Pu'uhonua O Hōnaunau National Historical Park
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A remarkable and stunning historic park that has ancient stone walls, tikis, totems, altars, tide pools, turtles, beaches, fish ponds, ranger talks, beach trails, picnicking, canoe building, and all round unsurpassed beauty.
Kona side. Experience and learn about the Hawaiian culture and how they lived.
Very historical and a must see. Great big Tiki's and more. Ancient Hawaii and National Park.
Incredibly special place; historical ruin Small admission price (check hours online) Lots of reef and natural wildlife Very swimmable beach next to park Long drive from Hilo; consider one night Kona side.
Puʻuhonua o Hōnaunau National Historical Park is a United States National Historical Park located on the west coast of the island of Hawaiʻi in the U.S. state of Hawaiʻi. The historical park preserves the site where, up until the early 19th century, Hawaiians who broke a kapu (one of the ancient…
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“Great beach for snorkeling, boogie boards, picnics, nice sandy beach with fresh water shower to rinse off”
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“If you have a membership, this is a great spot to stock the AirBnb for your stay!”
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“Very close local grocery with options from organic to standard American diet. Poke is amazing! ”
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“This is definitely one of the most popular stops for tourists and locals alike. There’s a large outdoor dining area as well as a bar inside. They also have live music at times. The beers are tasty and the pizza is very good. There’s also a really yummy veggie and hummus dish if you want something lighter so you can drink more beer. ”
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“Volcanoes National Park is an otherworldly place, and is about a 90 mile scenic drive away. It’s beauty and rugged terrain both make this a very important place in Hawaii’s history. The Kilauea volcano eruption event of 2018 was massive and changed the landscape so drastically that Halema’uma’u crater collapsed and the Jagger museum has closed due to unstable ground. The visitor center within the park has a video that shows the destruction experienced during the last eruption and is worth watching. One of our favorite hikes to do in the park is the Kilauea Iki hike. It’s diverse and is good for pretty much all levels of hiking ability. There’s sweeping views of the crater on top, and you eventually descend into the crater itself and make your way back up. Absolutely a must do! The rangers at the visitor center are helpful and can guide you to other places of interest in the park. A drive down Chain Of Craters road is also a great way to see the park. Please note that there is currently no active lava visibly flowing in the park at this time. The weather can vary greatly on this part of the island, so plan ahead. If you come during winter, it will be much colder than it is in Kona. Visit the park’s website for more info.”
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