Twin Falls

Trail, Lake
Hana Hwy Mile 2 (off Honokala Rd)
Ha‘ikū, HI 96708


  • Some of the easiest accessed falls. The property is open to public for free, so make sure to support their fruit stand!
  • If lost, ask the fruit stand guy. Very nice and helpful!
  • The big waterfall to the left is the one to hit if you're pressed for time. Make sure to swim out and stand underneath it. It's incredible.
  • Bring good hiking footwear and shorts/trunks that dry quickly. You'll need the wade in the see the falls up close.
  • When the second fall is dry you can climb up and jump from the cliff.
  • Take off your suit for some great pics, and scare the tourists!!!
  • Fruit stand closes at 4 pm
  • WeaR water shoes for the trail. It's bumpy and wet.
  • You can swim here at your own risk. Lots of water. Easy walk from the parking lot. Beautiful.
  • Nice cool water to take a nice dip. The upper falls has good platforms to dive . Plenty of parking available.
  • Nice double waterfall and pool with chilly water, by fruitstand and bamboo groves. More hiking and waterfalls available unless waters are high and access closed.
  • Bring a towel - water is cold!
  • Make sure to check out the second falls and irrigation canals
  • Twin Falls is the first waterfall on the "Road to Hana," with several trails and a natural pool. Make sure you try one of the delicious smoothies at the nearby farm stand.
  • Pretty sweet Lots of flys but very hot. Enjoy
  • Too much people
  • Less than a two mile walk roundtrip. Wear tennis shoes for the slippery ground or swim shoes for the stones in the water near the waterfall
  • nice little walk. but the fall is tiny
  • Short walk and slippery mud walk... roaring falls are the reward
  • Completely underwhelming. Not worth the time.

Nearby places

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