Big Island of Hawaii
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East between the Puna and Hamakua districts. North Hilo: A diamond in the rough - containing a National Wildlife Refuge that encompasses an incredible rain forest. South Hilo: Site of Hilo - a classic tropical town. Botanical gardens and flower farms surround it like a giant lei.
SITES: SACRED & HISTORICAL
You are invited to visit the traditional Hawaiian religious sites listed in this website. However, you are asked to remember that these are religious sites which are still sacred to the Hawaiian people. As historic sites, these places are also fragile and subject to damage and collapse. Please visit with respect and care for these important places.
The historic sites of Hawaii are unique resources that are fragile and cannot be replaced. Please help us protect Hawaii's past for the future.
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