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On the northern side of the big Island of Hawaii sits a trademark for cascading streams, waterfalls, fertile valleys and lush gulches called the Hamakua Coast. The Hamakua Coast is most known for its two dormant volcanoes called Mauna Kea and Kohala. Picturesque scenes of the Pacific Ocean can be viewed from a highway that stretches from one end of the Hamakua Coast to the other. The highway is a transportation route through the Hawaiian Belt Road that will take a person from Hilo to Honoka'a. Over the course of the twentieth century, small towns and villages have sprung up along with a variety of sugar and crop plantations that benefited from large quantities of rainfall. Notable towns in Hamakua with magnificent parks, recreational activities, aesthetic vistas, and campgrounds are Honoka'a and Laupahoehoe.

Residents of Hamakua treasure the pristine conditions of the area, the gorgeous panoramic views, and untouched landscapes that are protected from major development. Undiscovered coves and sheltered bays provide escape and shelter from the real world. Neighborhoods that aren't as rich and tidy as some of Hamakua's neighbors, are still enjoyed for their down to earth vibe and spirit that resonates throughout the region. Secluded beaches and scenic waterfalls that empty out into the vast ocean, are also home to Kalopa State Park, Waipio Valley, Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden, Akaka Falls, and the Hamakua Macadamia Nut Company. Akaka Falls has one of the most breathtaking water falls that is located in one of Hamakua's many state parks.