Maui Waterfalls

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Haipuaena Falls
Haipuaena Falls is a relatively small, but picturesque waterfall located on the Road to Hana (Hana Highway). Because it can't be seen from the road, many people don't know it's here and pass by it.
Hanawi Falls
Hanawi Falls is a popular stop on the Road to Hana. But what most visitors see of this waterfall is actually known as Upper Hanawi Falls. The waterfall is a 30-foot (9 m) cascade, surrounded by lush, tropical vegetation.
Honokohau Falls
Honokohau Falls on Maui drops in two tiers at a total 1,119 feet (341 m), making it the tallest waterfall on the island. The best way to see this amazing cascade is by helicopter.

Makapipi Falls
Located along the Road to Hana, Makapipi Falls is an easily accessible waterfall. What makes it special is that you'll be able to stand right above it, which makes for a unique vantage point.
Punalau Falls
Punalau Falls is one of the lesser-known waterfalls along the Road to Hana. It can't be seen from the road, and it takes a short, but slippery upstream hike over partially submerged rocks to get to it.
Puohokamoa Falls
Upper Puohokamoa Falls can best be seen from the Garden of Eden. Lower Puohokamoa Falls is further off and not as many people notice it because of its hidden location below Hana Highway.
Waikani Falls
This is one of the most popular waterfalls on Maui, located along the Road to Hana. It is also known as "Three Bears Falls" because of its three parallel drops with successively lower heights (like papa bear, mama bear and baby bear).
Wailua Falls
Wailua Falls is an easily accessible waterfall, located right on the Hana Highway. No need to hike to it; you can see it from the road. It is an 80-foot (24 m) cascade and is surrounded by lush vegetation.
Waimoku Falls
Waimoku Falls is one of Maui’s tallest waterfalls, dropping 400 feet (122 m) down a vertical cliff. It is accessible via the 1.8-mile (2.9 km) Pipiwai Trail, which begins near the Oheo Gulch.
Wall of Tears
The Wall of Tears is one of Maui's lesser-known waterfalls. In fact, as many as 17 waterfalls are cascading down a cliff, hidden deep in the West Maui Mountains near the summit of Pu'u Kukui.