top 10 waterfalls in hawaii
Peʻepeʻe Falls: is about 1.5 miles upstream from the Rainbow Falls, on the Wailuku River at the end of Wailuku Drive. Despite being smaller than Rainbow Falls.
Kulaniapia Falls:On the lower slopes of Mauna Kea, on the Waiau Stream in Hilo, is this 120-foot waterfall. Kulaniapia’s waterfalls were previously off-limits to those who weren’t inn guests.
Hi’ilawe Falls: are located on Hawaii’s Big Island. To be more specific you may view Hi’ilawe Falls by traveling to the Waipio Valley on Hawaii Kohala Coast. This natural waterfall plunges 1201 feet.
Wai’ilikahi Falls:It is not easy to get to Wai’ilikahi Falls on the Big Island. It is difficult to complete this hike in one day and, it is not recommended for inexperienced hikers.
Nanue Falls: is located on Hawaii’s Hamakua Coast. There’s not much tourism at this waterfall in Hawaii, so you may spend a relaxing day with your friends there.
Kohala Waterfalls:A well-known tour company on the Big Island, Hawaii Forest & Trail, offers hidden waterfall tours in Northern Kohala. Kohala North is known for its pristine natural beauty.
Akaka Falls:The 442-foot-tall ‘Akaka Falls is located just north of Hilo in the ‘Akaka Falls State Park. You can reach the waterfall after walking 0.4 miles through a gorgeous rainforest filled.
Umauma Falls:can be found in Hakalau, namely along the Umauma River. The waterfall consists of three small waterfalls that are close together.
Rainbow Falls: lies within the Wailuku River State Park near Hilo, Hawaii. It is also known as Wainuenue. There are many waterfalls on the Big Island but this is one of the best-known.
Onomea Falls: is home to Onomea Falls. You can reach it within 30 minutes and it is very accessible. Onomea Falls, however, can only be seen after entering the Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden.