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Kapoho volcanic eruption.

Come see fire lakes, lava and molten magma on the Big Island of Hawaii, where volcanoes change the landscape each day. From the continuously active Kilauea volcano to the dangerous and dormant Hualalai mountain over Kona.

Big Island weather

The geography of the Big Island plays an important role in regulating the weather. Persistent trade winds from the northeast interact with the island’s large mountains, creating a series of sharply contrasting micro-climates.