Manoa Falls, Honolulu
Manoa Falls, Honolulu - Address
Address: 37 Manoa Rd, Honolulu, HI 96822, United States
Time Required: 03:30 Hrs
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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About Manoa Falls, Honolulu
Manoa Falls are a beautiful attraction in the midst of nature and are a very popular tourist attraction in Honolulu. You need to take a short hike to see them but they are every bit worth the effort. The lush green area amidst which you will find the cascading white water is simply spectacular.
Interestingly it is the place where the movie Jurassic Park and the TV Series Lost were filmed. The pretty waterfall and the moderate trek up the hill are the perfect day-trip while in Honolulu. Located close to Paradise Park, this place is a certain must-visit.
Hawaii has tremendous natural wealth and it only makes sense to explore it while you are in Honolulu. This idyllic spot near the city makes for the perfect occasion to do so. In the lap of nature, you will be able to appreciate the wild beauty of these islands. Manoa Falls is one of the attractions in 5 Days Itinerary Honolulu. Must visit this awesome attraction.
Your Honolulu trip is incomplete without a visit to the pretty Manoa Falls. Once a shooting destination for Jurassic Park and Lost-The TV Series, is today a tourist’s favorite destination. While Manoa Falls tickets are free of any cost, but still you have to pay for the parking. Also, you can easily opt for the Manoa Falls tours. The Manoa Falls tour tickets are available at a very affordable price. The Manoa Falls tours are very well guided and is a perfect way to explore the scenic attraction.
Manoa Falls Information
- The attraction is free but you will have to pay 5 USD for parking. You can park for free in the Lower areas if you are okay with walking a bit more.
- Take sunscreen and bug repellant with you.
- Take water and food for a picnic on the hike. There are no restaurants or eateries inside the place.
- Do not stray away from the designated trail for your own safety.
- You should co-operate with any governmental activity being carried out due to which tourists may have to wait.
Manoa Falls Ticket Prices
- Free visit
How To reach Manoa Falls by Public Transport
- It is best to rent a car to go to Pali Highway.
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Manoa Falls, Honolulu Reviews - Write a Review
Manoa Falls height is a great 1 hour hike (round trip) At the end is the Fall. It is not high enough for any city view or anything. The trail is covered by foliage, so you can hike in the shade. Right in the middle is a bamboo forest. A nice place to take a break and listen the the brushing bamboo leaves. This is my favorite New Year hike where everywhere (malls) are closed but the trail is open!
This hike is like a nice little walk through a park. Trail is pretty easy to walk on and not very challenging. The day we went there wasn't a lot of water coming down the falls, but it was still cool. I think the hike was more rewarding with the views along the way. Very busy trail, and once you get to the falls there seems to be a lot of people that disregard the signs telling you not to go past a certain point and do anyways so they can swim in the very small pool of water at the base of the falls. Other than all the people, it was a nice little hike.
Heavenly hike! Make sure to wear sneakers cause the trail is not paved and it gets really muddy. The hike is not that long and doable for everyone. Go for a quick dip when you reach the waterfall. Water is a bit cold but SO worth it! This is was an amazing experience, must do for anyone visiting Oahu.
Mania Falls amazing view and wonderful hike. Enjoy beautiful views of an active rainforest while you hike. Try and plan a day that is not raining as I could amazing that the trail would become slippery. Hike ends at 100 plus foot falls.
Very nice waterfall and the entrance of the trail is gorgeous. The trail is not paved and is quite muddy the higher you go up. It can get very slippery so sandals are not recommended at all. This is a busy spot so the earlier you go the better. Plan to spend 30- 40 mins walking each way depending on foot traffic. I'm glad we went.