Hamakua Waterfall & Valley Adventure

Price: $159.00
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Summary
Shore Excursion Size ? Small
Shore Excursion Type Cultural, Scenic, Active
Shore Excursion Duration 6 Hours
Activity Level ? Moderate
Shore Excursion Leaves From ? Cruise Ship Pier
Food/Beverage Provided A snack and beverages is included.
Recommended Dress We recommend wearing comfortable clothing. Closed-toe shoes are required. A rain jacket, a hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen are recommended, as weather conditions can vary.
Restrictions In Hawaii, child safety seats are required by law for children under the age of 4 and booster seats are required by law for children ages 4 through 7. Children may not ride on the laps of their parents or guardians. Seats may be available upon request at time of booking. Please use the appropriate field above to request safety seats for your children if necessary. Please note, all participants, regardless of age, must be accounted for at the time of booking.

Hamakua Waterfall & Valley Adventure

For a comprehensive tour of Hilo, choose this excursion that takes you to the island's most beautiful attractions. Your Hilo tour includes stops at botanical gardens, volcanoes and much more. Bring a camera, you're going to need it!

Your Hilo waterfall tour starts with a nice drive along the Hamakua coastline. As you cruise down the coastline, you'll take in amazing sights like waterfalls, valleys and old plantation villages. Your first destination is Liliuokalani Gardens; there's just something so attractive about this 30-acre garden with rock gardens, pagodas and fishponds.

From the gardens, you'll continue toward Rainbow Falls. This natural wonder features an 80-foot drop that must be seen up close. Speaking of natural wonders, you'll also be taking another scenic drive to Onomea Bay; where you will find remnants of an old sea arch and a river flowing through a lava tube.

A casual hike through the tropical landscape is another part of this tour, and you'll be doing some of it at Akaka Falls State Park. The trek is worth it: a 422-foot waterfall awaits you at the end of your hiking trail. Travel along through country lands to Waipio Valley lookout to take in breathtaking views of "The Valley of Kings," home to a black sand beach, local agriculture, and rich with culture and history. Reserve your spot on this small group experience and see Hilo in all its glory.