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Make the ultimate circuit of the Big Island with stops at a Kona coffee farm, a black sand beach for turtle viewing, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, and more. Treat your tastebuds with a BBQ lunch and winery tour and malasadas for dinner.
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Duration: 12 hours
Starting time 7:00 AM
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Live tour guide
English

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Experience

Highlights
  • Enjoy a traditional Hawaiian BBQ lunch and winery tour
  • See some of the big island's most spectacular natural wonders
  • Learn about the history, culture, and cuisine of the Big Island firsthand
Full description
Circle the Big Island of Hawaii, stopping at many of its most iconic attractions, in just one day. Get picked up from your accommodation and head to a Kona coffee farm to go on a private tasting tour so you can sample one of the island's most important products. Then stop at one of the black sand beaches the island is known for and spot giant sea turtles sunbathing. Next up is Volcano Winery, the southernmost winery in the United States. Take a private tour of the vineyard and winery before sampling up to eight different wines, all with a unique Hawaiian flare. Dig into a hearty Hawaiian-style BBQ lunch with a complimentary glass of your choice of Volcano Winery wine or other beverage. 

From there, head to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, the island's natural crown jewel. Visit the Kilauea Iki Crater Overlook and Steaming Bluffs before taking a walk through the famous Volcano House to view smoking and steaming Kilauea Caldera. Journey down the lush eastern side of Kilauea Volcano to your next stop at Big Island Candies, an island institution boasting an assortment of high-quality, handmade confections. Peek through the windows into the factory or browse the selection of gorgeous jewel-box gifts.

Then head to the fertile Waipio Valley where taro farmers have tilled the land for nearly a thousand years. Catch sweeping views of the valley from the overlook and even glimpses of native wild horses if you're lucky. End your adventurous day around the island with dinner at Tex Drive-In, famous for its made-to-order malasadas – fried Portuguese sweet treats that were originally brought to Hawaii by immigrants who worked in the cattle industry. Watch the treats being made through the window and snag a fresh one along with your drive-in style dinner before returning to your hotel.
Includes
  • Hotel pickup and drop off
  • Lunch
  • Wine tasting
  • Dinner including beverages
What’s Not Included
  • Gratuities
Not suitable for
  • People with respiratory issues

From US$ 208.37 per person