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Lava Boat Tours | Big Island Lava Tours

Booking Terms One passenger in each group must be English speaking. Guests need to be in good health. Guests with…

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Hawaii Waterfall and Dolphin Tour

Enjoy 25-40 stunning Hawaii waterfalls with vistas only accessible on our Hilo boat tour!

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Big Island Fishing Charters

Sport fishing excursions from Hilo, Kawaiihae or Kona Fishing excursions to catch Hawaii’s Ono and Mahi Mahi Big Game fish

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Hilo Town – 1 hour

HWY 11 south to Keaau – 12.2 mi. HWY 130 east (left) to Pahoa – 12 mi. HWY 132 east (left) to Lava Tree State Park – 2.7 miles. *Road splits just after Lava Tree State Park. Stay to the right at the fork in the road. This road will lead you through the Mango forest in route to boat ramp. – 5 miles. Go Straight through Stop sign take a left into the upper gravel parking lot. Meet us by the Yellow restroom building at Isaac Hale Beach Park. Please Park to the right of the Handicap stall to the left is the boat wash down area NO PARKING.

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park – 90 minutes

Hwy 11 north toward Hilo 20 miles. Hwy 130 to Pahoa 12.2 mi. HWY 130 east (right) to Pahoa – 12 mi. HWY 132 east (left) to Lava Tree State Park – 2.7 miles. *Road splits just after Lava Tree State Park. Stay to the right at the fork in the road. This road will lead you through the Mango forest in route to boat ramp. – 5 miles. Go Straight through Stop sign take a left into the upper gravel parking lot to the yellow building. Meet us by the Yellow restroom building at Isaac Hale Beach Park. Please Park to the right of the Handicap stall to the left is the boat wash down area NO PARKING

Kailua Kona / Waikoloa –  2.5-3hours

HWY 19 North through Waimea Town to Hilo town HWY 11 south (right) to Keaau –12.2 mi. HWY 130 east (left) to Pahoa – 12 mi. HWY 132 east (left) to Lava Tree State Park – 2.7 miles. *Road splits just after Lava Tree State Park. Stay to the right at the fork in the road. This road will lead you through the Mango forest in route to boat ramp. – 5 miles. Go Straight through Stop sign take a left into the upper gravel parking lot to the yellow building. Meet us by the Yellow restroom building at Isaac Hale Beach Park. Please Park to the right of the Handicap stall to the left is the boat wash down area. ***For all our Kona customers it is recommended that you drive around the north side of the island. Do not drive through Ocean View! That adds a hour to your trip.