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I wish I'd known about this park and read the reviews here before we visited, we didn't know about hiking over to the new flows. We stopped here on a whim as we went by coming back from Isaac Hale park, it looked pretty and...More
Drove here from volcano after visiting the national park. Worth it for the drive alone. But once there it’s both breathtaking and haunting. The waves break directly onto the cliffs and the spray washes over the top depending on where you stand. Locals believe the...More
VNP staff advised us to come here to see where the lava had flowed into the sea. We were able to walk across the lava fields with the ocean crashing onto the newly formed cliffs.
the lava had some steam vents and was still warm...More
We followed Nicfromperth's TripAdvisor review and the instructions were right on. (Thumb up Nic) They were clearing trees just before the entrance when we visited so needed to wait several minutes coming and going but that's ok. We took a different route but wound up...More
We came to MacKenzie a couple of days after it reopened on Sept 8. Google gets a bit confused with directions due to the recent damage to infrastructure and homes caused by the eruption.
There are new black sand beaches, ridges and cliffs and it's...More
The drive here is really lovely and passes through interesting jungle and trees. When we arrived, we were the only ones there. We enjoyed some quiet time listening to the waves crash into the large cliffs. A very peaceful, tranquil place with lots of trees/shade....More
This unadvertised stop is a gem. Easy access, peaceful and beautiful. You can easily walk the cliffs and see how the lava flows have done their magic. Combine the ocean doing its work to make a views right out of a geologist’s notebook.
Visited late on a Saturday afternoon and was delighted to find a quiet and secluded place to enjoy the ocean from the vantage point of 30 foot cliffs. We were sad that we didn't bring fishing poles, but it was fun to watch a group...More