Going Back in time, Black Sand Beach, Hot Springs, Lush Rain Forests
and Lava Tree State Park on the so. end of the Chain of Craters Rd. Pahoa
town retains it's funky, rural charm. The Kumukahi Lighthouse is still
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Volcano and Hilo as you travel south on Hwy. #11 you will find
the cut off at Keaau to go to Pahoa in the Puna District. Puna
retains it's funky, down-at-the-heels rural charm. You will
drive thru a lush rain-forest to discover the barren rock lava
of the Kalapana Area. The town of Kalapana was destroyed by
the 1990 lava flows. It is also the rest of the Chain of Craters
Road going back to the Volcano. There are hot springs to soak
in, a black sand beach, some nice B&B's for the true pilgrims.
old Kumukahi Lighthouse, still in operation, had the lava just
flow around it is a special attraction. Also Lava Tree State
Park, a volcanic landmark, is located on Hwy. #132. Well
worth the time if you would like to see a little of Old Hawaii.
Puna is just 27 miles to Hilo and it is a real nice drive.
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