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Private Sunset and Astrophotography Tour of Big Island

A brand new tour offered on the Big Island of Hawaii.

Quick Details

Available 7 Days a Week

Approx 1:00 a.m. – 9:30 p.m. 

Duration: 8.5 hours

Starts in Kona

Groups 1-4
Groups 5-9

Witness Ancient Hawaii and Breathtaking Views On This Epic Adventure of The Big Island


Take part in a guided adventure of exploring the North coast of the Kohala district of Big Island. Ancient sites, breathtaking lookouts, hidden coves, and of course the Sunset. To end the magical night, we follow up with the best astrophotography location on the Big Island of Hawaii. Discover our exclusive and handpicked places for capturing great content and creating memories to treasure.

Your afternoon starts with a drive out to Lapakahi State Park for a glimpse of old Hawaii. A look into the past as it was like to live as a Native Hawaiian of a time long ago. This coastal park is one of the most well-preserved settlements on the island and will bring a historic value to your photo collection. Let’s continue to the renowned Polulu Valley, an impressive valley carved into the Kohala Volcano. Here you will capture astonishing views of this spectacular valley and its long black sand beach. Next, we will take you to visit downtown Hawi. Here you will photograph the King Kamehameha I Statue. This statue is a tribute to the great warrior, diplomat, and leader.

As the sunset draws near, prepare to embrace the changing colors of the sky as we position you in perfect timing for an enchanting evening on the scenic Kohala Mountain Road. This is your time to shine. We want to allow you plenty of time to capture photographs that you will be proud of. Remember, we are here to help you.

Finally, after we grab some food in Waimea, discover the brilliance of the night sky at a secluded location and test out your photo settings against the twinkling stars and planets. The number of stars that fill the sky is overwhelming. Lucky, you will capture it all so that you can look back at this amazing night with us.

Join the newest photo tout in Hawaii and be a part of something awesome.

Sites We Visit

What To Bring

  • Do not bring more than you can carry.
  • We provide you with a tripod. You may bring your own.
  • Wear comfortable, closed-toed shoes.
  • Bring something to drink for yourself.
  • You may want to bring a light jacket if you get cold easily.
  • Additional batteries and memory cards for your camera.

In partnership with Wasabi Tours Hawaii