Volcano: Volcanoes National Park E-Bike Ride with GPS Guide

Activity provider: Bike Volcano

Volcano: Volcanoes National Park E-Bike Ride with GPS Guide

Activity provider: Bike Volcano
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Take a GPS E-bike Tour of the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and the Lava Viewing Area using your smartphone. Embark on an adventure packed with fun bike trails and roads.

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  • E-bike around the rim of an active volcano
  • Walk through a lava tube
  • Feel the force of volcanic heat at the steam vents
  • Ride to the closest viewpoint to see active lava in the Summit Crater
  • Bike through a lush native Hawaiian Rainforest
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Experience the thrill of a lifetime: E-bike around the rim of an erupting volcano. Follow a GPS map tour using your smartphone. This day of unbeatable excitement begins at Bike Volcano Headquarter in Volcano Village (less than a mile from the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park) where there is secured parking, restrooms, a general store, and a restaurant.

Here you will be fitted with an e-bike and helmet and given a safety lecture under the canopy staging area. The GPS system will then lead you on a voice turn-by-turn navigation from Volcano Village into National Park on a bike trail through a lush native Hawaiian Rainforest.

Your first stop will be Waldron's Ledge where you will get your first panoramic view of Kilauea Volcanos Caldera and the active lava in Halemaumau Crater (volcano-dependent). Next, your ride continues a paved trail along the rim of the Caldera to the Steam Vents where you will feel the heat of the volcano and get another incredible view of the Kilauea Volcano's Caldera.

Continue biking along the crater's edge, getting incredible vast views unseen by most visitors to the park. Stop at the Kilauea Overlook and the Summit of Kilauea. Adventure abounds as you head to the opposite side of the crater and bike through the lush Hawaiian rainforest to see the incredible Kilauea Iki Crater before taking a short hike through the Thurston Lava Tube.

The journey continues down Devastation Trail and leads to the closest viewing point to see the active lava in the Summit Crater. Why walk when you can e-bike? You will end your journeying by biking back to Volcano Village where you will say "A hui hou", until we meet again.

  • Comfort Hybrid E-Bike Rental
  • Helmet
  • Bike bag
  • Bike lock
  • Safety instruction
  • Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Pass
  • Backpack (available for rent for $5)
  • Rain jacket
  • Binoculars
Not suitable for
  • Children under 15 years
  • Pregnant women
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned

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Meeting point

Meet at Bike Volcano headquarters, where there is secure parking, restrooms, and a canopy staging area (usage charge $5/cyclist). Pass the Lava Rock Cafe then use either driveway to get to the rear parking lot. Look for the white canopy at the north end of the parking area.

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What to bring

  • Passport or ID card
  • Driver's license
  • Sunglasses
  • Camera
  • Credit card
  • Sunscreen
  • Jacket
  • T-shirt
  • Long pants
  • Shorts
  • Binoculars
  • Closed-toe shoes
  • Thermal clothing

Not allowed

  • Sandals or flip flops
  • Slippers
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I LOVED this activity so much...seeing Volcanoes National Park from the perspective of bike riding is way different than driving your car from parking lot to the next parking lot. You see so much more...and don't have to wait for the next open parking spot. Following the app was a tad bit tricky...we missed the bike trail opening near the end to get back to starting location and had to backtrack slightly - okay maybe we saw a couple of locations more than once. LOL

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September 20, 2022

September 24, 2022


Product ID: 15794