Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit Hawai`i Island: `Awapuhi Labyrinth




April 3, 2023

Visit Hawai`i Island: `Awapuhi Labyrinth

After seeing an article in a magazine about the Rhythm Circle `Awapuhi Labyrinth, I went to check it out one morning before leaving Hilo.  

Located about 20 minutes from Hilo, you'll know you're there when you come across one of those "free library" posts where people leave a book and take a book for free.

There is a single stall at the `Awapuhi Labyrinth, so you'll have to risk parking along the street if a vehicle already occupies the stall. 

A plant-lined path adorned with trinkets and surprises will take you to the labyrinth, which is full of even more plants and trinkets.  

Many of the gifts were left behind by visitors, who sometimes find a new gift to take with them.  

You eventually reach the labyrinth, which has a single path leading to the center.
Once you reach the center of the laybrinth, you'll find some seats, where you can take a moment to absorb all that is around you.
There is a lot of symbolism reflected in the labyrinth, which is used for meditation and healing.
Even if you don't believe any of the stories behind labyrinths, you can't deny the peacefulness walking to and through the `Awapuhi Labyrinth.

Along the path there is a little tent area where they host coloring days, where people can get together for some art and fellowship.

The `Awapuhi Labyrinth was a tranquil oasis just outside of Hilo!

`Awapuhi Labyrinth
15 1601 4th Ave
Keaau, HI 96749

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