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CLIFF JUMPING(!) at South Point – Big Island, HAWAII

CLIFF JUMPING(!) at South Point – Big Island, HAWAII

Welcome to the age-old game of… If your friend jumped off a cliff, would you jump too? Uh yea. Watch to find out if Karen (that’s me) lives to see another day.

Cliff jumping at Ka Lae (Hawaiian) aka South Point on the Big Island in Hawaii, was maybe one of the most fun days I’ve had all year.

This is should make the top 10 list of anyone who is looking for an off-the-beaten-path-adventure, and it’s perfect for the day after checking Volcanoes National Park and Mauna Loa.

As always, you are your own best judge of what you can do.

Not everyone can/should jump off of high ledges, but even if you’re hanging back as a spectator, the South Point Cliffs is a great place to picnic, watch some extreme sports, and spot Hawaiian turtles swimming below.

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Special Thanks:
Island of Hawai’i
State of Hawaii

Credit Shout Outs:
Royalty Free Music:
Polynesian Migration Graphic: David Eccles (gringer)
Ancient Mooring Points and Heiau, Ka Lae (South Point), Hawaii: Ken Lund
Hawaii Archipelago: NASA. Image courtesy Jacques Descloitres, MODIS Land Rapid Response Team at NASA GSFC. (IotD Date: 2003-06-03. IotD ID: 15304)