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  • 1. Halemaumau Crater

    For Native Hawaiians, Halemaumau Crater is the sacred home of Pele, the fire goddess; for scientists at the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, this mighty pit crater...Read More

  • 2. Kealakekua Bay Beach

    Gorgeous and undeveloped, this area in the state historical park offers extraordinary vistas and protected swimming. The shoreline is rocky, but the area is surrounded...Read More

  • 3. Mauna Ulu Trail

    The Mauna Ulu lava flow presents an incredible variety of geological attractions within a moderate, 2½-mile round-trip hike. The diverse lava landscape was created during...Read More

  • 4. Waipio Valley Lookout

    An easily accessible access point to see the beauty of the Waipio Valley, this lookout offers a stunning view of the valley and the high...Read More

  • 5. Boiling Pots

    Four separate streams fall into a series of circular pools here, fed by Peepee Falls just above, and the resulting turbulent action—best seen after a...Read More

  • 6. Devastation Trail

    A paved pathway takes visitors across a barren lavascape strewn with chunky cinders that descended from towering lava fountains during the 1959 eruption of nearby...Read More

  • 7. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park: Kahuku Unit

    Located off Highway 11 at mile marker 70.5, the Kahuku section of the park takes visitors over many trails through ancient lava flows and native...Read More

  • 8. Ka Lae

    It's thought that the first Polynesians came ashore at this southernmost point of land in the United States, also a National Historic Landmark, and today...Read More

  • 9. Moku Ola

    Also known as Coconut Island, this small island sits just offshore from Liliuokalani Gardens and is a nicely manicured spot where children play in the...Read More

  • 10. Pohoiki Black Sand Beach

    Located next to Isaac Hale Beach is Madame Pele's newest creation, Pohoiki Black Sand Beach, formed when lava from the Lower Puna eruption of 2018...Read More

  • 11. Steam Vents and Sulphur Banks

    A short walk from the Kilauea Visitor Center leads to the pungent yet fascinating Sulphur Banks, where gases composed of hydrogen sulfide produce a smell...Read More

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