Posted by: kauaikolea2 | March 3, 2012

Mysterious Lava Ledge in Kauai


Kaua’i is the oldest and the fourth largest island of the six volcanic formed island in the Hawaiian Islands. It is the remotest place on earth, being further away from any mainland, than anywhere else on our planet.  On the northeast side of the island to the right of the lighthouse sits the mysterious lava ledges that makes for otherworldly experiences on this often-overlooked Hawaiian island maelstrom.

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Sunrise at a north-shore Kauai lava-ledge that is 20 feet above the sea! This is not the Spouting Horn and it is not Queen’s Bath!  This spot is east of the Kilauea Lighthouse.

Picture by: Patrick Smith Photography

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