Twin Falls Maui
Twin Falls Maui
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8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Tuesday
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Wednesday
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Thursday
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Saturday
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sunday
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
About
Take a hike up to Twin Falls on the island of Maui as you immerse yourself in Hawaiian nature along the way. Be sure to bring your swimming gear, so you can take a dip in the cool natural pools when you arrive. The area is owned and operated by the local Wailele Farm, who have done a great job of preserving surrounding areas and rainforests. You can also get a refreshing pineapple juice or homemade cake at the Twin Falls Farm Stand near the entrance. The farm also conducts tours for a behind-the-scenes look of the farm and falls. – Tripadvisor
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  • Tulla H
    12 contributions
    Family friendly and beautiful!
    Beautiful! Moderate to easy hike to it. But sturdy shoes that can get soaked are a must. There are at least two areas you have to walk through ankle high water to get to falls. Lots of families and highly recommend!
    Visited March 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 22 March 2023
  • Sarah E
    6 contributions
    Great way to start the Road to Hana
    The falls were a nice start to our road to Hana day. Be prepared for wet shoes. Definitely wear water shoes if you have the. The walk to the falls were nice and full of flowers and greenery. The $10 dollar cost didn’t bother us due to the other expenses along the road to Hana.
    Visited May 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 13 May 2023
  • Kylee B
    62 contributions
    Swimming
    Cool waterfall and you're able to swim in it. There's a short little hike to two more waterfalls as well. You pay for parking so you'll have to decide if that's worth it. Lots of waterfalls along the road to Hana!
    Visited May 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 23 May 2023
  • Alyson D
    15 contributions
    Loved this stop!
    Highly recommended! Awesome first stop on the Road to Hana. 3 waterfalls. Easy hikes, all gravel. Some water to walk through. Very fun for all ages to enjoy the final pool plunge! $10 parking fee, no biggie! Well maintained trail and worth it!
    Visited June 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 3 June 2023
  • Taylor Morris
    Boise, Idaho81 contributions
    Show up early
    This is a really fun area to explore! My only regret was that we went early to try and beat the rush on the Road to Hana, and were one of the first people there around 7:30 am. It's gorgeous but it was a little cold for wanting to swim. My husband jumped into the last waterfall, but it was a little too cold for me at that time of day. There is one waterfall that you can see after a 5ish min walk from the parking lot, and then the one my husband swam in is a hike in. I think there was a sign that said expert? It's not that hard or long, maybe 30 minute walk and then there are some stones you have to walk on to cross water 2 times. Really good option to stop at if you're doing the Road to Hana or if you're wanting to go swimming in a waterfall!
    Visited February 2023
    Written 23 June 2023
  • UwannaKnow
    19 contributions
    Quick Stop for Waterfalls
    I am so glad we took someone's advice to stop here. They told us to be here early as once the car lot fills up it becomes difficult to obtain a spot. There are only 55 parking spots. Opens at 7am. We were there at 7am on a Saturday and were car #8. We were there for 2 hours and when we left the lot was full. Banana bread doesn't arrive until 9 or later fyi. Do wear water hiking shoes (no flip flops as some areas are very slippery). Water is cold but nice. Not crowded and great picture taking opportunities if you are among early arrivals. Do know there are some areas where you will have to carefully hike. First waterfall is about 5-10 min from entrance. Second Falls is about 20 min further.
    Visited June 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 5 July 2023
  • Jason T
    15 contributions
    Patience will get you there
