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Recently stayed on the Kona side of the Big Island and spent 2 days exploring the Island. This lookout was easy to get to, no hike required, splendid view, and on a clear day you can see Maui from this spot.
Limited parking, so be...More
We stopped at this lookout on our way from Hilo to Waikoloa. The view was stunning and would be even better on a clear day. At the time of our visit there was rain cloud around that obscured the view a little. It was not...More
What an amazing view!
We visited Hawaii for our summer vacation in 2018 - the Big Island, Oahu and Kauai.
On our last full day on the Big Island we had a full day:
- Overnight drive from Kona to Hilo, on the Saddle Road,...More
The view from the lookout is stunning, and the beach is wild and beautiful. If you drive down, have a 4x4 vehicle and go slow. Traffic coming up has the right-of-way and there are a few areas where you can pull over but if you...More
Short walk from the car park down to a view point with beautiful scenery. Looking across the valley to the headlands beyond. Was a bit misty when we were there but still beautiful. Toilets available here too.
Waipio Valley lookout is one of the most beautiful views in Big Island. We did not have the time to go down. There is a shuttle service just a few mins from the lookout that takes you down. Even without going down it was a...More
This was a great lookout and on the return trip there is a truck with tables and chairs set on the grass where you can get a hot or cold drink, ice cream or coconut water. You can sit and take in the view and...More
The lookout was a beautiful view of the ocean. You could walk down the very steep slope down to the black sand beach. The hike I would recommend for more experienced and passionate hikers. For me it was a rough way up and down but...More
I'm going through some old photos BEFORE the eruption and found I hadn't reviewed this so am taking the time to do so now...
This was the first stop on our drive from Waikoloa to Kilauea caldera. Hard to find parking, so I suggest driving...More