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It is not a difficult hike. The path is beautiful vegetation. The path is not difficult but with the tropical weather the path is muddy. It is a slick layer on your shoes which makes the path a little more difficult than it should be....More
Sweet spot: This trail starts as an old road, then it becomes narrower as it continues winding through tropical foilage that is magical. Bring your suit for a stream, small waterfall dip to cool off with the locals, then continue up the mountain to the...More
I wanted to do some hiking, but away from all the crowds at diamond head, so I found this one. What a treasure!! The hiking is not horribly hard, but I would suggest something beyond flip flops. A lot of the hike is on stone...More
This was a 5.6km there-and-back trek which is technically "forbidden" but everyone does it anyways (there will be a fence that you can simply stroll around to access the hike). You'll gain about 250m on this hike with some parts that can be tricky particularly...More
A good walk to a great waterfall. The path is wide and easy to follow.
Parking can be a little hard to find, as the waterfall is popular. The walk gets steep in some areas.
There are many cute photo opportunities. And the water is...More
I went with a group of friends on a hike to this waterfall. I would say it’s a 2-3 mile round trip from the fence with about 500 ft elevation change.
The path is mostly along a BWS gravel/dirt road. At the entrance is a...More
Response from RiverRaftingMom | Reviewed this property |
I’m not sure. I was alone and encountered a few groups of boisterous young people playing music loudly. This seems to be a favorite place for locals, but not generally very populated. I’d ask someone local.