Head for a VolcanoO‘ahu
For a really “hot” excursion, jump on an interisland airways jaunt that takes you from O‘ahu to the VOLCANOES on the BIG ISLAND and back—all in time for dinner.
You’ll fly in a 30-passenger, twin-engine jet prop operated by two pilots, a flight attendant and your own personal tour escort. Most tours begin on O‘ahu with views of downtown Honolulu, Koko Head, Hanauma Bay and Makapu‘u Lighthouse.
Over on Hawai‘i Island you may see snow on the summits of MAUNA KEA, where the world’s largest observatories are located, and catch a glimpse of volcanic eruptions as you pass over Kilauea.
After landing, you are
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