Visit Kehena, where you’ll find some of Hawaii’s unique black sands. Located in the Big Island’s Puna district, Kegena Beach is probably the top place you should visit there. Formed in 1955 when lava oozed down into the ocean, nowadays, you’ll find luscious black sands washed by pristine blue Pacific waters, giving it a ridiculous contrast. The beach is well shaded as well, with coconut palms and ironwood trees giving natural shelter from the sun. Most of the time, swimming is possible on the beach, but it’s usually a surfing haven. Not a problem; there’s nothing heartier than enjoying a nice picnic on the soft black sands of Hawaii. Start your experience in Kehena by glamping in one of these unique locations below.


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