Be Awed By Ahu ‘Aila‘au

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Visit one of the most iconic locations in Pāhoa where Kīlauea Volcano erupted and left a remnant known as Fissure 8, or Ahu ‘Ailā‘au, which means “House of the Forest Eater.”

FISSURE 8 VIEWING AREA offers two-hour tours at the site and details the entire 2018 eruption flow from an eye-witness perspective. The hike ends at the top of Ahu ‘Ailā‘au, where participants are presented with a 360-degree view of the southside of Hawai‘i Island.

To learn more, visit FISSURE 8 VIEWING AREA 808-383-4940

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