Chasing Hawaiian Waterfalls
Throughout the Hawaiian Islands, hidden deep in the lush rainforests at the end of winding trails, are the most extraordinary sites you can imagine. The beauty of the trails and rainforests are enough to be an amazing place to visit, but finding a hidden waterfall is an indescribable experience, and you often have to see these waterfalls to believe that they’re real – the beauty is that incredible.
No matter the island, there is a waterfall to discover, and most of the hikes that lead to them are fairly easy. That’s not to say that they are all easy, but many can be accessed through trailheads that are easy to find, and despite the wet conditions, the waterfalls don't take too much time to reach. Trails can be treacherous, wet, muddy, and slippery, but these are all conditions that help the rainforest to thrive, and keep the water falling.
The winter months in Hawaii are some of the best months to see a waterfall, with plenty of rain feeding the streams and rivers that make their way through the forests. From towering falls like Manoa Falls on Oahu, to smaller falls that can be found off of Maui’s Hana Highway, there are seemingly an endless number of mesmerizing waterfalls located all over the Hawaiian Islands. Hiking is the best way to find these beauties, but a tour through the air is an alternative option to see some of the most incredible waterfalls you will ever see.
Flying high above the islands in a state of the art helicopter, you can reach places that are inaccessible by land, and take in sites that many do not get to see. Flying over the Na Pali Coast on Kauai, or along Oahu’s coast shows you the islands in their truest form, and gives unmatched access to the best the island has to offer. On a Circle Island Helicopter Tour of Oahu, you can see Sacred Falls, one of the tallest waterfalls in Hawaii, and entirely off limits by land. There is no other way to see this incredible site.
Each island features waterfalls that will take your breath away, including:
Big Island Waterfalls:
These are can’t miss sites, and easily accessible. Waterfalls are hidden gems, located all over the Hawaiian Islands. Finding waterfalls is as easy as asking around, booking a tour, or taking an incredible flight over the islands. This is one part of Hawaii that you must see.
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