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Hana Lava Tube

205 Ulaino Rd, Hana, HI 96713

(808) 248-7308
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Sunday
10:30 am - 4:00pm
Monday
10:30 am - 4:00pm
Tuesday
10:30 am - 4:00pm
Wednesday
10:30 am - 4:00pm
Thursday
10:30 am - 4:00pm
Friday
10:30 am - 4:00pm
Saturday
10:30 am - 4:00pm
* All Times in HST

Hana Lava Tube Reviews Around the Web


  • Kristine Cavaness · August 20, 2018

    I live here & it was my first time at the Lava Tube. It's a good family activity & lots of descriptive signs along the way. Plus, they offer soda & bottled water for just $1! Can't beat that :)


  • Majhaerlin Mandal · June 29, 2018

    Cool stop to check out. Its amazing how mother nature do all this beautiful creation.

    Staff is very friendly and greeted you with a smile as soon as you get off your car. Gave us a quick insight and some instructions before letting us go in. The inside is very dark and the only light you have is from the flashlight they provided. I would say if your claustrophobic and scared of the dark this is not for you. If those things wont bother you then chances are you will like it.

    The only thing I notice is some people keep touching things in there. Come on guys lets be respectful and don't be an annoying tourist who destroy everything. NO TOUCHING means no touching. Let's respect that.


  • Aubrey Mead · June 07, 2018

    Well maintained, friendly and knowledgeable staff. Amazing place once inside with informative plaques along the path. We were able to stop and turn off the flashlights for a few minutes and stand in total darkness, listening to the dripping of the stalactites. Only suggestion would be for the staff to request visitors to use library voices once inside, and to remind people to not shine flashlights into faces.


  • Michael Jaqua · September 16, 2018

    Interesting place to visit, with lots of signage to help understand how it formed. Rough walking surface, but not too bad to navigate, and sturdy handrails to help steady those who need it.


  • Doug Harrell · August 09, 2018

    They don't open until 10:30pm so we went to black sand beach first and then headed back twards turtle beach. The lava tubes has about 10 spots to park. So getting there earlier is better. Each person cost $12.50 us to get in. They give you a flash light to use while in the cave for each person. The cave takes about 30 minutes if you stop to read each section. Not much of a hard incline to walk through but would recommend watching your step with random rocks every where through the path. I'd say it's pretty kid friendly as well. They also have a maze you can walk through. They do have 2 port-o-pottty's if you do need to go to the bathroom.

    It was a cool experience to walk through the cave. there is one point in the cave that you'll have to bend down to get through a portion of the cave. I'd say there's about 20 steps to get down into the cave. But there is railing through out the cave to hold onto for balance.

    Hope you enjoy!

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