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“We had a lots of fun! Diversity of marine life (turtles, fishes corals...) There are 2 parking lots: One at the church and one at the National park, both $5. Get there early if you want to avoid the crowd ;) There...”
“... are pristine and clear - in the morning you can see divers and snorkelers head down into the waters by Two Step to catch an array of different multi-colored fish - a living aquarium just steps away from the Park.”
“Within the extensive grounds of the park are a Great Wall over 1000 feet long and 10 feet high built of lava rock in the 1500's, reconstructed thatched roof Hawaiian houses, temples and wooden carvings of gods pro...”
“This "place of refuge' (pu'uhonua) is a beautifully renovated and preserved historical park where you can explore on your own with the park guide (1/2 mile walk) or with talks from the park rangers.”
“Snorkeling is almost as good as Captain Cook, without the need of a kayak ! Park your car along the road (if busy, you might need to pay, either peivate or at the national park entrance, but totally worth it), wal...”
“Parking is a bit of a hike unless you pay to park at City of Refuge (next door) and walk over.”