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Waterfall in Hawaii
15.07.2017 08:53

Hawaii is the home to world-class beaches but not all tourists know that the islands still have so many unspoiled natural wonders waiting to be discovered. There is actually a long list of sparkling waterfalls, mostly hidden in the center of Hawaii’s lush rainforest. Here are some of Hawaii’s prized waterfalls:

Akaka Falls

This is arguably the Big Island’s best waterfall. Standing 420 feet high, the water continuously falls through it all year long. Having equal beauty to those of breathtaking hard-to-find waterfalls, travelers this time would not endure getting to Akaka Falls since it is readily accessible. Visitors should include this on the top of their list.

Waimoku Falls

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This remarkable 400-feet waterfall is at the end of the Pipiwai Trail in Maui. It is actually in the well-preserved area of Haleakala National Park. Tourists could catch a glimpse of this stunning waterfall any day since its water cascades all throughout the year. Travelers could even get to Waimoku’s base and enjoy its soothing waters.

Papalaua Falls

This is one of Hawaii’s tallest waterfalls, which could be found on the north shore of Molokai. With its amazing height of 1,200 feet, tourists would surely be thrilled to gaze at this spectacular sight. It is also sometimes confused with Kahiwa Falls because of misleading information.

Wailua Falls

 

This short waterfall, which stands only 80 feet high, is still one of Hawaii’s most picturesque places to visit. It is situated in the island of Kauai. Although it is short, its natural beauty overflows. Guests would be fascinated to see two separate waterfalls in one location. Tourists could easily get to Wailua Falls because it could be accessed without any difficulties. Taking a tour of these waterfalls would surely be worth the trip.

Umauma Falls

Located on the Big Island, this multi-layered waterfall is actually the centerpiece of the famous World Tropical Botanical Garden. Travelers would feel even closer to nature with unusual selection of colorful flowers that surrounds the waterfall. There is also a series of minute waterfalls that would make the experience more unforgettable.

Rainbow Falls

This 80-feet waterfall is another place that could effortlessly be visited by tourists. Found also on the Big Island, it is surrounded mainly by wonderful tropical flowers. Travelers could take a trip to Rainbow Falls anytime since it has a reliable source of water that would not dry out. The waters of the Rainbow Falls come from Wailuku River, Hawaii’s longest river.

Moaula Falls

Located in the renowned Halawa Valley of Molokai, it is easier to get here in comparison to other waterfalls in the area. This is an ideal location for swimming, learning about Hawaii’s culture, and enjoying the beautiful ambiance it provides. This 250-feet waterfall could also be seen through a helicopter ride.

Pools of Oheo

Also located in Haleakala National Park, these pools were part of the main reasons the conservation and protection of natural resources started and are still continued today. Most travelers would endure the long drive to get here since it is a significant place to stop by. Tourists could swim all day long or bask in the sun in this remarkable waterfall.

Hanakapiai Falls

Tourists could come to this towering waterfall by hiking in the Hanakapiai Valley. They would be surrounded by flourishing jungles and magnificent cliffs with an added view of the spectacular beaches of the islands. Surely, a visit to this marvelous waterfall would make anyone’s vacation complete.

 

The list of amazing waterfalls in Hawaii does not end here. There are still numerous scenic spots for tourists to explore. Discovering these hidden wonders would add to the growing number of reasons for travelers to return to the incredible Hawaiian Islands.

 

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