Kau is the southernmost district on The Big Island, making it the southernmost point in the United States of America. Part of the Hawaii Volcano National Park is located in Kau. Punaluu Black Sand Beach can often be seen with endangered Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles basking in the sun. South Point or Ka lae in the native tongue is home to a visible wind farm with a walk-able 45min to 1-hr stroll to a green sand beach. South Point is also where a few will try their luck to catch deep-sea occurring fish, hinting to the depth and richness of those waters. On occasion, a select few adventurers can be seen cliff jumping off the cliffs into the Pacific Ocean.