Waterfall Hike Tour Twin Falls

Swim at this beautiful waterfall with a cave behind it

Waterfall Hike Tour behind the falls

You can walk all the way around behind the falls

Waterfall Hike Tour Twin Falls swimming spot

Another beautiful swimming spot few hikers ever find

Waterfall Hike Tour jumping into the pool

What is this girl jumping into???

Waterfall Hike Tour Twin Falls pool

She's jumping into this emerald green waterfall pool!

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This beautiful hike takes place in a unique valley, and it is the most popular. You will experience a variety of waterfalls ranging in height from 10 to 40 feet on two different streams. Under each of the falls, there are clear and large swimming holes. For additional thrills, there are several areas where you can safely jump from rock ledges into the waterfall pools down below. This makes for an excellent photo opportunity! The naturalist guides will teach you about Maui’s wonders. You will end the hike under a Hawaiian waterfall for a natural “shower”. The largest of the falls has ferns draping down from a huge overhanging ledge, and you can walk completely behind it!

General Information
Schedule: Daily

Duration: 5 – 6 hours

Difficulty: Easy to moderate hiking

Hiking Distance: 2.5 miles

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be made at least 48 hours before the start of the event.

Gratuity: Guide gratuity is optional and welcomed … for large parties they do require a $200 gratuity for each group of 7-10 people.

Check In: Meet your guide at the Park-n-Ride lot in Kahului. (near the intersection of Highway 350 & Highway 380). Complimentary pick up is also available at Kahului Harbor for Pride of America guests. Pickup from South Shore and West Side hotels is available for $30 per person for those without rental cars.

GPS: There is no street address for the Park-n-Ride. The coordinates are 20.875091, -156.461940 Click to view map

Tour includes: Nutritious lunch, snacks, and water

Gear Provided: Backpack, rain poncho and bug repellent

Restrictions: Minimum age for this tour is 6

What to Bring & Wear: Running shoes or sports sandals that can get wet and muddy. Shorts and short-sleeved shirts or t-shirts. If mosquitoes really bother you (your guide carries repellent), you could wear long pants and a long-sleeved shirt. Wear a swimsuit underneath so you can swim in the waterfall pools. Bring a towel and sunscreen and your camera & phone in a Ziploc or waterproof bag.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be made at least 48 hours before the start of the event.

east maui waterfall hike
Swim at this beautiful waterfall with a cave behind it
east maui waterfall jump
Jump into the fresh water pools!

CEast Maui Waterfall Hikeruise Ship Passengers

NCL cruise ship passengers in Kahului are able to do either the East Maui Waterfall Hike or the Short Waterfall Walk on either their first or second day in port. Pickup will be at the Maui Mall, which is a short walk from Kahului Harbor. The Hana Waterfall Hike is the only one of these tours that doesn’t fit your itinerary.


Lahaina cruise ship passengers can do the East Maui Waterfall hike or the Short Waterfall Walk. There is a $25 per person upcharge for West Side pickup on these tours.

Activity Tips

Kevin Ditamore – Owner / Manager

I am often asked “why go on a hiking tour? Can’t I just go and experience the same thing on my own?”

The answer to that question is a definitive “no.” You could walk down the same trail on your own, and your experience will be completely different. The presence of a knowledgable local guide who loves the “aina” (land) can make all the difference in your understanding and appreciation of everything that you see. You’ll learn about plants that have uses that you never imagined. You’ll taste fruits that are foreign to you. You’ll learn of history and geology of the area that offers insight you wouldn’t get going there alone. Hike Maui, the company that organizes these tours, likes to refer to their guides as “the secret ingredient for your experience.”

Obviously a guide also knows exactly where these places are so your day in the magical rainforest or volcanic landscape is maximized. No hunting for that elusive waterfall … you’ll go straight there and have more time to soak it all in. A guide who knows the “aina” will help keep you safe, and provide support if you need it. Would you like to jump off a cliff into a waterfall pool below? Doesn’t it sound like a good idea to have a guide who can tell you where it is safe to jump and where there a rocks hiding below the surface???

The East Maui Waterfall Hike is the most popular tour. This is the event that will truly make you glad you had a guide with you. As you hike through an “off-the-grid” farming area you’ll taste fruit you’ve maybe never seen before. Your guide will impress you with his or her ability to take plants from the jungle and demonstrate uses you’ve never thought of. You’ll probably learn what a tapioca plant looks like (yes, it comes from a plant … not from a jar with the Gerber Baby on it).

If you are really into hiking, you might consider doing two of these tours … either the Hana Waterfall Hike or the East Maui Waterfall Hike on one day paired with the Haleakala Crater Hike on another.  If you want to do a quick one, check out the Short Waterfall Walk.

A word about gratuities … it is traditional for guides in such a service industry to rely on gratuities for a significant portion of their income. This time-honored tradition promotes excellence in service and you might want to bring along cash in case you want to express your appreciation to your guide in this way. Please note that for larger parties of 7-10 people this tour operator asks us to include a $200 gratuity for guides in our billing for your tour.