Waterfall and Rainforest Hike
Departing from Kahului, you'll drive to the trail head, approximately 30 minutes away. Upon arrival, you'll hike through a lush valley along Maui's famous road to Hana. During the hike, you'll enjoy the view of several scenic waterfalls up to 40 feet high! Feel free to stop and swim in several large pools underneath the waterfalls. You can even leap from waterfall ledges into the pools below!
Your guide will make this 2.5 mile hike come alive with their extensive knowledge of the local animal and plant species, and with their love of life in Hawaii. The elevation change is only around 200 feet, so the hike is not very strenuous. The hike will require some boulder scrambling for short distances in streams, so participants should be comfortable with crossing streams on their hike. You will be provided with a backpack with mosquito repellent, bottled water, ponchos, lunch, and snacks. You won't want to miss this memorable Hawaiian waterfall hike!
Reviewer: Andrea DeLancey
This was a great excursion! Our guide, Aaron, was young, but very knowledgeable. He made a point to talk to everyone in the group and was considerate of others who did not move as fast. We went to several waterfalls and had an opportunity to swim under the waterfalls, try fruit from trees, and experience the beautiful Hawaiian landscape. Definitely worth the money!
Reviewer: Jackie Bernard
I chose the review title because, for some people, this was a great hike. Our guide was very informative and super friendly, and made sure everyone was safe. The waterfalls were beautiful and swimming under one was fabulous. Now, about the hike: When I hike, I like to hike. This was more of a saunter, with a lot of stop and go. Maybe most people enjoy that pace, but not me.
Reviewer: Gerard Hughes
Our guide Mirco was just outstanding. picking fruit and flowers off of trees. Native plants and flowers abound. The hike in the rain forest is muddy and slick in streams and trails. Not the easiest hike but I am 65 but well worth the effort. Be sure to dress appropriately. Highly recommend!
Reviewer: Judy Blackwell
The hike was great. I loved the waterfall and being outdoors. I think it's difficulty should have been rated higher so individuals would be prepared. There was a lot of mud and cliff climbing that was not mentioned. My son and I did enjoy the challenge.
Reviewer: Renee Bookout
We had a wonderful hike with Gail! She is extremely knowledgeable and enthusiastic. It was raining quite hard during part of our hike, but she kept a great attitude and kept us moving along, with safety as her number one priority. The stop at the waterfall is wonderful, lunch was delicious and jumping off into the water was definitely a highlight for our group. Book this tour-- you will love it. And pay the $2 for the "water shoes" or be sure to bring your own (like Keene's). There were other tour companies out there that didn't seem to have the same access or safety concerns.