This place must not be missed. Lava Pipeline, Black Sand (Pebble) Beach, Landscape, Trail. Fantastic. It's a park, so don't forget the rules of the park - don't leave anything but footprints, don't take anything away except photos. Take time to feel the atmosphere. You have to take a detour from Hannah Road and drive a little longer to get there, but it's worth the effort.
Waianapanapa State Park is highly recommended by many travelers. After visiting it, it really feels beautiful. It's a black rock formed by volcanoes and a black beach. The waves impact on the rocks and form huge waves. It's very spectacular. In addition to looking at the waves, I can also cross a small section of black pine forest dense road, and then go down to the beach to swim. I stayed here for two hours to take pictures, but I still have no idea.
11. Waianapanapa State Park's Black Sand Beach Park offers visitors modern parking lots and bathrooms free of charge throughout the day. There are beautiful seascapes, sprinkler holes, emerald forests and residual black lava. Although the journey is not long, it is rich in content.
The park has great scenery and can be sunbathed.
The black sand beach here is very distinctive. Besides, there is the God O'Hara, known as the place where Lorno, the God of harvest, is worshipped. There is a fishing resort ahead of him on his left, where you can see the basalt cliff stretching south to Hana. It is suggested that we should go and have a look.
Lava Cave is a 10-minute Ring Road north of the beach parking lot, leading to two lava passage caves. The cave looks as beautiful as a garden from the outside, full of ferns and colorful impatiens, while the cave has many deep pools formed by spring water. The scenery is very beautiful.