Native Hawaiian Lava tours are adventure tours which take visitors to view the Lava of Hawaiian volcanoes. Trained guides take visitors into lava fields and provide information on the landscape and the volcanoes.
The tours are held in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park which is home to the world's most active volcanoes. Visitors will have the chance to witness the process of creation and destruction which makes this park the most popular visitor attraction in Hawaii.
Visitors who go on the tours need to wear fully covered shoes and take a flash light, water and cameras. The park is 333,000 acres is size from the summit to the sea, some features of the park include 150 miles of hiking trails which run through volcanic craters, rainforests, a walk-in lava tube and two active volcanoes Maunaloa and Kilauea which has been erupting since January 3rd 1983.
A visitor center is located in the park which features an introductory film about the volcanoes and rangers who are able to offer information on the volcanoes and help organize tours to view Native Hawaiian Lava.
Visitors have the opportunity to participate in 'the world's only drive-in volcano' at Kilauea, this volcano produces 250,000-650,000 cubic yards of lava per day. Another attraction at the park that allows visitors to view Hawaiian lava, include the Thurston Lava Tube which is a walk through of a 500-year old lava cave at the end of the tube is a tropical rainforest.