- Our list of the best things to do in Volcano, Hawaii, features the top 79 nearby activities — including 40 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Volcano, HI has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Tours, Museums & Galleries, and Water Activities.
- The results below include the top 15 things to do within the city of Volcano, HI , followed by 63 popular activities in nearby cities, including Hilo, Pahoa, Keaau, Pahala, Kalapana, Kurtistown, Mountain View and Volcanoes
Waikoloa Coast Divers is Hawaii's premier SCUBA diving company. Whether you're a newcomer or an experienced diver looking for a close up of Hawaii's aquatic wildlife, you'll enjoy the view of the vibrant species in the SCUBA and snorkeling tour.
Tour the historic Parker Ranch, home of the Parker family cattle empire on the Big Island of Hawaii until 1992. Along with a guided tour of the ranch, visitors may also drive through the ranch operation or take a trail ride.
The pristine, ocean-front sands that you have always dreamed of in Hawaii can be found at White Sands. This large expanse of beach is ideal for the body surfing crowd and for those who want to spread out on a towel and watch the action.
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Sea Quest Rafting Adventures, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740 MoreLess Info
Reef snorkeling can be done using the services of Sea Quest Snorkel Tours. There are three types of packages available: Expedition South Kona, the Deluxe Morning Adventure, and the Captain Cook Express.
Mauka Meadows is a Kona coffee plantation located in the Kona Coffee Belt along the slope of Mount Hualalai. The farm also houses multiple exotic native Hawaiian plants and trees which can be explored through self-guided tours of the place.
At Kona Coffee Roasting-Day Tour, visitors can learn about the roasting process and see where the beans comes from. The farm has 60 acres of land dedicated to growing coffee beans, macadamia nuts, lychee, and avocados.
Snorkelers flock to Kahalu'u Beach Park because it has one of the world's largest tame fish populations. Schools of fish congregate around swimmers and waders, offering a unique experience few other Hawaiian beaches provide.