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Very interesting cultural site that's well worth exploring after a morning snorkel at Two Step.
Favorite place in the big island. Come near sunset, (we came around 5:30 in mid-September).
Really lovely place.
Beautiful snorkling spot! Beginners, be aware that the waves can get intense along the rocky coast.
Come early to beat the crowds and have the best weather. Storms often move in by the afternoon.
The place was quite hot. Wear shorts and sandals.
Very interesting historical and spiritual spot. Beautiful!
Take the self guided tour learn about early native Hawaiian history and culture. The nearby beach/rock area called Two Step has some of the best snorkeling on the Big Island.
Stunning place! There are sometimes turtles in the surf here so keep an eye out.
Careful not to step on sea urchins! Enter by the two step and jump right in to see nice colorful reef! No luck with dolphins that morning :(
Interesting historical place. Want to go back and check out the snorkeling that comes highly recommended.
I'd like to buy a vowel, Pat.
Arrive at the park early; the afternoon sun can be brutal, as there is little shade. The self-guided tour takes about an hour. Use caution when exploring by the water, lava rock can be slippery.
Paid $5 to get in because we didn't realize there was a beach next door. Live and learn
Tiki's galore! Gotta love those tiki's.
Entry fee is good at all National Parks for seven days. Make sure to keep your receipt.
$5 for day use. #bigisle2012
Awesome snorkeling right next to the historic site. Plenty of sea turtles :)
There's a fantastic picnic area you can drive to on the south end of the park. Great for sunsets :)
Best off shore snorkeling down south... Its amazing! Try to find the spelling of ALOHA with rocks under the water out to the right side of bay.
This is a nice spot. But beware in Warm weather it is extremely hot with all the black lava rocks
Show up shortly after gate opens for free entry (before 8 probably). Gate open 7am-7pm.
Lovely, peaceful spot.
Best snorkeling I've ever seen and that's saying a lot.
Great park to learn about early native Hawai'ian history and culture. The nearby beach/rock area called Two Step has some of the best snorkeling on the Big Island.
Hawaii ancient sacred sites. Self guided tour. Please respect the site.
If you snorkel, go to Two Step a 5 min walk away. Wear booties as lava rocks are hot and entry / exit is slippery.
Take the self guided tour