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Wailele Farm is a family owned and operated bio-diverse farm. Focusing on restoration and preservation, Wailele Farm is committed to planting crops which provide a multitude of beneficial uses. We are involved in a long term and extensive effort to...more
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We took our almost 3 year old along and while it wasn’t an easy hike down to the falls but it was manageable with a carrier. It’s not an overly impressive waterfall but have been told it is the most child friendly that you don’t...More
Hmmm... We went here based on several recommendations and found the place to be really underwhelming.
Yes the garden paths leading to the twin falls are nice, but the main attraction itself is really nothing much to talk about!!!
If you just have a day...More
Beautiful! Tip: bring water shoes and drop your towels ETC at the base of the waterfalls - then hike up to the top and jump off. This is an easy hike with kids (9 and 6). It’s quite rocky getting up and down the waterfall...More
Cool first stop during Hana trip. It was crowded and muddy because it was raining but still enjoyable. Plenty of trees to cover from rain. You can just watch, dip your feet in the water, or go all in and jump in the pool. Everyone...More
Great first stop on the way to Hana. Be patient to find parking as it is busy. Also use the Gypsy Guide app for Hana makes it so much easier. This stop is just a short easy hike to the falls and overlook. Be careful...More
Great rainforest hike and beautiful scenery! The hike wasn't to strenous and the waterfalls were magical. I learned a lot about the various plants from our guide Christina. We tried a variety of edible flowers and fruits. It was definitely worth the trip.
The falls were fun to jump off of. Right now (topography can change due to weather) there are two places to jump from. One height is about 8-9 feet up and the other about 12 -15 feet up. We had fun from ages 7 up...More
The trail is wide & flat enough for a double stroller most of the way but the short trail down to the actual falls is more narrow & rocky in places & muddy when it rains. You could still enjoy the walk & trail but would have... More
The trail is wide & flat enough for a double stroller most of the way but the short trail down to the actual falls is more narrow & rocky in places & muddy when it rains. You could still enjoy the walk & trail but would have to view the Falls on foot, leaving someone to watch the stroller or packing it down with you.