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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

4.6/5260 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Natural Site
Volcano
Open all day (Local time)
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is home to two active volcanoes, Mauna Loa and Kilauea, and the entire park extends from the top of Mauna Loa all the way to the sea. A footpath will lead you through volcanic craters, deserts, and rain forests, with museums, rock paintings and accessible lava tunnels along the way. Architectural ruins of destroyed towns can also be sighted around the craters. Kilauea is a highly active volcano and its enormous crater resembles a giant cauldron in which scalding red-hot lava can be seen flowing in volcanic lakes, making it a true wonder of the nature.
Punaluu Black Sand Beach

Punaluu Black Sand Beach

4.5/5121 Reviews
Beach
Open all day except bad weather (Local time)
Punaulu Black Sand Beach is located on the east side of the Big Island, adjacent to the scenic town of Vic, accompanied by organaceous rock cliffs. The hot volcanic lava flows into the cold sea water. After the pushing and impact of the waves, the magnesium and iron minerals in the lava are broken and deposited, forming a unique black sand beach. It is also home to rare animals and green turtles.
Pu'uhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park

Pu'uhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park

4.5/527 Reviews
Historical Site
National Park
Mauna Kea Summit

Mauna Kea Summit

4.3/581 Reviews
Volcano
Mountain
Open all day (Local time)
Mauna Kea is situated on Hawaii Island. This is the place where is more similar to the Martian landscape on the Earth. Many movies about space are shot here. This dormant volcano used to be a glacier and is now home to many endangered species. The famous Mauna Kea Observatory on the top of the hill is a rare astronomical observatory.
Kilauea Volcano

Kilauea Volcano

4.4/525 Reviews
Volcano
The volcano is open all day. The Thomas Jaggar Museum is Monday-Sunday 10:00-22:00; the Volcano Art Center Gallery is Monday-Sunday 9:00-17:00; Kahuku Unit Saturday-Sunday 9:00 -15:00, closed Monday-Friday, and holidays. (Local time)
Located in the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kilauea Volcano is one of the five shield-shaped volcanoes on the Big Island. It is also an active volcano with a huge caldera on the top. Standing in front of the lava, you can feel the energy and variety of lava, and the number of tourists coming to visit is increasing.
Kahaluu Bay

Kahaluu Bay

4.5/513 Reviews
Snorkeling/Diving
Beach
Aquarium
Seashore
South Kona Coast

South Kona Coast

4.5/516 Reviews
Seashore
Snorkeling/Diving
Waipio Valley

Waipio Valley

4.7/534 Reviews
Canyon
Open all day (Local time)
The Waipio Valley is located on the windward side of the Khajala Mountains. After the heavy rain, the rain falls from the crevices of the valley, forming a temporary white waterfall. The scenery is very spectacular, so the Hawaiians call the Waipio Valley sacred. place. The Waipio Valley is home to isolated native residents who live on agriculture and live a self-sufficient life.
Waialea Beach

Waialea Beach

4.6/516 Reviews
Beach
Hapuna Beach

Hapuna Beach

4.6/518 Reviews
Beach
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