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Address: Maui, HI
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Wailele Farm is a family owned and operated bio-diverse farm. Focusing on...

Wailele Farm is a family owned and operated bio-diverse farm. Focusing on restoration and preservation, Wailele Farm is committed to planting crops which provide a multitude of beneficial uses. We are involved in a long term and extensive effort to keep the land cared for by removing invasive plants and replacing them with indigenous and endemic plants. Wailele Farm has decided and committed to: Provide Free Public Recreational Access to Visitors with Commitment to Safety and Giving Helpful Information, Operate Twin Falls Farm Stand, Conduct Twin Falls Tours, Maintain Roads and Farm Trails, Plant and Harvest Farm Crops, Monitor Water Quality and Assess Quality of Stream Life, Provide Portable Toilets for the Public's Use, among many other day to day responsibilities... This is no easy feat due to the over 300,000 visitors that come to access Twin Falls, though Wailele Farm each year. Please help us to continue our operation by: Supporting the Twin Falls Farm Stand, Booking a Farm Tour or Giving a Donation to Contribute as a Friend of Twin Falls.

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Maui hike

This could have been a great hike however the top portion of the hike was closed. Not sure how often it is closed. So we had a 2 hour round trip drive for a 20 minute hike🙁. Its... read more

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Tacoma, Washington
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Tacoma, Washington
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8 reviews
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Reviewed yesterday NEW via mobile

This could have been a great hike however the top portion of the hike was closed. Not sure how often it is closed. So we had a 2 hour round trip drive for a 20 minute hike🙁. Its a beautiful area, rainforest-like about 20 miles outside of Paia. It is also a petty easy hike if thats what you are... More 

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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 8 helpful votes
Reviewed 5 days ago NEW

Rained like the great flood. We had one umbrella but you have to bring ponchos. Went to Jaws country store and although nice charged $3 each for garbage bags that we made into ponchos. They worked. The falls were very good and quite strong with all the rain. Fun.

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Bittaford, UK
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Beautiful location with stunning waterfalls. It is possible to get into the water if you are adventurous enough and the walk to the falls is a gentle stroll

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San Francisco, California
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Have been to Maui many times before but had never done this hike because we had so many others to choose from on the road to Hana that we skipped this one (as our guide book had suggested). We were in the area doing the Chocolate Farm tour and decided to give this hike a try afterwards. So glad we... More 

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Our first stop on the road to Hana, and it was beautiful. Make sure to wear hiking shoes that can get wet. And wear your suit and jump in!

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Thank Valerie J
Beaverton
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 26 helpful votes
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is the first main stop on the Road to Hana, and it was the busiest stop we encountered on our drive. We did the road in one day, and we arrived here from Kaanapali at around 11am. It was pretty busy, we had to drive on further to find a place to park. Later on, people were asking us... More 

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California
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 7 helpful votes
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We hiked to twin falls with my 1 year old in a baby carrier and my 4 1/2 year old since it was recommended by friends. Also joining us was my almost 70 year old grandmother. We went through the gate and continued out hike to the falls. There was 1 river crossing, another area where we had to walk... More 

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We were going to drive the entire road to Hana while in Maui, but after hearing about the hairpin turns and car sickness of many others, we decided against it. We did to as far as Twin Falls, though, and are glad we did (1h40m from Lahaina area). The falls are easy to get to, the first one being a... More 

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I found out about Twin Falls through watching YouTube videos from #alohastoked, this guy does tourism videos about Maui. Great videos. It looked like a good spot to check out. We went on the rainiest day of our entire trip. My camera was soaked, we were soaked and we had a blast. There were signs posted about the recent break-ins... More 

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

First of All parking is unsafe, many cars got broken into and smashed windows. On the way to the falls you'll get your feet wet, better to wear flip flops. Once reached the twin falls are pretty tiny, not much to expect...

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