Rainbow Falls Park

Row 1

Rainbow drive
Hilo, HI 96720
Park, Other Outdoors, Scenic Lookout

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  • Ironically enough at this precise moment in time there is no water (the merest of trickles).
  • go to rainbow falls
  • Hike up to the back of the falls, and you'll enter a fantastic jungle of giant banyan trees -- don't you feel you're in the Wonderland that Alice was in?
  • The river's named Wailuku which means "water of destruction" - people who wade in its shallows get swept away to drown in furious currents. And there's a monster in the cave behind the falls.
  • Walk past and up the trail. The real treasure is the huge banyan tree!
  • Lovely waterfalls,and maybe even a kitten now and then.
  • Head up the staircase on the left and go straight through the tree canopy. At the end you will see quite possibly most massive tree in Hawaii. Definitely the most interesting thing at this stop.
  • Pretty but not too impressive. 30 yard walk from the parking lot. 10 minutes. Free.
  • No sign for it, just turn right into Rainbow Road. If you pass the hospital you've passed it.
  • The waterfall is pretty but nothing really more to it. Snap a few pictures from the various vantage points and be on your way.
  • So beautiful and it's right in Hilo's backyard!
  • Don't miss the awesome-looking banyan tree that you'll see if you walk a bit past the viewing platform.
  • Easy to get to, worth it
  • Beautiful, even when there isn't much water coming down.
  • Doesn't need a rainbow. Climb the banyan tree up top. Well worth the effort.
  • Don't miss the banyan trees at the top. They are great to climb.
  • !!!
  • Perto de Fiz do Iguau um "filete de gua", mas bonito!!