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Hawaiian history is looking at rocks. We saw a lot of rocks on this trip. We stopped in to look at the grounds on our way up to Hawi, on the way back we actually got out of the car and walked around. It is a cool place to walk around. The grossest thing about it.. The flies. It was... 更多
This historical park was really interesting. Don't forget to take a brochure at the beginning because all the rock remains are just numbered. Wear tennis shoes or sturdy water shoes because the terrain is jagged lava rock. The beach and water is a marine life conservation district, but not suitable for younger or weak swimmers. The surf is rough, but... 更多
We went with the sole purpose of snorkeling but once we got down to the shore, we knew it was futile. The surf was WAY too rough and the rip tides were vicious looking. Bring proper shoes as the trail is very rough in areas and the lava rock can be very jagged. The top of the trail has a... 更多
This easy hike also offered a self-guided tour with numbered landmarks along the trail that offered explanations of historical significance. There are thatched stone buildings along the way with many other landmarks left from the historical fishing villages. The views of the ocean with the crashing waves in the background offered picturesque views of rolling hills meeting volcanic rocks and... 更多
We were there while some work was being done so didn't get to see the full scope but it is a 600 year old Hawaiian Village set up in petroglyphs - fascinating!
Dropped by here with mild trepidation because of earlier reviews - it's true a few of the trails were closed for work. The ranger at the main hut was super helpful and informative though, very willing to answer questions and provide more of the history. It was a scorching hot afternoon so we didn't do the full hike but it's... 更多
When we arrived there was no one at the guide hut [ located at car park].There are maps however available to take for a self guided walk.A large part of the trails was not available and we found the site description a bit disjointed. It is worth a visit however as the site is free and the trail is mainly... 更多
Just north of Kawaihae Harbor, turn left into the park. This 600-year old Hawaiian historical site will delight...and give you a feel for how Hawaiians lived on their Aupua'ha. Take your time and wander. Or bring a picnic. A bonus when whales are cavorting just offshore. Free and open daily.
I drove 20 miles to enhance my understanding of Hawaiian culture. There was a caretaker and a decrepit lean-to plus a brochure. The historic trail was closed for renovation. This was a wasted trip.