Pu’uhonua O Honaunau Park is located near a popular snorkeling point known as Two Step. This park contains rich amounts of culture with a reconstruction of a Hawaiian temple. It is a sacred site of the Hawaiian people and is preserved by the National Park Service.
We stumbled upon this place by accident while on our way to snorkeling, but really enjoyed the quick glimpse to the past. Check out this quick video as I walk around the main portion of the park. Continue reading “Hawaii: Pu’uhonua O Honaunau Park”
While we were on the Big Island of Hawaii, we definitely had our adventures. Some were off the beaten path while others were more crowded. What we liked about the Big Island is that there aren’t as many people living there, or as many tourists, so you have more room to explore without the masses. It has beautiful beaches, a 13,803ft mountain, waterfalls, and active volcanoes with lava. How can you beat that on an island that only takes 1.5 to 2 hours to drive across? Continue reading “Our Top 5 Activities on the Big Island of Hawaii”