If you love beautiful and swimmable waterfalls and are looking to explore them, Maui could be your next vacation destination.
One of the most popular waterfall treks, it is the first major waterfall along the highway. Families love the tour because it's only a quarter mile long.
Waimoku Falls in Haleakalā National Park in East Maui is a 400-foot waterfall at the end of the 4-mile round trip Pipiwai Trail.
Visible from the highway and near the Road to Hana, Wailua Falls is one of the most notable and accessible waterfalls in Maui.
Located in the forest, the Punalau Falls is one hundred feet high and is accessible by the Punalau Stream.
If you want a classic Hawaiian swimming hole, the falls here are perfect for a swim.
Pua'a Ka'a Falls
Honokohau Falls is one of the most impressive waterfalls in Maui, with a total drop of 1100 feet.
A must-visit for photographers and swimmers along the Road to Hana is Upper Waikani Falls, also known as Three Bears Falls.
Upper Waikani Falls
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