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- 98%Family Travelers
- 83%Adventure Travelers
- 75%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 57%Luxury Travelers
- 57%Budget Travelers
- 56%Green Travelers
User Reviews (28 Reviews)
- Twin FallsAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 9Feb 22, 2014
WATER SHOES!!!!! I'm the idiot that brought them, left them on the car, saw people walking with flip flops and thought "those idiots! why are they walking in flip flops!" I had to basically drench my new tennis shoes in water! :(
Remember to bring water shoes or flip flops! Be in a swimsuit if you want to go into the water near the water fall! At least I was smart enough to wear a swim suit!
But esirously don't miss twin falls on your maui trip! It is so amazing and fun to trudge through water to get to the water fall. It's so beautiful.
Maybe also bring some mosquito bite medicine.
People say that cars get broken into here. I'd say the would occur during less busy times. Also, don't park on the side parking area. Park in the main parking right in front of the fruit stand.Recommended for:Adventure Travelers
- Twin FallsOct 20, 2013
Fun, easy hike off the Hana Hwy, at the beginning of the day trip down to Hana. Definitely walk along the dirt road, and don't miss the left turn at the fork in the road. You'll have to wade across the stream twice to get to where the waterfall is, then depending on recent rains, swim or wade again through the river to the base. Totally worth it, even if this is an ultra-popular stop and usually pretty crowded.
- Twin FallsMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsFamily TravelersFoodies+ 2Sep 25, 2013
This is one of our favorite hikes on Maui. Stop at the first major fruit stand once you start the Road to Hana. Buy some fresh banana bread and some fresh pressed sugar cane juice. Then hike into one of 3 nice waterfalls. Great for swimming and cliff jumping. Good for kids, too. The best falls in my opinion for swimming were to the right, above the main one where everybody goes. The falls on the left have a rope swing!
- Twin FallsMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Sep 13, 2013
Great Hike in the beginning of the Road to Hana. It's going to take 30 minutes one way to get to the waterfall. The hike is perfect for kids and adults but make sure you bring water shoes to hike in!
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- Twin FallsMay 11, 2013
Great spot to visit on the way to Hana. The downside is that it is a huge tourist attraction and you will have to share it with so many other visitors. If you are staying with us, pass this spot up as you will see so many better places to view waterfalls in the Hana area.
- Twin FallsMay 08, 2013
The first "waterfall" stop on the Road to Hana includes a short walk on a lush green property that takes you to one of the most refreshing natural waterfalls on the island! Bring water shoes to walk back to the waterfall and enjoy a cool swim! You HAVE to try it!
- Twin FallsMay 07, 2013
On Maui's North Shore, in a gravel parking lot on the Hana Hwy you will find the Twin Falls Farm Stand and entrance to Ho'olawa Valley. Commonly known as Twin Falls, this lush valley is a popular destination for locals and visitors who come to enjoy hiking to the waterfalls and swimming in the fresh water ponds