Found on the Road to Hana at Keanae, Ching’s pond is a beautiful place to get out and stretch your legs to see a waterfall and bridge that is readily accessible.
Because it is so close to the road it is commonly photographed and can be a bit busy. That doesn’t make it any less pretty though.
You will occasionally find people jumping off the steep hillsides into the pool below. On the weekends, this spot can turn into a locals swimming hole.
It might be a mini-waterfall, but we think it is still a beautiful place to spend an afternoon in Honolulu. read more
At nearly 1,450 feet tall, Hi’ilawe Falls in Waipio Valley on Hawaii’s Big Island is the tallest waterfall in Hawaii. read more
Alakahi stream flows down aged lava rock and mature trees to create a multi-layer waterfall leading to Onomea Bay near Hilo, Hawaii, inside of the Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden. read more
Looking mauka (inland) from Halawa Bay on the island of Molka’i, you will find steep and lush Halawa Valley, fed by the Halawa and Mooula streams headed in the hills above. read more
Think of Hawaii and many of us think of waterfalls–just not usually right in downtown Waikiki. However, if you look hard enough you can discover many mini-falls inside the city. read more
A waterfall streams over layered lava stones into a small pool below in a tropical rain forest on the Road to Hana, Maui. read more
This gorgeous rainforest waterfall scene intrigues your imagination, causing your mind to wander to Hawaii and helping you almost feel your toes dip into the pool and the water cascade over your face. read more
Ho’opi’i Falls near the town of Kapa’a on Kauai is a magical spot is popular for hiking and relaxing; but it is also home to cliff-jumping local daredevils and more than one engagement story. read more
The Hawaiian word for waterfall is Wailele. On Hawaii’s Garden Isle of Kauai, wailele are everywhere. Kauai has so many waterfalls that no one is certain of the actual count. read more
Kahili Falls are seen arched by a rainbow from a helicopter cruise over Kaua’i. The area is green from year-round rains that have created the lush valleys and numerous waterwalls. read more
A short drive from Lihue or Kapa’a on Hawaii’s island of Kaua’i are the ‘Opaeka’a Falls. This waterfall flows year round from the waters of the north branch Wailua river. read more