Hawaiian Company Brings Nature And Adventure To Guests With Camping Tours
Hawaii Outdoor Guides is now offering camping tours on the island of Hawaii. Guests are able to camp at Volcanoes National Park and stay at beachside locations.
Kailua Kona, Hawaii (I-Newswire) September 22, 2012 - The company Hawaii Outdoor Guides is now offering camping tours on the island of Hawaii. These tours range from 2 to 4 days. Participants are able to camp at Volcanoes National Park and stay at beachside camping locations. Hiking, snorkeling, boogie boarding, and education are part of the itinerary.
By camping around the island of Hawaii, participants are able to see more sights because they are not backtracking. The tours include camping gear, snorkel gear, meals, snacks, camping fees, national park fees and air conditioned transportation around the island of Hawaii.
Camping tours are a great way to see highlights on the itinerary without all the planning required. Many participants plan the tours for a short getaway from another Hawaiian island so they are not responsible for accommodations, taxis or itinerary but are sure to see glowing lava, beautiful beaches, and waterfalls.
Sample itinerary from the Extreme Stopover Tour (2 days, 1 night):
This active tour is for the fast and light enthusiast.
Day one: We begin the tour at one of the best places to snorkel in Hawaii. The marine life is abundant at this first stop on the tour. We head south to tour a Kona coffee farm with samples of gourmet Kona coffee. Punalu’u Beach Park is next with turtles basking on a black sand beach and hiking to an ancient Hawaiian heiau (temple). We then drive to Volcanoes National Park. The views are the most spectacular at night when we visit Halema’uma’u (lava lake) where Pele lives . Camping inside of Volcanoes national park under a blanket of stars will finish this perfect day.
Day two: After breakfast we learn about Hawaiian culture and connection to the new land and lava. Get out the flashlight for Thurston Lava Tube to see how lava creates a cave. In Hilo we will see the stone that changed the history of these islands and the destiny of one of the greatest Hawaiian kings. A hike to Rainbow falls look outs and then on to boiling pots before hiking in the rain forest on the wet side of the island. Back on the dry side of the island we will be swimming in the ocean at a white sand beach.
About Hawaii Outdoor Guides
Hawaii Outdoor Guides offers the Big Island’s best guided tours for small groups. Hike on an activ More..e volcano inside Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, through tropical and unique rain forests, along enchanting beaches and shores, and enjoy the spectacular sights of an island that has been shaped by lava and waterfalls. Immerse yourself in this paradise and marvel at the incredible diversity of coral reefs and their fish, sea turtles, dolphins, and whales (whale season: December - April).Less..
Hawaii Outdoor Guides
75-5737 Kuakini Hwy. Suite 202
Phone : 888 886 7060
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Published On:September 22, 2012
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