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One of the best hikes anywhere! Not for young kids. Hike all the falls and take your swim suite. Can be muddy and very slippery if there was a recent rain. You will climb some tricky spots to make it to the top. Very adventurous....More
Insects are there so please wear full pants. Apart from that it beautiful, quite a bit of trek. Roadside parking, multiple entry points, we got lost trying to find the waterfall. But was fun. A bit slippery so wear good shoes.
We went with friends who had done the hike before so they knew the route and the dangers! It is not for the feint hearted!
Whilst unbelievably beautiful you need to make sure you wear the right footwear and don’t mind getting muddy or wet....More
It's difficult to find this as it's tucked away. You can park right on the "highway"/road and look for it. WARNING: IF you are prone to mosquito bites, I HIGHLY do NOT recommend you to go UNLESS you are covered head to toe AND sprayed...More
On the Road to Hana (36 West past the airport) five miles past Twin Falls (a fun walk with cool vegetation) past the bamboo stands (hard to call them ‘forests’) on the right you can stop beside the Rancho right up the road and walk...More
Worth stopping, and probably a lot cooler than what we experienced due to the flooding. Access is hard to find, and the hiking can be tricky (especially when muddy). Secure your vehicle well-- we were cautioned of frequent break-ins, evidenced with plenty of broken glass...More
If it's not too rainy you may be okay but can be very muddy which can also make it very slippery! But it is absolutely gorgeous. Make sure to go all the way to the waterfall and enjoy the cool refreshing water or just sit...More
Been to Maui many times but always put off the road to Hana because of the notorious traffic. Decided to give it a go and so glad we did. We drove as far at the Bamboo forest and wearing our wet shoes (a must) and...More