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Find the Pāhoa climate diagram. September is the warmest month of the year in Pāhoa with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 86°. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 64° low. The rainiest month is September while the driest month is January.
A vacation home in the old mill town of Pahoa
Located in the district of Puna between Hilo and Volcanoes National Park, the town of Pahoa sits atop rich volcanic soils derived from the presently active Kilauea Volcano. The town is a melting pot of indigenous Hawaiians as well as hippies and New Agers – you'll see for yourself why Pahoa is called 'dreadlock capital'. Settle into a vacation rental and set about discovering this eclectic Hawaiian town.
Eat and be merry
Pahoa's culinary prowess manifests itself through a range of international cuisines served hot to visitors and locals, whether Japanese, Italian, Thai, or Mexican. For typical Hawaiian fare, Aloha Lehua Café and Pele’s Kitchen impress. Satiate those caffeine and sugar cravings at the Tin Shack bakery and Sirius Coffee. How about some homemade kava and kombucha at the hippie haunt LaHiki Kava Bar?
For healthy organic food, Malama Market and Island Naturals Health Food are your best bet.
Culture of Pahoa
Pahoa's Main Street oozes an old-world charm with its century-old buildings, false-front stores, and friendly neighborhood cafes. A walk along the raised wood-plank boardwalks lend the town a nostalgic look of an old frontier town.
Buy tie-dye haute couture, crystals, incense sticks, spiritual books, and more if New Age culture appeals to you. There are yoga centers, massage centers, and a tattoo parlor too. Stock up on fresh fruits and veggies at the Pahoa Farmers Market held each Sunday.
No visitor leaves Pahoa without a visit to the 17-acre Lava Tree State Park, an erstwhile lush forest, where lava flowed in unabated leaving behind stone skeletons of trees dating back to the 1700s. It's a truly otherworldly sight.
Spend a day at the clothing-optional Kehena Beach where dolphins are often spotted. The open beach is more suited to sunbathing than swimming. Set off on a breezy ambient drive along the Kailua-Kona stretch on the other side of Pahoa.
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