    VERY IMPORTANT! The trail is on private land, pay $10 to park, 50 slots and they fill up quickly. If the lot is full, you can wait in your car off the side of the road, but you CANNOT park off the road, do drop off or walk up and in! This is to prevent people from parking on other private land nearby. Turnover is high, just wait in your car until someone leaves. Portapotties at twin falls. I recommend you stop at Jaws about 2-3 miles prior to twin falls. Indoor toilets and decent food and snacks available. It is a great place to visit. There are 3 waterfalls, each have pools you can swim in. First one, lower falls, is less than 1/4 mile from parking. Second is 1/3 mile up the trail and almost identical to the first. Twin falls is the third and last waterfall and almost 1 mile from the entrance. The first 2 have rocks for jumping in. You can’t jump off of hidden falls but it is so worth the hike. It is beautiful. For twin falls, I recommend Keene’s, slides, or shoes you don’t mind getting wet. There are streams to cross to get there with 3-4” of water. I had a blast jumping off the rocks and swimming under the waterfall.
    Visited August 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 2 August 2023
  • Jennifer B
    5 contributions
    Exceptional spot!
    We followed the Twin Falls Maui website. We had an absolutely amazing time. The first set of falls is a very easy walk and an absolutely stunning view. We are a family of five with three boys and all three absolutely loved it. The onsite food truck has delicious smoothies and banana bread. This is a great place to visit while on Maui.
    Visited November 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 17 November 2023
  • C W
    St. John's, Canada599 contributions
    Nice hike, underwhelming water falls
    To start, limited parking and not well organized. $10 per car. Be prepared for muddy roads. The upper trail has loose rocks in places. It says experienced hikers only but as long as you are reasonably fit and without mobility issues you will be ok. Hiking or running shoes recommended and water shoes or sandals for places where you have to cross streams (there are rocks you can use to cross). At the end is the water falls. It was only a trickle when we went. If there had been more rain in the days prior it probably would be more spectacular (it was a dribble). But if there had been more rain the road would have been muddier and the walk would have been more difficult. As the t was it was a good walk amongst the green foliage on both side of the trail listening to birds. Oh yes there were some biting insects too.
    Visited November 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 20 November 2023
  • GrandTour16326014225
    3 contributions
    Nice and may revisit when waters are clear
    Nice little farm stand with homemade pineapple banana popsicles on a sugarcane stick. The falls were nice but murky when we went as they just experienced lots of rainfall which drives the earth into the falls and takes about a week or so to clear up. Since it wasn’t very clear we chose not to swim in it but others did and still seemed to enjoy it! We found out you can always call ahead to ask the conditions before going. But as a visitor sometimes time just doesn’t allow for that. Spent less than an hour here, with the two short trail walks. Parking was $10. May stop by again when we go on the full road to Hana if the waters are more clear.
    Visited January 2024
    Travelled with family
    Written 15 January 2024
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Jim
4 contributions
Feb 2024 • Couples
Beautiful, easy little hike. Lots of people on the trail, including kids and some elderly folk (but no dogs). Parking was starting to fill up pretty quick when we showed up a little before 10 AM on a Thursday. Prepare to get your feet wet. I wore flip flops.
Written 8 February 2024
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GrandTour16326014225
3 contributions
Jan 2024 • Family
Nice little farm stand with homemade pineapple banana popsicles on a sugarcane stick. The falls were nice but murky when we went as they just experienced lots of rainfall which drives the earth into the falls and takes about a week or so to clear up. Since it wasn’t very clear we chose not to swim in it but others did and still seemed to enjoy it!

