Big Island Webcams

The Island of Hawaii is called the Orchid Isle or the Volcano Isle, but to locals it’s always “the Big Island of Hawaii.” On the Big Island, you can hike into a volcano crater, catch huge marlin, discover the universe from the top of Mauna Ke’a, and see sharks from a submarine porthole. The Big Island has the world’s most active volcano, Kilauea, which has been spewing lava intermittently since January 3, 1983.

Mauna Kea observatory

View from the United Kingdom Infrared Telescope in  Mauna Kea summit, an inactive volcano located at the North of the island of Hawaii (Big Island) and the highesr mountain in the world mesured above its base on the Pacific Ocean.

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Mauna Kea observatory

Hilo Bay

Hilo Bay from the rooftop of the Pacific Tsunami Museum at  Hilo, Big Island. The museum is opened from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and it has an $8 admission fee.

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Hilo Bay

Coffee Plantation at Kona

This moving camera provides the view of Kona Lea coffee plantation and the coast in Kona, North of the Island of Hawaii. Kona coffe is completely produced in Holualoa Kona by Holualoa Kona Coffee Company.

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Coffee Plantation at Kona