Hawaii Area Codes

Area Codes in Hawaii. Hawaii consists of the following area codes. Click on the area code to show the cities in that area code.

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Map of Area Codes in Hawaii

Area Code Map of Hawaii

Hawaii Area Codes by County

The area code of 808 is used in the following 4 counties:

  1. Hawaii, HI
  2. Honolulu, HI
  3. Kauai, HI
  4. Maui, HI

Hawaiian hibiscus - the symbol of the state of Hawaii

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

The island of Hawaii, which is also known as the Big Island, is the largest of the eight main Hawaiian islands and has a population of around 160,000. It covers an area of 10,458 km2 in the northeastern part of the Pacific Ocean. Its administrative center is the city of Hilo, and other important cities include Kalaoa and Huluaoa.

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is a unique nature reserve on the island of Hawaii, which protects the two volcanoes Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa, as well as the most active volcano in the world – Kilauea. Kilauea is only 1,247 meters above sea level, and lava flows constantly flow down its flanks. It is recorded that the volcano has been spewing lava continuously since 1983. Every day it spews out an average of 400 thousand m3 per day, by 1995 the island had grown by 200 hectares thanks to its activity.

Mauna Loa is 4,170 meters above sea level and is considered the largest volcano in the world, while Mauna Kea is the tallest inactive volcano in Hawaii. It rises above the ocean level to a height of 4,205 meters, but even with the underwater part it is 10,205 meters high, which makes it the highest mountain on Earth, surpassing even Mount Everest in its height. One of the most important astronomical observatories in the world is located on Mauna Kea.

Volcanic activity has created a unique landscape here over millions of years, where a specific life and a very remarkable ecosystem have developed. The park was founded in 1916 and since 1987 has been listed on the UNESCO World Natural Heritage List. Rare species of birds and many other endemic representatives of the animal kingdom live in the park. Among the plants, giant ferns attract the most attention. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is criss-crossed with approximately 240 km of marked trails of various lengths and difficulty levels. You will also find campsites where you can spend the night.