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FOOD/DRINKS/BATHROOMS: None available here.
PARKING: Free. little parking
WORTH IT: mmm..it was okay.
LENGTH OF TIME spent here: less than 10 mins.
Perfect time of day to go: before dark. Before 6pm.
For Kids/Couples: everyone.
Can see the falls from the road/bridge. There...More
Mile marker 45 of the infamous Road to Hana and we chose this as our end point (from Lahaina). It did not disappoint. As I said very rewarding without much effort. You can see it from your car. No need to stop except if you...More
Once you finish seeing Hana, come take a hike and see the pools and waterfalls...you won't regret it. The bamboo forest is amazing.
Be prepared to hike about 2 miles uphill to see the waterfalls, but the hike back down isn't so bad.
We saw this on the Road to Hana. was one of the prettier waterfalls we found while driving the entire Road to Hana tour. The waterfall was really going strong since they had received rain the night before.
Just know that parking is $25, but WORTH it. Once you park and hit the visitor center the falls hike is to the left of the trail, it's about a 4 mile and back and forth. A nice hike through the rain forest on a...More
Response from MauiSteve96713 | Reviewed this property |
You may be thinking of another waterfall. Wailua is right on the road in Kipahulu. There is no hike other than a trail about 15 yards or so from the bridge...however you can see and photograph the falls without taking the... More
You may be thinking of another waterfall. Wailua is right on the road in Kipahulu. There is no hike other than a trail about 15 yards or so from the bridge...however you can see and photograph the falls without taking the trial. The other waterfall that you may be referring to is Waimoku Falls. That is actually in Haleakala Nat'l Park and is the stream that feeds Oheo Gulch, aka Seven Sacred Pools. That is a highly recommended and publicized hike that is relatively easy. The only strenuous part is maybe the first quarter mile that increases in elevation a bit. The rest is fairly flat, but includes about an overall 650 foot rise in elevation. It's about a 4-5 mile round trip hike and takes about 2.5 to 5 hours depending on how long you take. Take drinking water with you. Be careful. Although it is tempting to take a swim in the relatively shallow pool...3-feet deep maybe..folks have been killed...and nearly killed by falling rocks, such as myself. I moved off of a rock in the pool about 3 minutes before a huge rock fell 400 feet right where I had been sitting. I was out drying off. When it hit, the rock exploded in fragments that rained down on the entire area. It was about 2-feet in diameter. Would have taken me out. There is absolutely no cell service there...and the nearest help is by foot back out the 2+ mile trail to the ranger station. I urge folks to go. It is beautiful and a beautiful hike through the bamboo forest, but be wary that harder things can fall than water...