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Scenic Lookout
“Hawaii was created by volcanoes and the National Park remains one of the greatest attractions available. Learn about the dynamics of Pele's power. Chain of Craters Road is a great drive.”
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Scenic Lookout
“Take a pleasant self-guided walk through lush tropical vegetation to scenic vista points overlooking the cascading Kahuna Falls and the free-falling Akaka Falls, which plunges 442 feet. Stop to pet the goats on the way there at Honomu Goat Dairy.”
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Historic Site
“It is important to learn, and here learning is possible. There is an amazing story behind this site the buildings, the ponds and the people that lived here.”
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Beach
“Long stretch of white sand beach, complete with bathrooms and showers. Lifeguards on site, parking and pavilions available.”
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Beach
“Approximate 10 minute walk from the Kona Belle. This is one of the top spots in Kona for snorkeling”
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Botanical Garden
“The Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden is a nonprofit botanical garden and nature preserve located on the 4 mile scenic route off of Route 19 at 27-717 Old Māmalahoa Highway, Pāpa'ikou, Hawaii, Hawaii. ”
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Surf Spot
“Hilo, while not known for big beaches, does offer a lot of spots for good snorkeling and relaxation. This is one of those places, It is best enjoyed on week days when it may be less crowded,”
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Beach
“The crystal clear waters of Kua Bay are so perfect and blue you may never want to leave. Ideal for, among other activities, boogie boarding, snorkeling, swimming, and relaxing on the sand.”
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Park
“The warm ponds are a great place to hang out at any time, including when it's cold and rainy. There are also tide pools nearby. Wednesdays a lot of musicians come to play in the pavilion there. ”
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Beach
“Visit a unique, black sand beach on the south side of the Big Island. I can almost guarantee you will see sea turtles!”
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Mountain
“Head up to the observatory and visitor's center at night for an amazing view of the stars. With 3 telescopes and staff on hand, there is always something beautiful to see and wonderful stories to hear. Be sure to bring some warm clothing as it gets chilly up on the mountain.”
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Surf Spot
“The actual Isaac Hale Park was destroyed by the last lava flows, BUT immediately adjacent is our newest black sand beach. The sand is coarse and the surf may be rough. A good beach for surfers and strong swimmers,”
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Trail
“A 0.7-mile (1.1 km) footpath forms a loop through the park. Like all Hawaii state parks, there is no charge for parking and entry. Facilities include restrooms, picnic tables, and 3 covered structures to provide refuge from the rain or sun. It is open daily during daylight hours only, since there are no lights on the path. No camping, and no mountain bikes are allowed in the park. There are no water fountains at the park; bring your own water. Although there is a paved path, tree roots have lifted and separated parts of the path so toddlers and the elderly may need assistance. DIRECTIONS: From the Hawaii Belt Road (State Route 11), take Highway 130, known as Keaʻau-Pāhoa Road, toward the town of Pāhoa. Bypass the first intersection that would take you into Pāhoa by staying to the left. Continue to the traffic light where Pāhoa Bypass Road, Keaʻau-Pāhoa Rd and Pāhoa-Kapoho roads meet. At this intersection, make a left onto Highway 132, Pāhoa-Kapoho Road. Continue for about 3 miles (4.8 km) to Lava Tree Road on your left. The park is located on your right, about 150 feet (46 m) down Lava Tree Road. ”
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Beach
“You can see the large turtles here if you are lucky. Don't be shy to ask around if they close by.”
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Scenic Lookout
“One of the most unique spots in the island. Water World was filmed here. 4 wheel drive required to go down into the valley. Use caution.”
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Park
“The best beach on the island! Great snorkeling and local dolphin sightings.”
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