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COVID-19 UPDATE: This tour is suspended indefinitely with no plans to bring it back, at least not in 2021. Please consider our other waterfall tour.
Explore a Hawaiian chocolate farm and spectacular waterfalls on an intimate tour in the scenic hills above Hilo. You’ll learn all about the chocolate making process, from picking a fresh cacao pod from the orchards to walking through a chocolate factory to of course yummy tastings! You’ll also experience amazing views of tropical waterfalls, including famous Rainbow Falls. After a pleasant jungle walk down to another impressive waterfall (Kulaniapia) on private property, you can swim, kayak, and paddleboard, or just relax by the shore. The tour concludes with lunch at a picturesque spot with more waterfall viewing.
Sandra Z wrote:
Rained the entire day and still had a great time. The guide, Brett, was wonderful. Knowledgeable and calm and a great photo taker. Nice feel of the city as you drive around. The waterfalls are beautiful. Chocolate farm also great. The best 70% cacao I’ve ever tasted. Even the lunch was delicious. Can’t recommend highly enough.
This small group tour is excellent. Swimming in the waterfall pool was one of the greatest experiences in Hawaii.
Julien F wrote:
The tour was excellent. An extra 30 minutes or so at the private falls would have been fantastic, but we were just greedy for more ;-) Our guide Angela wowed us with her friendly and professional demeanor. We would definitely recommend this tour to others.
Hawaii The Big Island Revealed Guidebook:
Rainbow Falls: Not to be missed! If you like waterfalls, it's a perfect example of why you'll want to drive to the Hilo side. Best waterfall in Hilo area.
Lonely Planet Guidebook:
Top-notch ecotour outfitter with knowledgeable guides
Since 1993, this locally owned and operated outfit has built a reputation for outstanding nature tours and eco-adventures. Sustainability and cultural sensitivity is a company mission. They have access to thousands of acres of restricted or private lands and employ expert, certified guides who are entertaining and informative.
The island’s premier outfitter, this eco-friendly company also has exclusive access to many sites