Hipuapua Falls

Hipuapua Falls is the other of two major waterfalls at the head of Halawa Valley. This gorgeous 500ft waterfall is harder to hike to (I was told by the guide that they don’t…

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…

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…

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…

Honokohau Falls

Honokohau Falls is the tallest waterfall on Maui. Plunging in two tiers at 1100ft in an inaccessible valley on the west side of the island, seeing it requires a helicopter ride…

Moaula Falls

Moaula Falls (or Moa’ula Falls) is one of two major waterfalls nestled in the back of the legendary Halawa Valley on the eastern end of Moloka’i. It has been well documented…

Papalaua Falls

Papalaua Falls is an impressive 1300ft waterfall on the rugged northern cliffs of Molokai. Most people see this waterfall from the air as part of the West Maui/Molokai helicopter tour…

Other Molokai Waterfalls

There are numerous other Molokai Waterfalls residing on the steep sea cliffs on the north shore of the island. Most of them have very temporary or seasonal flows…

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..

Pools of Oheo

The Pools of Oheo is the name given to the series of picturesque waterfalls and swimming holes not far from the Oheo Gulch car park. You’re bound to see many people frolicking in its waters…

Waimoku Falls

Situated at the head of Oheo Gulch, the 400ft Waimoku Falls dwarfs hikers who have made it to the end of the Pipiwai Trail. It’s probably the tallest falls on Maui that you can see without a chopper..

Makahiku Falls

The 184ft Makahiku Falls is one of the more impressive waterfalls along the Pipiwai Trail in Ohe’o Gulch. Making it even more alluring is the swimming pool at the top of the falls.

Other Oheo Gulch Waterfalls

Oheo Gulch has several smaller or unnamed waterfalls that you can see or hear while hiking the Pipiwai Trail. This page captures some of these lesser known ones you might notice during your hike.

Alelele Falls

Alelele Falls is an impressive waterfall that probably marks the last of the East Maui Waterfalls you’ll see as you drive clockwise around the base of Haleakala…

Lower Makamakaole Falls

Lower Makamakaole Falls is a rare waterfall in West Maui that you don’t need a helicopter to see. After driving through narrow single-lane unpaved roads, this waterfall is a welcome sight…

Makamakaole Falls

Makamakaole Falls is another rare West Maui waterfall that you can see near the beginning of the Waihee Ridge Trail. Look for it just as you leave the steep sloping concrete path for the dirt trail..

Mana-nole Falls

Mananole Falls is a light-flowing tall waterfall deep in the Waihee Valley of West Maui. I don’t think you can get close to the waterfall but you can see it from…

Aliele Falls

The Aliele Falls is a waterfall that had been altered by people who built a wall over which the falls flow. Some locals now use it as a swimming hole. You can get here by…

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…