Hawi is the northernmost town. Their wooden houses painted in bold colors will transform the atmosphere of the seventies, when the town was a thriving place fully dedicated to sugar cane. Big Island. The white pieces of coral turquoise water has washed ashore, are opposed to black volcanic stones on which palms grow everywhere. Not far from here, about ten kilometers to the south is the Pu'ukohola Heiau National Historic Site, the place where Kamehameha I built the last temple of the island before getting the whole unification. It was a place dedicated to Kuka'ilimoku, the god of war his family. Today, in the month of August recreate traditional ceremonies, although it is also possible to find young tourists daily swearing a hypothetical constitution that undertake to respect the place and nature.