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It looks like the owner is a real environmentalist which I guess makes me feel better about the $12 fee per person. There are plenty of signs with useful facts for your self-guided tour. It takes about 30 minutes to see everything there is to...More
Something fun to do rain or shine! Just a short walk tho the entrance of the lava cave system. Wear something warm as is cool and wet inside. Experience true darkness and learn the history of this geologic area once used as a possible bomb...More
The cave is at the end of Hana Road and almost in Hana. I think the entrance is too expensive for what you see. There's nothing special to see on this cave. I've seen better caves than this one. They're only open until 5 pm...More
John was the person we spoke with when we got there, he was great. Really cool Lava caves that has stalagmites and other formations. Its about 1/4 mile deep!
The whole self guided tour runs about 30 minutes. They provide flashlights, there are railings to...More
The Hana Lava Tubes are just after Mile Marker 31. Here is our experience.
When you arrive to the parking lot, you will enter the welcome center. There you will pay the fee, get instructions, and receive flashlights.
From the time we entered the cave,...More
Our daughter had read about these tubes and was determined to see them on our Road to Hana trip. Not disappointed! For a modest fee ($12 each I think) we were armed with very good torches and sent off to the entrance. We descended an...More
It’s one of those things that is real cool to say you did it. I’ve done it twice. It doesn’t take long and is very informative. It was raining so it was a perfect time to do it.
They sell pretty neat caps and tank...More
This place was a bit off the main road, but it was worth the drive down. It’s not too expensive, and you get to explore a large lava tube with flashlights. There are signs along the way tell you more about what you’re saying, and...More