Explore the most popular kid friendly trails near Haiku with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

lots of people. beautiful falls. bring water shoes.

Not best views, nice stop much better trails farther down road to Hana

hiking
1 month ago

Very crowded. Basically could have driven to the first and second falls. The upper falls had a nice pool everyone could swim in. If you go to the second falls make sure you have water shoes. Good hike to do with the whole family.

Very nice hike. Easy except for the river you must cross. But take it show and you’ll get through. A little walk over a wall to the river and falls. Beautiful.

hiking
1 month ago

Really beautiful falls. Get there early as it is a bit of a zoo. However most people do not continue past the closed gates marked “experienced hikers only” so once you clear that it is more serene and there are more pools.

2 months ago

very busy "trail" upper falls trail was closed

trail running
2 months ago

The truth is every trail in Maui is beautiful - some are muddier than others - this is stroll and requires no skill to run or walk - there's a nice stream - if you like Cambodian gum trees there are a few magnificent ones

trail running
2 months ago

Easy with light elevation change - difficult to run up the hill towards the "unaccessable" water fall - beautiful trail - Once you get to the water fall, if you have the juevos to jump across you can trek up the stream to a real water fall and swimming pond - get there early as it loads up with people and parking is limited on the Hana Hwy. - worth the stop for a quick trek up the hill.

trail running
2 months ago

$15 to get in - this is a leisurly stroll with very little elevaation change - beautiful grounds with a couple of really nice look outs - worth the stop and the $15

Not a difficult hike, but not much to see. There are much nicer views on the Road to Hana.

on Garden of Eden

hiking
2 months ago

Beautiful statues, flowers, and greenery!

walking
2 months ago

Loved the gardens and worth the cost. Locals get a discount.

Plan to explore, lots to see and Wow those peacocks.

hiking
2 months ago

Loved these falls for the uniqueness, got a pic positioned in between the 2 falls pouring over, awesome!

hiking
2 months ago

Easy trail that's scenic, parking nearby.

Hike traverses private land, pay attention to signs and respect the land!

hiking
2 months ago

This is one of the best easily accessible hikes on Maui. I always recommend it to people. Make sure you go all the way to the end! You need to swim for about 5 minutes to reach the last waterfall.

There wasn't much to see the day I was there in January. Plenty of vegetation along the trail but no lookout points, waterfalls, or other points of interest. Perhaps the jungle was overgrown to the point of blocking the view...?

nature trips
3 months ago

Great stop on the road to Hana. Awesome collection of trees and flowers. Easy stroll with paved paths until the end which gets a little muddy. Nice stop overall. Lots of people tho, as the Road to Hana has lots of visitors.

hiking
3 months ago

When it rains, the farm that manages trail limits public use but allows paid visitors who are part of a tour through. Lots and lots of tourist - so if you’re looking for a nature hike go elsewhere. If you’re just breezing through, this is a nice stopover

Easy walk. Twin Falls are beautiful. Even though there are many people around, it was worth it to see the falls. Not a private hike. Not long.

Super crowded and full of tourists

hiking
4 months ago

Nothing special here. Seems like a good ‘hike’ if you have kids. Whole trail is paved, didn’t really feel like hike though.

Neat, easy walk.

nature trips
4 months ago

15 is too much money for this hike! It should be free

Fun hike , good place to get out and stretch. Very quiet trail with beautiful trees that provide a great canopy . Smell the fragrance of eucalyptus as you walk , lots of ginger along the way . Muddy but not too slippery
Would recommend a stop along the road to Hana

Nice little hike to a nice waterfall. Be prepared to get your shoes wet or to take them off. It gets a little crowded so be there early if you want to avoid people

hiking
7 months ago

Short walk, seems to be heavily trafficked. The trail is a dirt road and can get pretty crowded. Bring water shoes or shoes that you don’t mind getting wet, there are a few streams you need to cross. Definitely do not need any hiking gear. Great for families and beginners.

walking
7 months ago

Peaceful walk with beautiful scenery.

It is a quick fun hike. Don’t forget to bring bug spray and reapply if necessary. We hike in the rain and by the time we got to the top the mosquitos had us for lunch. We reapplied bug spray at the top but the damage was done. However the hike was worthwhile.

8 months ago

15$ per person, it's a bit expensive unless you were a fan of botanic.

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