This is an interesting glimpse into Hawaiian culture. A brochure is available at the tiny visitor center, even if no one is there. The brochure describes 20 numbered sites in the ruins of this large village and explains some of the plants and fruits found here. It's a special place for anyone interested in history or people who just want to learn more about Hawaiian culture.
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