The moku of Māmalahoa consists of the ancient and traditional districts of Hāmākua, Hilo, Puna, and Kaʻū. Within the moku are three volcanoes: Mauna Kea, Mauna Loa, and Kīlauea. The moku also consist of numerous wahi kapu (sacred places) including: Mauna Kea, Waipi‘o Valley, Mokuola, Cape Kumukahi, Kīlauea, Ka Lae, and Lake Waiau.
Mauna Kea - The point where Earth Mother meets Sky Father, the most sacred place in Hawai‘i and revered throughout Polynesia.
Mauna Kea – Home of Poli‘ahu
Waipi‘o Valley – Home of the ancient kings of Hawai‘i including Līloa
Cape Kumukahi - Eastern point of the Hawaiian Islands and first place in Hawai‘i to welcome the sunrise.
Kīlauea – Home of Pele
Ka Lae – The first landing place of the first Hawaiians
Lake Waiau on Mauna Kea – The “Piko”
Moku Ola - Ancient home of a Pu‘uhonua (Safe Place) and current home of the annual Kamehameha Festival.