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South of Hilo on the island of Hawaii’s easternmost tip lies the Puna district and town of Pahoa, known for its free-spirited vibe. Many locals believe that Puna is Pele’s workshop, where the volcano goddess continually creates and recreates the very land we live on. Indeed, this dynamic area stretches from Kilauea’s summit east to the sea, including lava features, black-sand beaches and more natural wonders forged by the power of volcanoes. 

Stop off at Pahoa, a former mill town with an inviting boardwalk housing eclectic shops and eateries; if it’s a weekend, detour to the roadside Makuu Farmers Market and stock up on roasted macadamia nuts and local produce. 

Puna’s most dramatic destination is Kalapana. In 1990, lava from Kīlauea engulfed Kaimū and Kalapana. While there is no accessible black sand beach any more, you can visit Uncle Robert's Awa Bar and Farmer's Market. You can also see remnants of the flow that covered Kaimū.

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Hamakua Heritage Corridor
ヒロからワイピオ渓谷展望台へ、素晴らしい眺望と滝、植物園、小さな町を訪ねる、思い出に残るドライブを。
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Honokaa
ワイピオ渓谷への入り口となる、親しみを感じるこの小さな町には、地元の可愛らしいお店やレストランが並びます。
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Waipio Valley Lookout
ハマクア・コースト北部に位置する展望台で、ここから見渡せる神聖なワイピオ渓谷は、カメハメハ1世が幼少期を過ごした場所。ハワイにとって政治的、宗教的に重要な場所です。
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Hilo Farmers Market
ヒロ・ファーマーズマーケットは、ハワイの中でも大変人気のあるマーケットで、新鮮なフルーツや野菜、植物、工芸品などがそろっています。
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Liliuokalani Gardens
リリウオカラニ庭園は、美しく手入れの行き届いた12万㎡もの広さの庭園で、池のある日本庭園、ガゼボ、岩が置かれたガーデンがあります。
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Akaka Falls State Park
アカカ滝州立公園では、アカカ滝(落差134m)とカフナ滝、二つの見事な滝を見ることができます。
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Downtown Hilo
ダウンタウン・ヒロはハワイ島最大の小さな町。米国国家歴史登録材にもなっている築100年以上になる木造の店舗、様々な洗練されたギャラリー、ショップ、文化遺産の数々があります。
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Wailuku River State Park
ダウンタウン・ヒロの近くで滝を見たい時には、ワイアヌエヌエ・アベニューを西に少しドライブして、ワイルク川州立公園へ。
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Punaluu Black Sand Beach
This famous black sand beach is a great photo opportunity and is almost as popular with honu (green sea turtles) as it is with visitors.
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Kalae (South Point)
The southern-most point in the Hawaiian Islands (and the United States) offers beautiful ocean views.
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One of the state’s most famous attractions is a testament to the power of nature and a rare opportunity to see an active volcano.
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Puukohola Heiau National Historic Site
国により管理されているこの史跡では、ハワイ最大規模、そして最後に造られたヘイアウ(神殿)があります。
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Puako Petroglyph Archeological Preserve
プアコ・ペトログリフ遺跡保護地区は、ペトログリフがハワイで最も広範囲に見られる彫刻遺跡の一つです。
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Hapuna Beach
コハラ・コーストにあるハプナ・ビーチは、ハワイ島最大の白砂のビーチです。
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Pololu Valley Lookout
ポロル渓谷展望台からは、ポロル渓谷や黒砂のビーチ、島の北東の海岸線の見事な景色を堪能できます。
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Puuhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park
Visit Puuhonua o Honaunau and learn about early Hawaiian history at this National Historic Park, historic place of refuge and former royal grounds.
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Keauhou
The Keauhou resort area, just south of Historic Kailua Village in Kona, is where you can often spot manta rays and honu (Hawaiian green sea turtles).
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Historic Kailua Village (Kailua-Kona)
Historic Kailua Village is a lively seaside town in the heart of Kona home to shopping, dining and important historic sites.
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Hulihee Palace
Travel back to the days of the Hawaiian monarchy at Hulihee Palace, located right on Alii Drive in the heart of Historic Kailua Village (Kailua-Kona).
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Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park
Just south of Ellison Onizuka Kona International Airport, is Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park. Explore this coastal park and discover how an early Hawaiian settlement survived on the rugged Kona coast.
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Lava Tree State Park
This seven-acre State Monument is home to unusual lava tree structures that rise up out of the ground.
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Volcano Village
Visit this charming artist community located five minutes from Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
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Kalapana
Once a historic town partially destroyed by lava, now a lava viewing area on the southeastern coast of the island of Hawaii.
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Hamakua Coast
Onomea Bay on the Hamakua Coast on the island of Hawaii
If you’re driving along the Hamakua Coast be sure to stop to explore some of its hidden gems, including taro farms, black sand beaches, splendid waterfalls and more.
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Hilo
Scenic view of the Hilo coast on the island of Hawaii
The perfect place to explore local shops, a famous farmers market, beautiful beaches and dramatic waterfalls.
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Puna
Lava Trees State Park in Puna on the island of Hawaii
See dramatic features such as lava trees and molds at Lava Trees State Park and swim in volcanically heated tide pools.
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Kau
Punaluu Black Sand Beach in Kau on the island of Hawaii
See an active volcano at Hawaii Volcanoes National park and learn how the Hawaiian Islands were formed.
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Kona
Crystal clear beaches in Kona on the island of Hawaii
Bright blue water, abundant resorts, coffee tastings, and unique historical and cultural landmarks — your options are plentiful.
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Kohala
Hapuna Beach State Park in Kohala on the island of Hawaii
The island of Hawaii is often called the “Golf Capital of Hawaii” because of the renowned courses found along the Kohala Coast.
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Puna Highlights

Lava Tree State Park

Lava Tree State Park

This seven-acre State Monument is home to unusual lava tree structures that rise up out of the ground.

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Volcano Village

Volcano Village

Visit this charming artist community located five minutes from Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

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Kalapana

Kalapana

Once a historic town partially destroyed by lava, now a lava viewing area on the southeastern coast of the island of Hawaii.

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