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Manoa Falls

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Manoa Falls

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End of Manoa Road, Honolulu, Oahu, HI 96822
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S.G. wrote a review Jan 2021
2 contributions13 helpful votes
Manoa Falls, Pu'u Pia, and Kolowalu trails --- all in Manoa, on Oahu are CLOSED!!. Boulders and rockslides!! You will be given a huge monetary fine for entering. Also, if you need to be rescued the City & County of Honolulu will give you the bill for the rescue. In the Fall & Winter months Manoa has a lot of rain so these trails are extremely dangerous to hike because they are muddy & full of mosquitoes. BEWARE: there are homeless people living along the trails. The area has many rental units and a high rate of burglaries. Vehicles are often broken into. Thieves know this is a tourist area. Jeeps and Ford Mustangs are targets since they are often vehicles driven by tourists. Suggest you hike other trails on Oahu. Posted: January 23, 2021
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Date of experience: January 2021
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S.A. wrote a review Jan 2021
3 contributions11 helpful votes
Manoa Falls, Kolowalu, and Pua Pua trails --- all in Manoa, on Oahu are CLOSED!!. You will will be given a huge monetary fine for entering. Also, if you need to be rescued the City & County of Honolulu will send you the bill for the rescue. In Fall & Winter months Manoa has a lot of rain so these trails are extremely dangerous to hike because they are muddy & full of mosquitoes. BEWARE: there are homeless people living along the trails. Posted: January 21, 2021
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Date of experience: January 2021
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DisneyRose wrote a review Dec 2020
Seattle, Washington25 contributions39 helpful votes
We took this hike as part of a Disney adventure and loved it! The fals are lovely, the path a bit muddy but the unique bamboo forest was the best.(It’s currently closed for renovations.)
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Date of experience: December 2020
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MY NAME IS RACE wrote a review Dec 2020
The Colony, Texas13 contributions9 helpful votes
**Re-iteration of my wife's review** You would feel like you've entered Jurassic park while doing this hike. The weather is really cool and the hike through the pristine rainforest with bamboo trees, birds, and flowers is magical. Expect a downpour anytime and don't forget to bring your rain jackets. There is paid parking and stores/restrooms near the trailhead. Date of experience: November 2018
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Date of experience: November 2020
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kelseybundra wrote a review Jul 2020
144 contributions119 helpful votes
My friend and I were looking for another hike and nature walk when we found this place. It hadn’t rained the day before but the whom trail leading up to the falls were slippery. Once we reached the falls, it said there was no swimming but people still were. My friend and I had our cameras and phones so we declined. I mainly liked being in the forest. It felt very tropical. I slipped and fell on the way down and got mud all over my backside. A lot of people helped me up though.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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