Kilauea Volcano
Kilauea Volcano
Kilauea Volcano

Kilauea Volcano Tours and Tickets

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Kilauea Volcano is the star of the Big Island’s Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii's only UNESCO World Heritage Site. Kilauea Volcano remains active, spouting orange lava, venting steam, glowing, and sputtering. When conditions are safe, it’s possible to drive around the volcano's edge on the 11-mile (17-kilometer) Crater Rim Drive.

  • Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Big Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96718

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John_A, Aug 2023
Great Volcano Island Tour
Our tour guide, Bryce, provided a great experience. He's energetic, engaging and quite knowledgeable on a multitude of Hawaiian topics as well as others. Tour van was clean, quiet and comfortable. Small group setting is much better than the motor coach options. The tour gave us a chance to also see and experience other aspects of the island along the way that you might otherwise miss. Definitely choose them for your volcano tour event.
Eva_V, Nov 2023
Well worth doing
This was a very interesting trip and Dexter was very informative. I would recommend this trip plus the lunch was great
Andrew_B, Nov 2023
Volcano National Park through the eyes and words of a Native Hawaiian Guide!
Christian is an amazing guide and all-around good guy offering a guided tour of Volcano National Park from the native Hawaiian perspective. This experience is perfect for first-timers and return visitors alike!
Kristal_C, Nov 2023
Was nice
A lot less of the volcano than I thought you'd get to see. But Dexter was awesome. We made extra stops to drop ppl off at airport or different tours they had booked so that wasn't cool.
People Also Ask
Q:What is the best time of day to visit Kilauea volcano?
A:If you want to see Kilauea Volcano without the crowds, come either before sunrise or after 9pm at night. The volcano is in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, which is open 24 hours a day. The visitor center and park store are open from 9am to 5pm.
Q:Is it safe to visit Kilauea Volcano?
A:Yes, it is safe to visit Kilauea Volcano, but it’s important to pay attention to the safety precautions recommended by the national park when you visit. For example, it's important to stay on marked trails and viewpoint areas, avoid standing near cliffs, and check for any closures.
Q:What is the best way to experience Kilauea Volcano?
A:The best way to experience Kilauea Volcano is by following the Kilauea Iki Trail or Crater Rim Trail within Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Other great ways to see the active volcano is to prebook a guided tour of the national park or to take a Big Island helicopter tour.
Q:Is Kilauea Volcano worth it?
A:Yes, a visit to Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano is definitely worth it. Seeing an active volcano is a special experience—depending on the volcano's activity, you may see red lava flowing or smoke steaming. If you’re hiking to the volcano, the otherworldly landscape and views are worth it, as well.
Q:What is the best trail to see Kilauea volcano?
A:The best trail in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park for seeing Kilauea Volcano is the 3.2 mile (5.1-kilometer) Kilauea Iki Trail, a moderately challenging loop trail. Expect the trail to be steep and rocky at times. Prepare by bringing good hiking boots, lots of water, and sun or rain protection.
Q:What should you wear to visit Kilauea volcano?
A:Wear comfortable clothing that you can layer on or off, as well as good hiking shoes to grip the ground when you’re hiking on steep, rocky terrain. Bring a light rain jacket and sun protection on your visit to Kilauea, too, as there's not a lot of shade.