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Kohala Historical Sites State Monument, Island of Hawaii

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.8/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web
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  • Mookini Heiau is one of the most sacred places on the Big Island, where thousands met their death through human sacrifice. It is very isolated and quiet, and reachable only on foot. Others may be skep...  read more »
  • I parked my car out on the main road and walked the entire road...past the house and barking dogs onto the path next to coast. I was alone and in flip flops. Might use better shoes, but I made it both...  read more »
  • Visited in. 2013 and tried to take the nieces to visit but the road was too muddy, even with a 4-wheel drive. We abandoned the treck, pulled over and let them take pictures further down the road. Woul...  read more »
  • To much to do in just little time but come back soon. That is so beautiful. Awesome places just amazing
  • I some respects, it is like the trip to Hana on Maui, not much at the end of the road, but interesting views to get there. Do not try to drive in there. The "road" has deep holes that fill with water that could be deep or hiding large rocks. If you walk out there in the winter months, you should see many whales between the Big Island and Maui as you walk along the sea cliffs.
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