Wasabi Tours Hawaii is a locally owned and operated company that has been providing small group guided tours on the Big Island of Hawaii since 2006. Our tours offer a personal, exciting, and unique experience that exceeds the expectations of our guests.

Using years of experience exploring on this stunning and fascinating island, we selected the most scenic sites and best routes for our tours to allow guests not only discover highlights of the island, but also explore off the beaten paths. All of us strive to create lasting memories for our guests that they will cherish for a lifetime.

Our multilingual guides who can speak English, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean are all park ranger trained with years of experience guiding fully narrated tours on the island. They have a wealth of knowledge about the history, cultures, geography, wildlife and botany of Hawaii. Our passion is to showcase the beauty of this paradise with aloha spirit, and we want to share our passion with you in a fun, friendly and educational manner.

Wasabi Tours Hawaii proudly supports the sustainable tourism tenets of the Hawaii Ecotourism Association. In accordance with these values, we maintain an ongoing commitment in the areas of environmental preservation, interpretive training for staff, and guest relationship management.

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Nickles Badger
Operations Manager

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Jay Geng
VP of Sales

“He was full of information, history and stories of the island that we would not have educated ourselves with if we just drove ourselves around.”

“Dan provided us with tons of interesting and educational information about the history of the island, the local legends, the natural resources and of course the geological conditions. Keepin a 8 year old interested for that long is a huge challenge and Dan kept all of us engaged the entire tour.”

“Great tour with breathtaking views! It was a very informational tour full of interesting Hawaiian facts. My family loved every minute of it. Our guide was very friendly and enjoyable to listen to.”