Explore the Volcanoes National Park during a self-guided GPS and audio E-Bike adventure and uncover the untold stories of Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano.
The vastness of Volcanoes National Park can't be overstated. Covering 323,431 acres, it's a living monument to Earth's geological power. With so much ground to cover, a typical tour bus just won't do. By opting for a GPS and Audio-Guided E-Bike Tour, you're not only covering more area, but you're doing it at your pace, and with pinpoint accuracy to boot. Whether you're in for a quick 4-hour jaunt or a 6-hour deep dive, the flexibility of our tours lets you set the pace.
Arrive anytime between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. at our secured parking area, conveniently located near Volcano Golf Course. You'll be geared up with a top-notch e-bike and helmet, ready to set off on your day's quest. Before you set off, you will receive a comprehensive safety briefing. we'll ensure you're well-informed about the e-bike's operation, rules of the road, and the general do's and don'ts of park exploration.
As you peddle to the Volcanoes National Park entrance, your GPS is more than a map; it's a compass pointing towards discovery. Instead of falling into the traps of tourist clichés, your GPS will reveal the park's hidden gems, allowing you to venture off the beaten path.
And of course, what's a journey without context? The audio commentary doesn't just inform; it narrates the rich tapestry of the park's history, from the ancient Hawaiian beliefs about Pele, the goddess of fire, to the latest scientific insights into volcanic activity.
Once in the national park, you will traverse up to 21 miles of spectacular volcanic terrain. Marvel at the Kilauea Crater, feel the heat at Steam Vents, and step into the eerie quiet of a lava tube, and much more. The visceral sensation of being near an active volcano is unparalleled. Feel its warmth, watch the plumes of smoke rise, and be humbled by the majestic forces that shape our world.
Elevate your trip to Hawaii by choosing a GPS & Audio E-Bike Tour of Volcanoes National Park. This isn't just sightseeing; this is storytelling. Connect deeply with the land and uncover the secrets that have been thousands of years in the making. It's not just an adventure; it's an encounter with the sublime.
Waldron Ledge: Kickstart your adventure with sweeping views of the expansive Kilauea Caldera, a sublime overlook that serves as an enthralling appetizer to the volcanic banquet that awaits you.
Kilauea Overlook: Witness Mother Earth's majestic power at this popular vantage point, offering an unparalleled panorama of Kilauea's summit caldera, a site that's seen the birth and demise of numerous eruptions.
Steam Vents: Experience the awe-inducing phenomenon where groundwater meets volcanic heat, emitting clouds of steam that dance from the earth’s cracks, embodying the island’s restless geothermal energy.
Kilauea Iki Overlook: Marvel at this smaller, yet equally intriguing crater, an erstwhile lava lake whose hardened surface masks a still-steaming core, capturing the volatile beauty of Hawaii's geology.
Pu'upua'i Overlook: Your eBike leads you to a vantage point offering breathtaking views of the cinder and spatter cone formed during the 1959 eruption, a historical landscape immortalized in volcanic rock.
Halemaʻumaʻu Volcano Crater: Feel the ground beneath you bristle with energy as you reach this crater, once home to Pele herself according to Hawaiian mythology, and still an active hub of seismic drama.
Luamanu and July 1974 Flow: Discover the compelling juxtaposition of two volcanic flow paths, one ancient and overgrown, the other a more recent addition, showcasing the cycle of destruction and regrowth endemic to these lands.
Puhimau Crater Overlook: Be captivated by the mysterious, thermally inactive crater, its undisturbed surface begging questions about dormant magma chambers and geothermal anomalies lurking below.
Nahuku (Thurston Lava Tube): Conclude your voyage with a journey through this natural tunnel where molten lava once flowed, a geological marvel now adorned with tropical foliage, encapsulating Hawaii's ceaseless renewal.
Meeting Location: Volcano Golf Course (2 Miles from the Park Entrance) - 99-1621 Piimauna Dr, Volcano, HI 96785
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Customers will also receive a full refund or credit in case of operator cancellation due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances. Contact us by phone to cancel or inquire about a cancellation. No-shows will be charged the full price. Inability to ride an E-Bike does not warrant a refund.