Big Island Falls is poised to see a $20 million outdoor waterfall clinic opening this spring.
The Waterfall Clinic is a four-month, three-day event that will provide access to waterfalls and other natural wonders in the area, including a waterfall, a river, a stream, and an island.
The event, billed as the Big Island’s first outdoor waterfall clinic, will be open in March and run from March 10 to March 17, 2018.
The event is open to the public and visitors, with limited parking available.
The waterfalls are located in the Big Islands Natural Area, a 1.3-mile-long area of forestland and mountains on the Big Isles north of downtown Honolulu.
The area is known for its wildflowers and fauna.
The Big Island Waterfall clinic is open only to water enthusiasts, according to the Waterfall Event Plan, a document outlining the program.
It is expected to attract visitors from around the world, including some from China.
The facility will include a waterfall and a waterfall clinic area.
A small group of volunteers will provide the clinic and provide the necessary amenities for the event, including hot showers, snacks, a food truck, and restrooms.
The first event was held in February 2017, and the Big Isle Waterfall has seen more than 1,000 visitors.
The Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources is working to build a permanent waterfalls on the island, but the facility will be a permanent attraction for the public, according.