Vlog 16 - Snorkeling and Hawaiian History - South of Kona

Written by Sandrine Published on 26/08/2017

Hawaiian history

We begin this new day at Big Island with the discovery of the sacred site of Pu' uhonua o Hōnaunau, which is also a National Park. You will discover how the site functioned with its sacred rites, and some well-preserved remains. The place is really nice, lined with beautiful palm trees that seem to like it.

Double snorkeling session

We then continue with the discovery of 2 successive snorkeling spots. The first one is right next to the previous sanctuary, just a few hundred meters away. This is Two Steps beach, in reference to the two small steps that must be crossed to reach it. Here you will find an abundance of corals and thousands of small yellow fish.

At the end of the day, we approach Kona to look at Kahuluu Beach Park. This spot was supposed to be famous, but we'll stay hungry, with more banal bottoms than those we've seen on Big Island so far and finally not many fish.

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