Hawaii Eco Tours
If you’re into big nature, Hawaii is for you. These magical islands are peppered with sandy beaches, lush forests, coral reefs, volcanoes, and more. If you’re looking to get out and explore your natural surroundings, with the intentions of seeing some wildlife in particular, an eco tour is the best option for you.
On the Big Island, get up close and personal with some active volcanoes. On your eco tour, your guide will safely lead you to see lava flowing right at arm’s length. You’ll visit Kīlauea volcano in the National Park, and you’ll be given an in-depth introduction to the Hamakua Coast.
In Maui, you can head to Wailuku Iao Valley to soak up the sunshine and limitless views of ocean. Your guide can take you to the four-acre Tropical Gardens, as well as the Kepaniwai Park’s Heritage Gardens. You’ll especially love the Iao Needle, the vegetation-covered lava remnant towering 1,200 feet into the sky. You can also take an eco tour of Lahaina, the capital of the Kingdom of Hawaii in the 19th century and former whaling hub. You’ll appreciate the views of the Auau Channel and the West Maui mountain range.
For something different, try some stand-up paddling on your eco tour in South Maui with opportunity to see whales, birds, and more. Your guide can also take you kayaking, and you may even get close enough to touch some humpback whales.
You’ll get a true taste of Hawaii’s epic nature when you explore Hana. Go swimming in freshwater pools, hike through jungles, relax on black and red sandy beaches, and hang out near some waterfalls. Hawaii’s natural world is so diverse, you’ll find yourself wishing you had more time to see and do everything.Sign up for a no-cost no-spam traveler account to see hidden VIP trip prices, earn some social conscience karma points, and get in on some awesome prizes too!