Mo’oloa Falls are included in the following list:
- Mo’oloa Falls. World Waterfall Database. Accessed on June 8, 2010
|Coordinates:||21.0973 N 156.8857 W|
|Address:||Oceania, United States, Hawaii, near the south-eastern coast of Moloka’i, upper rim of Kamalo Canyon|
|Alternate names:||Mooloa Falls|
|Height:||Roughly 440 m|
The Hawaiian Islands belong to the most remote islands in the world. Hawaii are characterised by tropical climate, mountainous relief, volcanism and isolation. If compared to most islands in Pacific, several Hawaiian Islands have comparatively large landmass. All these factors have led to the development of numerous impressive and unique natural attractions and some impressive monuments of culture.
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