This suggestion for a fun place to visit comes courtesy of the Big Island Visitors Bureau.
It's part of a list the've compiled to remind folks of all the terrific free attractions on the Big Island.
This is an image from Lava Tree State Monument, located off Pahoa-Pohoiki Road, 2.7 miles southeast of Pahoa.
It's a forest of "lava trees."
Said treets were formed when Pele unleashed a torrent of lava down the mnountain. The lava rumbled through the area, leaving only molds of tree trunks behind.