Hawaii Vulkánok Nemzeti Park
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It is a drive for sure but well worth it! I recommend leaving in the early morning around 8 and traveling south to see Green Sands Beach, Black Sands Beach and South Point before arriving at the park around 2. See the crater, hike around and then go back through Hilo to arrive around dinner. Drive…
Go early! There is so much to see and do. Hike the crater rim, check out the visitor’s center, visit the lava tubes, and take a lot of pictures!!!
So much to explore and learn about the volcanoes and how the islands were formed. Visitor center, Halemaumau crater, sulfur pits, lava tubes and so much more!
Walk through an extinct volcano, hike through the Thurston Lava Tube, visit the historic Volcano House hotel and chat with the rangers at the visitor's center.
Something for everyone. Great hiking and walking trails. Small museum. Have lunch at the Volcano house on the rim of the crater.
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“Akaka Falls Park is about 11 miles north of Hilo on the Hamakua Coast. You can actually see 2 waterfalls ! A short walk involved but well worth it with lush plants and trees. Nice views on the way up to and from the falls. (Fee I think is $5/car) Yes a beautiful drive !”
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“Great outdoor market with tons of local produce and goods. Definitely worth checking out when in the Hilo side. ”
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“Awesome and so close to Hilo with easy access. You can hike a short distance to the top for a view of the "Boiling Pots".”
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“Fine dining in Pahoa would be at Kaleo's. We try something different here and have never been disappointed. ”
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