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Camping On The Big Island

Bonfires on the beach — an open starry sky – ocean waves gently hitting the shore – Camping on the Big Island is an exciting, memorable experience that will define your trip. For those who love the outdoors, spending a night in Hawaii’s wilderness is a brilliant idea. In this article, Big Island Flow will […]

Two Hurricanes Barreling Towards Hawaii

Currently there are two hurricanes churning in the Pacific headed towards the Hawaiian Islands. Both hurricanes, Madeline and Lester are expected to pass dangerously close to the big island of Hawaii, with the first one expected to make landfall on Thursday. The Central Pacific Hurricane Center on Monday issued a hurricane watch for the Big Island […]


Green Sands Beach Tour

[lightframe shortname=”bigislandvip” fallback=”simple” asn=”freedomallianceventures” view_item=”20919″] Green Sands Beach Tour [/lightframe] South Point Green Sand Beach Adventure Call today 808-464-0840 Papakōlea Beach, more commonly known as “green sand beach” is located near South Point, in the Kaʻū district of the island of Hawaiʻi and is one of four green sand beaches known in the world. Located at […]



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Big Island Braces For Tropical Storm Darby

The Big Island of Hawaii braces for landfall as weather forecasters warn residents of Hilo and surrounding areas to prepare for strong winds and tidal surges associated with Tropical Storm Darby. A tropical storm warning has been issued for Hawaii and Maui Counties as Darby churns West-northwest. With winds of 40 to 50 mph and […]


USGS Elevates Mauna Loa Alert Status To Advisory

The largest active volcano on earth, Mauna Loa, has given the USGS reason to elevate the alert status from normal to advisory. Activity Summary: Mauna Loa is not erupting. Seismicity rates have decreased significantly since the earthquake activity recorded in late-May, but they remain above previously established baselines. Global Positioning System (GPS) measurements continue to […]

1960 Puna Lava Flow

Full video by filmed and narrated by Fred Rackle! In 1960, ground cracks opened up in Puna on the Big Island of Hawaii, followed by a fissure eruption. Residents had superb views of lava rivers and fountains. Unfortunately, the lava began to slowly head towards the town of Kapoho, destroying papaya fields along the way. Homeowners […]

Big Island Flow Adventure Guide

Big Island Flow has put together a list of just some of the many exciting things you can do on the Big Island of Hawaii. The big island of Hawaii is the most southern point of the United States.  Located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean Hawaii lies just below the Tropic of Cancer. Literally the […]