Tuesday, December 7, 2021

Big Island Hawaii for Groups and Families


The largest and southeastern-most of the Hawaiian Islands, the Big Island encompasses 4,028 square miles offering lots for families to see and do. Take a look at these great excursions for your family or group vacation to the Big Island of Hawaii!

Take a relaxed, guided walk on this 8 hour adventure through a private nature reserve. Stop and cool off with a swim under one of several cascading waterfalls. Walk through an ancient Hawaiian agricultural site and then enjoy a private picnic lunch. Cap off your day with shopping or ice cream in historic Hawi. Participants must be able to cover 1.5 miles in about 2 hours with minimal climbing. Kohala Waterfalls Adventure availability varies, check the calendar. 

Discover the source of Hawaii Island’s creation. Explore the waterfalls and craters of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Peer into the depths of Halemaumau Crater and watch steam clouds form as water seeps into the hot volcanic rock. Also on this tour your will experience two amazing waterfalls, plus Kealakomo Overlook, Devastation Trail and Chain of Craters Road. Volcano Adventure Tour From Hilo lasts 12 hours and is offered on Wednesdays and Fridays. Lunch in included. No minimum age.

Board a 45 foot trimaran and coast to the World Famous Manta Ray Village. Guests with experienced snorkel skills can hold onto a floatation device and watch the rays feed on plankton as they are attracted to the light source from the float. Ride along guests can observe from the comfort of the boat.  First Manta Ray Night Snorkeling Tour is offered daily and lasts two hours. Minimum age is 6.

Spend the day with 5 of your closest friends or family members deep sea fishing for Marlin. The crew will provide the gear, techniques and experience to help you hook the fish of your dreams. If Marlin is not your thing you can also fish for Ono, Ahi, and Mahi-Mahi.  Full Day Deep Sea Fishing Charter is offer daily. 

Spend the morning snorkeling in the crystal clear water above the reefs and see a variety of marine life within view of the Captain Cook Monument. Water, snacks, and snorkeling gear are included.  Captain Cook Morning Snorkel lasts 2.5 hours and is offered daily. Minimum age is 5. An afternoon snorkel tour is also available. 

Get down and dirty on a thrilling ATV adventure. Take in the beautiful views of Umauma and the Hamakua Coast, see stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and enjoy breathtaking stops of the Umauma River and Waterfall. Plenty of stops for photo opportunities and a 45 minute break to take a dip in a private waterfall and pond. Minimum age is 4. Must be a licensed driver to drive an ATV. Umauma's Deluxe ATV Experienceis available daily except Sundays.

More than 8,000 Humpback whales winter in the waters around Hawaii. Spend a couple hours on a cruise learning about these magnificent marine mammals and hear them singing through underwater hydrophones. Whale sightings are guaranteed or go again for free. Light snacks and non-alcoholic beverages are included. Whale Watching Cruise is available December through March. Minimum age is 6.

Enjoy magnificent ocean views, beautiful scenery, and over 14 waterfalls from high above on this Umauma Falls Zipline Tour. Choose between a 4 or 9 zip line experience. The 9 zip line experience is over 2 miles of spectacular ziplining! The four line experience lasts 1.5 hours and the 9 line experience lasts 3 hours.  Umauma Falls 4 or 9 Line Zipline Tour is offered most days of the week, check calendar for availability. Minimum age is 4. 

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