Twin Falls

Twin Falls is a pair of waterfalls that tends to be quite popular because of how easily accessible the falls are and because they’re the first waterfall attraction you’ll see on…

Puaa Kaa Falls

Puaa Kaa Falls (or Pua’a Ka’a Falls) resides in the Pua’a Ka’a State Park, which makes it one of the rare waterfalls where public access is welcome…

Punalau Falls

Punalau Falls is a relatively hidden yet gorgeous 100ft waterfall at the head of a tricky stream scramble. Due to the nature of the hike, you really have to watch out…

Heleleikeoha Falls

The Blue Pool (also known by its Hawaiian name as Heleleikeoha Falls) could very well be the most scenically located waterfall in the world. It faces the ocean as it’s sheltered by rocks protecting..

Lower Puohokamoa Falls

Many people drive past Lower Puohokamoa Falls – not knowing they’ve just missed a tall and satisfying waterfall. Those who have a guidebook and know about this falls are richly rewarded for their…

Upper Puohokamoa Falls

Upper Puohokamoa Falls draws a crowd because of its easy-to-see parking area. The falls itself is not particularly spectacular as it only falls roughly 30ft, but practically anyone can get to it…

Lower Waikani Falls

Waikani Falls sits further downstream from the more famous “Three Bears.” Best viewed from the quiet community of Wailua, the falls flow best in rain as it is typically a tall trickle.

Upper Waikani Falls

Upper Waikani Falls is one of the more famous waterfalls on the Hana Highway. Affectionately dubbed the “Three Bears Falls,” its one of the few waterfalls where less is more…

Wailua Falls

Wailua Falls is a satisfyingly tall roadside waterfall seen as you drive towards Hana along the Hana Highway. It’s one of those falls where you’re practically guaranteed to stop for it…

Other Hana Highway Waterfalls

The Hana Highway Waterfalls are way too many to single out individually. So this page basically captures the smaller or lesser known roadside waterfalls. I’m sure you may find falls not listed in…