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7 Enchanting Waterfalls You Need to See in Hawaii

Hawaii is one of the few places on earth that has an abundance of waterfalls. Sometimes, it feels like they’re on every corner. Thanks to heavy rains and sheer mountain ranges, such stunning landscapes definitely looks like their heaven sent.

Check out some of the majestic waterfalls in Hawaii:

Manoa Falls, Oahu

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It is one of the hidden treasures of the island of Oahu, which is in the heart of Honolulu. It’s kept hidden in around the foot of the Ko’olau mountain range at the back of Manoa Valley.

Papalaua Falls, Molokai

The island of Molokai is where you will find the highest sea cliffs in the world where some of the most unbelievable waterfalls are hidden. Papalua Falls can be found on the island’s north shore.

Hanakapi’ai Falls, Kauai

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If you’re up for an adventure, this is the best place to start. To get to the Hanakapi’ai Falls, you’ll need to take a long walk on a slippery pathway. But the long hike is definitely worth it.

Akaka Falls, Big Island

This is probably the most popular waterfall as it is visited by thousands of visitors from all parts of the planet. What makes this waterfall immensely awe-inspiring is its 442-foot drop, thanks to 130 to 200 inches of rain every year.

Wailua Falls, Kauai

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One of the things that make this body of water too beautiful is the spray from the double waterfalls that display rainbows above the water. This means that it’s going to be the perfect photo op to show off to your friends.

Maunawili Falls, Oahu

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The Maunawili Falls may be relatively small and calm, but what makes getting here an adventure on its own is the fact that the hike can be long. Don’t worry though, you’ll be trekking through lush rainforest.

Hi’ilawe and Hakalaoa Falls, Big Island

Perhaps nothing can be more breathtaking than these waterfalls. Tucked behind Waipio Valley, these side-by-side waterfalls are definitely something you don’t get to see too often.

So grab the opportunity to travel today!

Photos by: Cardon FryRoy LuckRobert LinsdellHeather Harvey

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