What? : Pololu valley and beach is at the northern tip of the Big Island, Hawaii. Short but steep trail will take you from the viewing point to the ocean beach below. Located at the end of highway 270 long drive, your rewording will be the view of the raged shoreline cliffs, covered with deep green vegetation, deep valley, lagoon and black sand beach.
Where? : To get there you have to follow the Akoni Pule Highway (highway 270) until it ends, this will be 8 miles east of the town of Hawi at the Pololu Valley lookout. There is no way to keep driving and you must drive back on highway 270 to get to other island sections.
Link to other Big Islands Blog posts:
- Kauai - Island Visit and Trip Planning
- Maui – Overview, Visit Planning and Tips
- Big Island – Overview, Visit Planning and Tips
- Big Island – Beaches, Northwest Ocean Shore
- Big Island - Waterfalls at Wailuku River State Park
- Big Island – Pepeekeo Maikai Scenic Route
- Big Island – Driving North of Hilo, Northeastern Ocean Shoreline
- Big Island - Akaka Falls State Park
- Big Island - Waipi'o Valley
- Big Island - Pololū Valley
- Big Island – Drive through the island central high section
- Big Island - Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park