Halona Blowhole, Oahu Blowholes are one of the most unique natural phenomena. They are created by ocean waves crashing into a tube or cave then rushing up through a hole in the rock. Typically they create a geyser-like spray that shoots high in the air. Some make noises and others just spill water out on […]
South Point Blowhole Topo Map in Big Island County HI
South Point Blowhole Information
Coordinates: 18.9148°N, -155.68284°W
Approx. Elevation: 20 feet (6 meters)
USGS Map Area: Kalae
Feature Type: Cliff
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South Point Blowhole is a hole in the lava rock at South Point on the Big Island of Hawaii. It rarely blows, but is quite a sight to see. Local Hawaiians can be spotted cliff jumping near the blowhole and sometime down through the actual hole. Don’t try this, but stop by to see if any locals are jumping off the cliffs nearby.
South Point Blowhole is listed in the Cliffs Category for Big Island County in the state of Hawaii. South Point Blowhole is displayed on the "Kalae" USGS topo map quad. Anyone who is interested in visiting South Point Blowhole can print the free topographic map and other maps using the link above. The location, topography, and nearby roads & trails around South Point Blowhole (Cliff) can be seen in the map layers above. The latitude and longitude coordinates (GPS waypoint) of South Point Blowhole are 18.9148 (North), -155.68284 (West) and the approximate elevation is 20 feet (6 meters) above sea level. If you have visited South Point Blowhole before, please share your experience with a comment below.