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Kalapana : les meilleures activités

Découvrez la ville à travers les yeux des habitants. Trouvez les meilleures activités, les meilleures tables et obtenez de précieux conseils auprès des personnes qui vivent ici.

Cafe
“Saturdays feature local bands, juice bar, alcoholic drinks, local merchandise. There is a night market. There is also a nearby beach. ”
85 habitants locaux recommandent
Parc
“Within the land trust of Native Hawaiian Kingdom, a truly unique experience with cultural history, talk story, local foods, beautiful black sand beach, UFO landing sight and more!”
18 habitants locaux recommandent
Bar
“Carming and authentic Hawaiian open-air (covered) bar and festival. Wednesday nights LIve music, dancing, hot food vendors, Bananarama vegan bakery, vegan coconut ice cream, hawaiian shirts, Hawaii Made art and crafts, locally made "filthy farmgirl" soap, organic veggies and fruit.”
13 habitants locaux recommandent
Travel Agency
“Native Hawaiian owned and operated, providing authentic cultural insights for your island experience. Offering hikes, bike, waterfall boat and lava boat tours. Private tours available.”
9 habitants locaux recommandent
Aliments
“An incredible piece of old Hawaii plus local Wednesday gathering place for music and food. ”
9 habitants locaux recommandent
Natural Feature
“fascinating with 1000's of replanted coconut palms. Kalapana bay was filled with lava in 1991. New black sand beach formed. ”
8 habitants locaux recommandent
Point of Interest
“Rare opportunity to hike on the lava with ocean in the distance. Also check out Hot Spot Lava Information on your left down a red conder driveway.”
7 habitants locaux recommandent
Locality
“Kalapana, Lower Puna Lava devastation 1986-1990. The eruption moved downslope from the Kilauea summit. For more than five years, the Kupaianaha tube system sent flows to the coast. During this period, the lava wiped out the communities of Kalapana, Royal Gardens and Kapa‘ahu, all effectively destroyed by 1990. Kalapana was buried under 50 to 80 feet of lava. View Late Wednsday afternoon and then join the crowd next door @ Uncle Awa's farmers market with food, drinks, vendors and a Live Band.”
29 habitants locaux recommandent
Route
“Beautiful ocean views, scenery, Issac Hale Beach Park for swimming, picnicking, surfing, Lava Cast forest, tree canopy over the road. Our favorite drive and one we highly recommend for our guests.”
3 habitants locaux recommandent
Natural Feature
“New beach formed from the previous lava flow in Kalapana. This beach is a 10 minute walk from Uncle Roberts. ”
4 habitants locaux recommandent
Laundry
“local laundromat. They will also clean and fold your laundry for you, for an additional fee. Located behind the Black Rock Cafe in Pahoa.”
3 habitants locaux recommandent
Point of Interest
“Rent a bike and ride out to the lava entry point. Wear long pants. You may see some park rangers, and they can point you to lava flows up hill. Make sure you wear closed toe shoes, and bring plenty of water. ”
1 habitant local recommande
Galerie d'art
1 habitant local recommande
Supérette
“Kaimu Country Store is somewhere between a smaller grocery store and a large convenience store. Perfect for those last-minute items you forgot to grab in Hilo or Pahoa. It's the only convenience/grocery store after passing Pahoa, and fortunately just walking distance from the house. ”
3 habitants locaux recommandent
Parc
“Kaimu Cafe has groceries and a small deli/cafe. Uncle Roberts Awa Bar has live music and food vendors on Wednesday and Friday evenings.”
1 habitant local recommande
Route
1 habitant local recommande