Lulumahu Falls

Lulumahu Falls was a once-forbidden 70ft waterfall sourced from the headwaters of Nuuanu Stream (near the Pali Lookout), where getting there wasn’t obvious.

Waimano Falls

Waimano Falls seemed like more of a locals waterfall near Pearl City with a 30-40ft drop followed by a cascade with a deep plunge pool and a rope swing.

Laie Falls

Laie Falls (or La’ie Falls) is a light-flowing 15ft waterfall reached on a lengthy 6-mile round-trip hike in the Ko’olau Mountains above the town of La’ie.

Jackass Ginger Pool

The Jackass Ginger Pool is really more of a swimming hole than a waterfall attraction found by following the stream after deviating from the Judd Trail.

Likeke Falls

Likeke Falls is a pretty 30ft waterfall that was apparently the result of a broken ditch further upstream. So I guess you can say this waterfall isn’t natural.

Sacred Falls

Sacred Falls is hands down the most beautiful waterfall on O’ahu where the bottom of this 1100ft waterfall was once accessible along a trail in a narrow canyon.

Waimea Falls

Waimea Falls is a popular 45-55ft waterfall and swimming hole with a lifeguard reached by a stroll through a botanical garden in the North Shore of Oahu.

Manoa Falls

Manoa Falls is a very popular waterfall reached on an hour-long hike through a jungle sprinkled with bamboo near the University of Hawaii inland from Waikiki.

Maunawili Falls

Maunawili Falls is a small but popular 15-30ft waterfall and swim hole reached after a jungle hike with a few stream crossings that began in a residential area.

Kapena Falls

Kapena Falls is a tiny waterfall tumbling around 20-30ft accessed either from a cemetery (with Alapena Falls en route) or from a Pali Highway pullout scramble.

Waikahalulu Falls

Waikahalulu Falls is an urban park waterfall maybe 10ft tall nestled in the somewhat hidden Lili’uokalani Garden set in the busy maze-like streets of Honolulu.