Kaluahine Falls ,Hawaii, USA

Address -: Kaluahine Falls ,Waipi'o Valley ,Big Island, Hawaii, USA
Water from verdant cliffs drops right into the ocean. For a two-waterfall day, hike from here to the 1,450- foot-high Hi‘ilawe Falls.
On the northeastern side of the Big Island is a district with cascading waterfalls and tropical rainforests called the Hamakua Coast. It stretches fifty miles along the Pacific Ocean between Hilo and the Waipi’o Valley, and offers some of the most scenic vistas you will ever encounter. Whether you’re a long time resident or coming for a short visit, don’t miss out on a drive up the coast.
Your journey will take you past a variety of spectacular natural wonders. Not far from Hilo, breathtaking views of Onomea Bay can be seen.Your day trip at Waipio Valley Lookout where the black sand beach meets sheer cliffs. Along the way make sure to stop at the local farms.
A visit to Waipi'o Valley begins west of Honokaa town at the terminus of State Route 240, also known as Waipio Road. The highway ends at the Waipio Valley Lookout, and only those with horses or a four-wheel drive vehicle can venture further without hiking. From the lookout, the view of the valley and its beach is stunning, certainly worth a few photographs before heading off to the valley floor.
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