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Pu'u Loa Petroglyphs

Pu'u Loa PetroglyphsNearby City

3/53 Reviews
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"Historical Site"
爱淇如命
"Don't miss this place with mysterious pictures. I saw so many rock paintings here in Volcano Park with my best friend. These petroglyphs are very strange, and the rocks around the crater are covered with these wonderful paintings. My girlfriend and I walked around here, and we could see a lot of stick figures carved on the rocks. Although my girlfriend and I don't know the meaning of these paintings, we have a close understanding of these paintings. In addition to some small people, these oil paintings also have many fish bones. There is a trestle bridge here, and you can see these rock paintings on both sides of the trestle bridge. These petroglyphs are all on black rocks without exception. They are very peculiar and have an alternative beauty. My girlfriend and I continued to move forward and found a large open space. This open space is full of rocks, and these rocks are all these petroglyphs, and some grass grows around the rocks, which occasionally hides these mysterious patterns. This is really a wonderful place. My best friend and I learned about different cultures and these wonderful totems, and felt the charm of different cultures. Practical TIPS: 1. Pu'u Loa rock paintings are open every day from 8:00 to 18:00. 2. Tickets for the Pu'u Loa rock paintings are $18. Scenic address: Chain of Craters Rd., On Left Past Mile Marker 16, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Island of Hawaii, HI"
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