These are the five most beautiful waterfalls in the state of Hawaii. Hawaii is full of waterfalls, and trying to choose the five most beautiful is not easy. I've been to Hawaii and to a couple of the waterfalls on this list. The rest were chosen based upon the waterfalls I would most like to see on my next vacation to Hawaii.
Five Most Beautiful Waterfalls in Hawaii
Akaka Falls on Hawaii
Akaka Falls drops 442 feet along Kolekole Stream in Akaka Falls State Park on the east coast of the Big Island of Hawaii at the end of State Highway 22 just west of Honomu.Akaka Falls State Park is about 15 miles north of the city of Hilo. The city of Hilo gets well over 100 inches of rainfall per year, so Akaka Falls is usually flowing at a great rate. For more see Akaka Falls is a Beautiful Tourist Attraction Waterfall in Hawaii.
Jurassic Park Waterfall - Manawaiopuna Falls on Kauai
If you have ever watched the movie Jurassic Park, then you have seen Manawaiopuna Falls located on the the garden isle of Kauai. If you want to see Manawaiopuna Falls for real, you have to take a helicopter ride that will fly over the falls, and some will land near the Jurassic Park waterfall. For more see Jurrasic Park Waterfall - Beautiful Scenic Secret Manawaiopuna Falls on Kauai Hawaii.
Makahiku Falls on Maui
Makahiku Falls is located in Haleakala National Park in the Kipahulu section of the park located along the southeast coast of Maui.
Wailua Falls on Kauai
Wailua Falls pours 80 feet over a basalt cliff face in Wailua River State Park on the east coast of the garden isle of Kauai, Hawaii. If Wailua Falls looks familiar, it was shown on the opening of the TV show, Fantasy Island. There is also another waterfalls called Wailua Falls in Hawaii located along the Hana Highway on Maui pictured below.
Weeping Wall on Kauai
There is a 5,148 foot mountain in the center of Kauai called Mount Waialeale were an average of 452 inches of rain falls per year. As the rain piles up on Mount Waialeale it needs somewhere to go and it tumbles majestically over the sides of the shield volcano mountain forming what is known as the Weeping Wall. The best way to see the Weeping Wall is a helicopter ride.