Top 10 waterfalls in Maui

Makamaka’ole Falls:Located on the island of Maui, Makamaka’ole, also called thirteen crossings, is a cool afternoon hike to a waterfall if you are feeling adventurous. 

Twin Falls :is one of the most popular waterfall treks on the island because it is the first large waterfall along the Hana Highway. Families tend to like the trip as it’s only a quarter-mile long. 

Upper Waikani Falls:A visit to Upper Waikani Falls, also known as the Three Bears Falls, along the Road to Hana is a must for photographers and swimmers. 

Makahiku Falls: The waterfall is nestled among gorgeous foliage in the Haleakalā National Park and can be seen easily on the route to the bigger Waimoku Falls.

Wailua Falls: Located in thick tropical foliage, this waterfall flows 80 feet in two streams, making it Maui’s most photographed waterfall.

Pua’a Ka’a Falls:The waterfall here is perfect for swimming under if you want a classic Hawaiian swimming hole. 

Waimoku Falls: in Haleakalā National Park in East Maui is a 400ft waterfall at the end of the 4-mile roundtrip Pipiwai Trail. It is one of the tallest waterfalls in Maui.

Honokohau Falls: is one of the most impressive waterfalls in Maui, with a total drop of 1100 feet. This breathtaking waterfall is hidden deep within the West Maui highlands.

Punalau Falls:Located in the jungle, Punalau Falls is one hundred feet high and accessible from the Punalau Stream. Due to its secluded position, it is one of Maui’s hidden treasures. 

Kopiliula Falls:Kopiliula Falls, also known as Kopihula Falls, is a stunning waterfall viewable from the road. Although you can see this waterfall from the road.

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