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.

Kilauea volcano (left view 2)

Left view of Kilauea volcano from Puʻu ʻŌʻō Cone. The younguest in Hawaii Big island. This crater is approximately 400 m long (left to right in the webcam) and 250 m wide (straight ahead).  The camera is operational 24/7 and faithfully records the dark of the night if there is no incandescence.

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Kilauea volcano (left view 2)

Kilauea volcano (center view)

Center view of Kilauea volcano from Puʻu ʻŌʻō Cone. This crater is approximately 400 m long (left to right in webcam) and 250 m wide (straight ahead).  The camera is operational 24/7 and faithfully records the dark of the night if there is no incandescence. Last eruption started in 1983 and it continues until today.

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Kilauea volcano (center view)

Kilauea volcano (right view)

Right view of Kilauea volcano from Puʻu ʻŌʻō Cone. This crater is approximately 400 m long (left to right in webcam) and 250 m wide (straight ahead).  The camera is operational 24/7 and faithfully records the dark of the night if there is no incandescence. The translation of “Kīlauea” is “spewing” obviously refering to the lava erupted by it.

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Kilauea volcano (right view)