Kaimū Beach Park
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Within the land trust of Native Hawaiian Kingdom, a truly unique experience with cultural history, talk story, local foods, beautiful black sand beach, UFO landing sight and more!
At the end of Hwy 137 is Kalapana. The village itself was buried in the lava about 30 years ago, but there is a brand new shiny beautiful black sand beach after a short walk through the lava field, called Kaimu Black Sand Beach. It's not a swimmable beach but far better looking than the more famous…
Parking located at the head of a trail that leads towhere lava flow hits into ocean. Guides are available there. Has a Saturday market. Live music some nights.