Welcome to Naʻalehu


Just west, the town of Waiʻohinu ('Sparkling Water'; population 230) occupies the hillside between Miles 65 and 66 on Hwy 11. The town was briefly the county seat of Hawaiʻi Island in 1900, but now is known mostly for the Mark Twain Monkeypod Tree and the quiet lifestyle so cherished by its quiet inhabitants.


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