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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Sliding Sands Trail Kula Hawaii
Pipiwai Trail Hana Hawaii
Captain Cook's Monument Trail Captain Cook Hawaii
Waipio Valley Trail Honokaa Hawaii
Kilauea Iki Trail and Crater Rim Trail Hawaii National Park Hawaii
Thurston Lava Tube Trail Hawaii National Park Hawaii
Iao Needle Trail [CLOSED] Wailuku Hawaii
Akaka Falls Trail Pepeekeo Hawaii
Waihe'e Ridge Trail Wailuku Hawaii
Pololu Trail Kapaau Hawaii

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Honaunau National Historical Park

attraction Kailua-Kona, HI
Honaunau is a 180 acre national park that preserves a sacred place. You can admire the tikis that stand around the bay, walk through an ancient Hawaiian village and witness how the kings of Hawaii once lived. Demonstrations of Hawaiian games, poi (taro-root paste) pounding, canoe making, and more events are frequently scheduled. There are natural pools and a picnic area. Nearby is an excellent snorkeling place composed of a lava shelf.

Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park

attraction Kailua-Kona, HI
Kaloko means pond and here at this park you can view important wetlands which harbor native birds, and the endangered Hawaiian monk seal, which is one of the only 2 mammals native to the Hawaiian Islands. Honokohau means "bay drawing dew" and it?s a reference to the ancient settlement which today is an archaeological site. Here you can hike and discover ancient fishponds, houses, petroglyphs and sacred sites. You can also marvel at the Ai?opio Fishtrap a 1.7 acre pond which is enclosed by stonewall which serves as an artificial enclosure to trap fish.

Kahaluu Beach Park

attraction Kailua-Kona, HI
A famous black sand beach which is known for snorkeling, there is also a diversity of sea life here. There are some calm places to swim but also great places to surf. You can come here and enjoy a picnic and a grill as you watch the sunset with your loved ones.

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