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Ahalanui Park

Highway 137, Pahoa, Island of Hawaii, HI
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“warm water” (39 reviews)
“hot pond” (13 reviews)
Highway 137, Pahoa, Island of Hawaii, HI
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Reviewed 10 May 2016

My wife and I came back to the Big Island to visit her mom's new home and we heard about this swimming hole. The only way to describe is that it's the biggest salt water swimming jacuzzi! From my understanding, it's naturally heated by lava...More

1  Thank james1628
Reviewed 4 May 2016

We found this place thanks to the book. It is easy to access and the water was delightfully warm. We snorkeled here for a little bit. Due to the different temperatures, the water was a bit cloudy. But it was very protected and calm and...More

1  Thank scubadiverh
Reviewed 1 May 2016

We were told about the hot springs while visiting Cafe Ono (Volcano, HI). These springs abut the ocean just south of Pahoa. The water temperature is about 90-95 degrees as the thermal-warmed water meets the ocean. The park is well maintained with life guards. The...More

Thank Barbara V
Reviewed 26 April 2016 via mobile

The water is perfect. Easy access with stunning views. We had a blast! The fish will nibble at your toes, but no big deal!

Thank Alym A
Reviewed 25 April 2016

This was in a remote corner of the Island and the road there is narrow and you think there is no way a park is down there. The park itself is very quaint, many locals go there for a relaxing day at the park. The...More

Thank Greg K
Reviewed 22 April 2016 via mobile

Warning: It's nature's pool. No chlorine or smooth linings. The rocks towards the edges of the pool are very sharp and very slippery. I have never swam in the bottom of the ocean, but with all the beautiful fishes, it reminds me to something similar....More

Thank GinaExperiences
Reviewed 8 April 2016

You must visit this while in Pahoa! This hot springs is like visiting your favorite spa. Warm water and nice views.

Thank jrouski
Reviewed 5 April 2016

So cool, warm bathwater right next to the ocean. Has showers to rinse off after, as this water is warm and likely to have bacteria. Rocks underneath, where you can feel bubbling cool water coming up. Not sharp- don't need water shoes.

Thank mcecaffrey
Reviewed 23 March 2016

Very cool warm/hot water pool--a little out of the way but worth a dip after a long day of hiking. No snorkeling really, mostly just for soaking. Cool to watch the waves crash over the walls into the pool. Lifeguards on duty.

Thank Linda S
Reviewed 22 March 2016 via mobile

Had a awesome day. Easy to get spoiled with the warm water. Bring your snorkel gear and snacks. Going on the ocean end is nice (fish and refreshing cooler water), but be watchful with young kids because at high tide the current gets rough.

Thank Richard H
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Kit S
Where is the nearest lodging accommodation to the park
26 July 2016|
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Response from Michael S | Reviewed this property |
OK... To set the record straight... and as a point of reference, I live here. The charm of our area is the feeling of remoteness (yet easily in reach of main amenities in Hilo) or disconnectivity (from the madness that... More
lettetia m
Can you give directions from the Kona side?
10 February 2016|
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Response from Alonsote | Reviewed this property |
Both options are good, I think H11 is nicer.
Is this park closed Wednesday's Thanks Kathy
2 February 2016|
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Response from LMDJWD | Reviewed this property |
To test of my knowledge, it's open 7 days/week. They have their own website; I just couldn't access it this morning.