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Covered by Lava in 1984, homes and Ohana are building again for a new community. the aloha spirit lives on!
The Hawaiian Kingdom. Much of it was covered by lava in the 90's. This neighborhood is great to visit for hikes, its black sand beach, Uncle Robert's for food, and local culture. It has a small corner market as well. Wednesday night is a big party at Uncle's Market, including a live band, dancing,…
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…
Uncle Roberts at the end of the road is a Wednesday night staple (rain or shine) for food, vendors and music. It begins at 6, ends at 9 but is crowded so arriving early is always smart. DO NOT go here expecting to immerse yourself in Hawaiian culture it is worth the trip however.