 
Temple was dedicated to the God Kuka'ilimoku. 



Stop in Kamuela (Waimea) town 

This Hawaiian cowboy's town sits between majestic Kohala and Mauna Kea volcanoes.
Surrounded by the vast John Parker’s cattle ranch 
At 2,600 feet elevation and cool air, this is a good place for refreshments. 




Scenic Drive on the Hamakua Coast

Waipi’o Valley overlook
Laupahoehoe Point and tsunami history 
Kolekole Park with waterfall and beach
Drive-by former sugar lands to charming Honomu town 
Hike in the tropical rain forest to Akaka Falls
The 4-mile scenic route, to Onomea Bay, stop for lunch,
Visit the local Honoli’i Surfing Spot

Private Coffee and Cacao Farm




Historic Downtown Hilo



Walk-about: The Hilo Open Farmer’s Market (Wed and Sat only) 
Boiling Pots
Wailuku River and Rainbow Falls
Kamehameha’s Historic Statue

Kaumana Caves



Drive through Hilo Bay area



An informative introduction to Hilo viewing the famous Banyon Tree Drive
Moku ‘Ola-The Coconut Island: a Hawaiian Sanctuary.
The Lili‘uokalani - Japanese” style Gardens and 20-country post-tsunami devastation area.



Tropical Puna Coast



Historic Pahoa town
Lava tree Park
Drive the Red Dirt Road, a tropical treasure of the Puna Coast,
Walk on harden black lava to the new Kaimu Black Sand Beach
Kalapana Village the old Hawaii experience 

Devastation zone 2018

Isaac Hale State Beach Park
-newest black sand beach in the world!
Visit Noni Farm 
Historic Painted Church,



The Volcano National Park 



Kilauea Caldera hallmark 
Steam Vents
Visitor Center
Kilauea Iki Overlook

Lava Tube


12 hr tour Highlights: 



Pu’ukohala Heiau
Kamuela Town 
Hamakua Coast
Hilo Bay area
Tropical Puna 
Volcanoes National Park 





•100% Private Eco tour, we reserve each 7-passenger car for only one party of family or friends
•Door to door transportation from Hilo area, Airport, Harbor or your accommodations within 10 miles of Hilo or Pahoa. 
•Your personal certificated tour guide 
•Commentary in English or French 
•Admission Fees 
•Bottled water
•Walking sticks
•Rain ponchos 



Know Before You Book:



Pickup at 9 AM.
Our tours run rain or shine.
The challenges on the Big Island are long distances between attractions. We are flexible with our itinerary to fit your needs with the respect to time of touring many sightseeing.
Children 1 years old or younger are complimentary.
Active magma viewing conditions in the main crater in Volcanoes National Park changes daily< br/> Weather in Rainforest can shift to cool, wet or foggy.  
Please bring walking shoes, long pants, light jackets and swimsuits (if desired). 
We support sustainable tourism and we encourage eating at the local eateries. 
There will be opportunities for snack stops, restroom breaks and gift choices.
We adjust tempo of our excursion to your group.
Our itinerary can change due to weather conditions. 



Cancellation Policy:



A credit card is required to reserve all tours. The said credit card will be charged the full amount at the time of booking. Cancellations made 48 hours prior to scheduled activity will be charged a $120 non-refundable booking fee.