Waiahuakua Falls, Hoolea Falls, and the Na Pali Coast Waterfalls

The Na Pali Coast Waterfalls were my waterfalling excuse to experience and discuss our cruise of the famed Na Pali Coast on the rugged North Shore of Kaua’i

Manawaiopuna Falls

Manawaiopuna Falls is known as the Jurassic Falls as it was shown in the movie Jurassic Park, but it sits on private land so it can only be seen by heli tour.

Kalihiwai Falls

Kalihiwai Falls is a multi-tiered waterfall on a tributary that feeds the Kalihiwai River. Since the best view of the falls sits on private land, you’ll have to book a horseback…

Unnamed Twin Falls

The Unnamed Twin Falls is what I’m calling this attractive waterfall (borrowed from The Ultimate Kauai Guidebook). You can see this falls while whizzing along Hwy 56 between…

“Queen’s Bath Waterfalls”

The Queens Bath Waterfalls are a pair of waterfalls you can see when the high tides of the North Shore have turned the serene tide pool into a churning cauldron of turbulent whitewater…

Hanakoa Falls

Hanakoa Falls is a 1000ft waterfall (mostly of it hidden) accessed near the half-way point of the Kalalau Trail along the Na Pali Coast on Kaua’i’s North Shore.

Hanakapiai Falls

Hanakapiai Falls (Hanakapi’ai Falls) is a tall 300ft waterfall in the back of Hanakapi’ai Valley on a detour from the Kalalau Trail in an 8-mile day hike.

Wailua Falls

Wailua Falls is a famous pair of roadside waterfalls on the Wailua River in Kaua’i, which made them very popular, especially given its proximity to Lihu’e.

Secret Falls (Uluwehi Falls)

Secret Falls (Uluwehi Falls) is a very popular 100ft waterfall requiring some form of water transport to get to the trailhead, then a jungle hike to its base.

Opaekaa Falls

Opaekaa Falls (or Opaeka’a Falls) is a segmented waterfall tumbling some 151ft that is visible from a roadside lookout not far from Kapaa (or Kapa’a) on Kaua’i.

Waialae Falls

Waialae Falls (or Wai’alae Falls) is a another tall waterfall nestled deep in Waimea Canyon. But if you intend to view this waterfall from the ground, you’ll only get a…

Waipoo Falls

Waipoo Falls (or Waipo’o Falls) is a seasonal 800ft waterfall on the Koke’e Stream visible from the road in the heart of Waimea Canyon in the island of Kaua’i.

Kipu Falls

Kipu Falls is a tiny but very popular waterfall that is known more as a swimming hole rather than a scenic falls. It probably tumbles about 15ft over some slippery rocks (I saw a guy…

Hoopii Falls

Hoopii Falls (or Ho’opi’i Falls) are a pair of waterfalls hidden in a residential area with lots of ‘No Trespassing’ signs in the Kapa’a Homesteads of Kaua’i.

Other Kauai Helicopter Waterfalls

There are many other Kauai Helicopter waterfalls (all of which are publicly inaccessible) found on an aerial tour of the island. When you couple these waterfalls with an aerial view…