Hawai'i Hideaway

 There are many reasons why the South Point - Ka Lae area is so special. Ka Lae is believed to be the first place the seafaring Polynesians made landfall as early as 400 A.D. The entire southern tip of the big Island is a national historic landmark, with the ruins of heiau (temples), fishing shrines and other cultural vestiges.  

 Here you can watch the most beautiful sunrises, as well as breathtaking sunsets. The southern coastline is the last undeveloped coastline in Hawai'i.



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