Kaumana Cave

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Kaumana Cave is a lava tube created by a 1881 lava flow from Mauna Loa. The tube has been surveyed at 1.365 miles (2197 m) long making it the 88th longest lava tube in the world.[1]

The cave is located on the island of Hawaii (island)|Hawaiʻi near the city of Hilo, Hawaii|Hilo. A collapsed skylight provides easy access to two of the tube's entrances which became a tourist attraction. Some parts of the tube are located under private property, and so are some of the entrances.

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  1. Gulden, Bob (2020-08-28), World's Longest Lava Tubes, retrieved 2021-01-13

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