Hawaii Mom Blog: Maui Day Trip Stop 4 - Twin Falls Hike




November 3, 2017

Maui Day Trip Stop 4 - Twin Falls Hike

As much as Nadia & I love to eat, we made sure to schedule some non-eating stops on our day trip to Maui.  

We headed to the Twin Falls Hike, a popular stop for those who are on their way to Hana.

There are a couple of parking lots, both of which were packed, but we lucked out with finding a parking space right away.

Unfortunately, because of a huge storm a few days prior (which knocked out power to the entire island), a big portion of the hike was closed off due to hazardous conditions, so we only had access to the lower falls.

Because of the recent heavy rains, the waterfall was gushing!
Although we did not get to see the main waterfall, we're just glad we got to see one of the waterfalls!

Because the hike is on private land and the property owners have generously allowed the public access, be sure to stay on the path, don't pick any fruits, and contribute to the portable toilet fund if possible.

Most importantly - "Respect the land - leave only footprints."

Twin Falls Hike
6280 Hana Hwy
Haiku, HI 96708

Mahalo to Island Air. Island Air offers more than 200 flights each week between O‘ahu, Maui, Kaua‘i and Hawai‘i Island. For more information about Island Air or to make a reservation, visit www.islandair.com or call (800) 652-6541.

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