This adventure is for those who love history and enjoy immersing themselves in culture. Hilo is a significant area in the islands and was known to be a favorite surf spot for King Kamehameha. Today you can try a local favorite along the bayfront and enjoy a delicious shave ice. Learn about the Naha Stone (weighing 3 tons) and how Kamehameha overturned it. View Waianuenue and Le’ele’eke heleleʻi. We will also drive to the bridge that looks over Le’ele’eke heleleʻi for a panoramic view of the waterfall and lush green landscapes. From here we will venture off to the Kaumana Caves. Here you can explore one of the many Lava Tubes on the island. This one has a metal ladder, and we will provide the flashlight(s) for you. This lava tube was created in 1881 in a lava flow from Mauna Loa. Before we take you back to the port, we bring you to Moku Ola Heiau and Liliuokalani Gardens.