Welcome to Kaʻu

Much of Kaʻu, the southernmost district in Hawaiʻi, feels comfortably stuck in the mid 20th-century. Large ranches and macadamia nut plantations abut forested highlands teeming with deer, goat and mouflon sheep. Below, old plantation towns fringe a sparse wind-swept coastal zone along the deep blue Pacific – the longest uninhabited coastline on the island.We'll be frank: this isn't where you go for tons of warm... Read More

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