This extinct volcano crater was once the largest pineapple plantation in the world covering 15,000 acres of land. In Oct. 1994 the plantation shut down due to high labor and shipping costs. Today it resembling an African Savanna and the land is used primarily for grazing.
34 boulders scattered on a step hillside, contain ancient Hawaiian carvings. They are considered the best-preserved petroglyphs in Hawaii.
Garden of the Gods
Unusual collection of rock formations on a baron stretch of land which has the impression of a lunar landscape.