Waimanu Falls, Moloka’i

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Tall waterfall with several drops and pools below the drops. The name Waimanu means "bird water".

The scarce information about this waterfall is contradictory – there is another tall Waimanu Fall in Hawai’i island and it may happen that the information about both these monuments is mixed together.

Waimanu Falls are included in the following list:

Map of 12 best waterfalls in Molokai Island
Map of 12 best waterfalls in Molokai Island

References

  1. Waimanu Falls. World Waterfall Database. Accessed on June 9, 2010

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Waimanu Falls, Moloka\'i 21.153767, -156.948811 Waimanu Falls, Moloka’i

Coordinates: 21.1541 N 156.9487 W
Categories: Waterfalls
Values: Geology, Visual
Rank: 8
Address: Oceania, United States, Hawaii, near the north coast of Moloka’i, Waimanu Valley, 5.5 km south-east from Kalaupappa
Height: 550 m (?), highest drop – 120 m (?)

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