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Big Island Tide Charts & Tables

Welcome to the Big Island of Hawaii, where the mesmerizing Pacific Ocean surrounds us with its ever-changing tides. Whether you’re a seasoned surfer, an avid beachcomber, or simply a curious nature enthusiast, understanding the ocean’s tides is crucial for planning your coastal activities Our Big Island tide charts and tables now has 6 island locations – Kawaihae, Kona, Makukona, Napoopoo, Hilo & Honuapo. We have also added tide locations on Molokai and Lanai.

Understanding Tidal Cycles and Their Impact

Tidal cycles consist of two high tides and two low tides, occurring roughly every 12 hours and 25 minutes. The time between high tides is approximately 6 hours and 12.5 minutes. Understanding these tidal cycles is crucial, as they determine the water levels and currents that can significantly impact coastal ecosystems, marine life, and beach goers.

The Significance of Tide Charts

Tide charts are invaluable tools for anyone planning beach activities or water-related adventures on the Big Island. These charts offer predictions of high and low tides throughout the day, allowing you to make informed decisions about the best times to surf, snorkel, or explore tide pools. By consulting tide charts, you can ensure your safety, maximize your enjoyment, and minimize your impact on delicate coastal environments.

Daily Tide Times

Need to know what the tides are doing for a certain day.  Follow the links below to the Daily Tide Search page for each location. Select a date from the date picker to see the entire daily high and low tide times. Also,, there is data for sunrise, sunset, moon rise and moon set. Everything that you will need to know for you day at the beach.


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Thursday, June 13, 2024

Sunrise at 5:45am - - Sunset at 7:03pm

Moonrise at 12:12am - - Moonset at 12:12am

  • Time
  • Height
  • 4:07 am
  • 0.28
  • Low
  • 9:56 am
  • 0.87
  • High
  • 2:24 pm
  • 0.52
  • Low
  • 9:20 pm
  • 1.54
  • High
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