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Biking Distance: up to 9 miles of biking (roundtrip) with 1/2 mile hike (roundtrip)
Terrain: Mostly Level with short hills (no elevation change)
DAY TOUR: 10am to 3pm
Day Tour Price: $155pp
Level: Intermediate, Moderate Level (not for beginner cyclist)
Inclusions: All equipment (bicycle, helmet, rain poncho, water, snacks, lunch, an Professional Interpretive Guide, Van Support).
Join BikeVolcano.com on the Bike to Pele guided bicycle Adventure of Kilauea Volcano’s new eruption area (the East Rift Zone). Witness where the still steaming lava flows entered the ocean in the most recent 2018 eruption and created a new large Black Sand Beach and Thermal Hot Ponds.
You will bike though the most spectacular scenery reminiscent of the old Hawaii of yesterday as it is located in a remote and sparsely populated part of the Big Island in Kilauea Volcano’s Eastern Rift Zone. Although few visitors have discovered this area, it is thought to be one most scenic roads in the State of Hawaii. Bike through lush tropical jungles, coconut groves, and tree tunnels as our Interpretive Guide points out historic eruption points along our course and provide you with information about the 1955 and 1990 eruptions and other significant events that have taken place in this area.
Time to relax, after biking up to 9 miles our air condition van will take a short drive to have a delectable lunch in another lava devastated village destroyed in the lava flows from the 1990 eruption. Following lunch we will take a short hike (.25 feet or 300 meters) to the Kaimu Black Sand Beach, created in the 1990 eruption.
The volcano zone district is forever changing. This may be your last chance to see this beautiful unspoiled part of the island in its untouched grandeur before Madame Pele (the Volcano Goddess) decides to retake and recreate it.
Space and availability are limited. Place your reservations now.
(Call or email us to arrange a tour at: 808-934-9199 or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org).
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