The Big Island of Hawaii is the size of all the other islands of Hawaii together. It is the youngest island amongst all and has a lot to offer. From an active volcano to a historic park, there is a lot to do here apart from just the sun and sand. However, one of the best parts about spending time in Hawaii is watching the sun set over stunning horizons. Here are some spots that prove the same.
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If you are after that white sand, crystal blue water cliché, then this is where you should be headed. You could just lie on the Beach and watch the sunset here or dip your toes in the water while twilight sets in.
Kaloko Honokohau National Historic Park
This park gives visitors a brilliant sunset to watch. You will get a view of the bay, the Sea Turtles and palm trees. What more could you ask for?
Punalu’u Beach Park
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This black sand beach is windy and home to a lot of green sea turtles that spend their time feeding and laying their eggs here. The beach has a lot to see including the remains of an old resort and that of the Pahala Sugar Company’s warehouse. You can walk up a trail to the Kawa Bay and enjoy some breath-taking views.
Mauna Kea Summit
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This tall mountain has an observatory on the top where you can check out some of the best telescopes in the world. The sunsets here are known to be phenomenal , it is surely a must-visit if you are into spectacular views.
In all of Hawaii, this is one of the most popular sunsets. A very popular tourist site just to watch the Sky Turn red. Also known as ‘A’ Bay, you will see the sky turn a whole lot of colours you never thought it would.