Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Waimanu Falls, Moloka’i

Tall waterfall with several drops and pools below the drops. The name Waimanu means "bird water". The scarce information about this waterfall is contradictory -...

Haha Falls

Walls of the enormous Kamalo Canyon (Kamalō Gulch) rise up to 490 m high above the bed of the stream and 1100 m above...

Top 12 waterfalls of Moloka’i

List of Molokai waterfalls Below in alphabetic order are listed 10 most impressive waterfalls in Molokai, Hawaii. 1. Haha Falls Some 240 m tall fall, one of...

Mo’oloa Falls (Mooloa Falls)

Walls of the enormous Kamalo Canyon (Kamalō Gulch) rise up to 490 m high above the bed of the stream and 1100 m above...

Hina Falls

Walls of the enormous Kamalo Canyon (Kamalō Gulch) rise up to 490 m high above the bed of the stream and 1100 m above...

Moa’ula Falls (Moaula Falls)

The upper part of the beautiful Hipuapua Valley is adorned with two large, high waterfalls. The most visited and somewhat easier to access are...

Hipuapua Falls

The upper part of the beautiful Hipuapua Valley is adorned with two large, high waterfalls. The highest of the two are Hipuapua Falls (152...

Pu’uka’oku Falls (Puukaoku Falls)

Some of the highest seaside cliffs in the world are stretching along the northern coast of Moloka'i island. The highest ones are some 4.2...

Papalaua Falls

Northern part of Moloka'i island is characterized with extremely tall cliffs, deep valleys and lush green vegetation. Extremely tall waterfalls add extra beauty to...

Kahiwa Falls

Some of the highest seaside cliffs in the world are stretching along the northern coast of Moloka'i island. Among the tallest ones are approximately...