Very interesting water feature on the north coast of Kauai. The hole in the lava repeatedly fills with water, spills over, and drains back to the ocean. Best visited at high tide.
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You'll need a jeep, or you can park next to a farm and walk along the trail out to Mokolea Point. The access road is easily found on maps. Once there, you'll need to hike to the west along the coastline to reach the lava pools. Its an easy 0.5 mile hike to the point, then a more moderate hike along the lava field to reach the cauldron.
Crowd Factor Nearly no other people
Best Timing Sunrise
Sunrise & Sunset 07:17 - 18:23 | current local time: 01:06
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