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Popular Attractions in Hilo

26 Reviews
Hilo is the second largest city in the state of Hawaii and the economic and political center of the Big Island of Hawaii. It is an older city on the Big Island of Hawaii, retaining the ancient architecture of Hawaii and the quaint humanities. Hilo is known as the "rainy capital" by Hawaiians, and the amount of precipitation is extremely abundant in one year. The variety of flowers and plants, lush all year round, shows the vitality of tropical plants. There are also many galleries and museums where you can learn more about the local culture.
Rainbow Falls
55 Reviews
Rainbow Falls is located in the western part of Hilo City on the Big Island. It is famous for its waterfalls that reflect the sun's rays and form a beautiful rainbow. The rainbow waterfall is very different from the green plants surrounded by layers of greenery. Rainbow Falls is one of the few waterfalls in the Hawaiian Islands that have no dry seasons.
Kaumana Caves Co Park
8 Reviews
1492 Kaumana Dr, Hilo, HI 96720
Wailoa Center
2 Reviews
Modern Architecture
200 Piopio St, Wailoa State Park, Hilo, Island of Hawaii, HI 96720

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Trip Moments

Coconut Island is opposite the Hillo Castle Hotel, which is connected by a white pedestrian bridge. In Hawaii, the island is called Moku'ola, which means healing the island. It is said that this island can cure the pain and relieve the disaster. The island is small in size, and locals like to go picnic, swim, rest, and fish. There is also a 3 meter high diving platform where kids like to climb and dive. The water here is not very blue, but it is very clear. You can see the black lava at the bottom of the water. There is very little sand.
White pedestrian bridge, a lot of local children jumped from the bridge to the water to play. The water here is not too shallow, but the children jumped up, climbed up, and continued to jump, and never tired. My dry duck looked envious. There are of course coconut trees on the island of
, the locals come here for a picnic, and some camp tents. A 3-meter diving platform extends from the island, with two high and low diving platforms. The younger grades all jumped from the short platform. There was a little girl who wanted to jump from a height. She asked her father, and her father shook his head and said he did not agree. She sneaked to the high jump and tried to jump. Her father ran quickly and gave her a preaching. She waited for the short platform and waited for the little boy to jump and then jumped.
We watched the children diving and playing, and it was quite interesting. At this time, I feel that swimming is not just a survival skill, but also increases the fun of life. Unfortunately, I am still afraid of water.
Posted: Dec 24, 2018