Waimanu Falls, Moloka’i
Tall waterfall with several drops and pools below the drops. The name Waimanu means "bird water".
Map of the site
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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. World Waterfall Database.
Waimanu Falls are included in the following article:
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