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Have you ever heard or seen a black sand beach?

BY: WANK TEAM

What you are Reading does exist; its name is Punaluʻu Black Sand Beach and is located in the Big Island of Hawaii. The island has two main cities Hilo and Kona which are about 3-hour drive apart along the coast -125 miles-.

The sand beach in Punaluʻu is black due to Hawaii’s volcanic activity. The black sand is made out of tiny fragments of lava. When hot lava enters the water, it cools down so suddenly that it solidifies, and shatters into large amounts of black sand.

Travelers aren’t the only visitors to Punaluʻu; the area is known for the large green sea turtles that goes there to bask along the black sand shoreline. If you are planning a different sight-seeing vacation, the Big Island must be on your to-do list.

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