Manoa Falls Trail is a 1.5 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Honolulu, Hawaii that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
A short hike to the base of Manoa Falls, passing through movie scene locations from Jurassic Park and Lost This short hike will take you to 100ft Manoa Falls. The trail can be quite muddy, so make sure to wear proper shoes (you will be sorry if you wear flip flops, because your toes will easily slip around once they get muddy. Several scenes from the TV show LOST were filmed here, as was parts of Jurassic Park (you can see posters in the building with bathrooms and food service). Unfortunately, you cannot swim in the pool at the base of the waterfall, but the view alone justifies the easy hike. There is a $5 fee to park.
Highly trafficked trail with lots of tourists. Very short and easy.
Short and easy hike with lots to look at.
Very easy and a bit touristy, but beautiful
Relatively easy hike, that's moderately trafficked! The view of the jungle throughout the hike is very pretty and there's lots to see throughout with a beautiful waterfall. Family friendly. There is a $5 parking fee when you get there though.
Great short hike about 1.5 miles in and back. Beautiful falls at end of hike.
Beautiful Waterfall. The hike to the waterfall was cool and gorgeous.
We hiked Diamond Head and Manoa in the same day back to back and it was perfect!
Very easy hike, my brother in law did it carrying a baby the entire way no problem. Took us all about an hour total, with time to stop and take in the views which were beautiful! A lot of reviews say slippery but we must have been lucky because it was dry and not slippery at all for us. Well worth it!
Nice and easy trail. I went to Manoa Falls right after I landed in Oahu and it was a breeze. Make sure you take mosquito repellent cause you will get eaten alive.
There's apparently a harder trail you can do after you reach the fall, but we didn't have time for it.
We got there in the evening and paid $5 for parking but as soon as we paid, the guy manning the entrance left... so if you go a little later you might be able to park for free.