This was one of the most beautiful spots we visited while in Hawaii. The sun, the water, and the rocks all sang in perfect harmony at this photogenic beach.
In Hawaiian, “puka” means simply “hole.” It is most commonly used in association with the small shells strung together into a necklace. These have a naturally occurring hole, making them nature’s beads. The term is also used to refer to holes in the lava rock, much like Pali Puka on Oahu or the heart-shaped puka next to Nakalele Blowhole on Maui.
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