We found out you can always call ahead to ask the conditions before going. But as a visitor sometimes time just doesn’t allow for that. Spent less than an hour here, with the two short trail walks. Parking was $10. May stop by again when we go on the full road to Hana if the waters are more clear.
Written 16 January 2024
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Matt Mills
London, Canada338 contributions
Jan 2024 • Family
If you’re doing the Road to Hana, this is a GREAT start to the day!!

There’s a super easy hike to see a waterfall, but if you’re more into just parking, getting out and swimming right away, the first waterfall is a BLAST!!

We were the adventurous types that scaled the rocks and did some cliff jumping! Kids loved it - and it made for some fun pictures and videos as well as lasting memories!

It’s easy enough to get to - even if you’re in Kihei on the other side of the island - about a 45-50 minute easy drive.

$10 for parking, but worth every penny and more!

We loved the second hike to the taller waterfall too - some beautiful vegetation along the way 😁
Written 7 January 2024
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Jesse R
1 contribution
Jan 2024 • Family
I use Tripadvisor all the time, but this is my first review (that I can remember). I don’t understand the negative reviews for this place. My family had a fantastic experience here. We had an amazing time on our Road to Hana adventure BUT we just made Twin Falls as part of a separate, smaller visit to the area. That way, we didn’t feel rushed. We arrived at 2:45 on a Thursday and there was plenty of parking. By the time we made it to the upper falls we had the place entirely to ourselves for about 30 minutes. I took some amazing pics of my kids under the waterfall and in the cave with NOBODY else around. The grounds of Twin Falls are beautifully maintained (and very picturesque) but you will need water shoes for the two stream crossings on your way to the upper falls. Oh, and if you want to know if all the trails are open that day, just text them or check their Facebook/Instagram pages. Are there better waterfalls on The Road to Hana? Sure, but good luck finding any parking spaces at those. The 10 dollars I spent at Twin Falls was worth the pictures alone.
Written 6 January 2024
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Sarah-Ryan1
Las Vegas, NV155 contributions
Dec 2023 • Couples
We were not planning to stop here as we heard the waterfalls farther along the Road to Hana are much more spectacular. Unfortunately, I couldn't tolerate the Road due to carsickness...so we decided to turn around and see Twin Falls. Yes, it costs $10 to park and it is kind of disorganized, so best to arrive earlier if you stop. The hikes to the falls are easy, but I would not recommend flip-flops but rather decent hiking sandals or shoes. You'll get a little muddy if raining (no biggie for us, just be prepared). We decided against going to the upper falls as it wasn't the nicest weather and we forgot bug spray (you'll appreciate the latter). The lower falls is...nice. But not earth-shattering and it was crowded. Port-a-potties are pretty gross (as many are), sorry no "donation" from me as the $10 parking seemed like plenty. Anyway, if you get carsick and can't drive the Road to Hana and want to see a waterfall...this will suffice. Otherwise, I'd say you can skip it and drive along!
Written 1 January 2024
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Lisbeth J
Basalt, CO43 contributions
Nov 2023 • Couples
Awful people! They did not let is in because we came on an Uber. They were rude and downright disgustingly offensive. Even if given the opportunity to go back, I will not patronize them.
Written 26 November 2023
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C W
St. John's, Canada599 contributions
Nov 2023 • Couples
To start, limited parking and not well organized. $10 per car. Be prepared for muddy roads. The upper trail has loose rocks in places. It says experienced hikers only but as long as you are reasonably fit and without mobility issues you will be ok. Hiking or running shoes recommended and water shoes or sandals for places where you have to cross streams (there are rocks you can use to cross). At the end is the water falls. It was only a trickle when we went. If there had been more rain in the days prior it probably would be more spectacular (it was a dribble). But if there had been more rain the road would have been muddier and the walk would have been more difficult. As the t was it was a good walk amongst the green foliage on both side of the trail listening to birds. Oh yes there were some biting insects too.
Written 20 November 2023
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Jennifer B
5 contributions
Nov 2023 • Family
We followed the Twin Falls Maui website. We had an absolutely amazing time. The first set of falls is a very easy walk and an absolutely stunning view. We are a family of five with three boys and all three absolutely loved it. The onsite food truck has delicious smoothies and banana bread. This is a great place to visit while on Maui.
Written 17 November 2023
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M D
New York9 contributions
Aug 2023 • Couples
We attempted to visit Twin Falls but due to their terrible parking organization we ended up leaving without actually visiting the falls. When we arrived there they told us parking was full but there was no organization to cars to wait for the next available spot. Basically if you happen to drive up at the right second you might be let in to park. Otherwise they would tell you to keep driving. We literally saw a car admitted in the parking lot 10 seconds after we were told there were no spots available. So be aware as you may end up driving up there for nothing. Those folks responsible for parking at Twin Falls should learn a thing or two about customer service.
Written 6 August 2023
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Jason T
15 contributions
Aug 2023 • Family
VERY IMPORTANT! The trail is on private land, pay $10 to park, 50 slots and they fill up quickly. If the lot is full, you can wait in your car off the side of the road, but you CANNOT park off the road, do drop off or walk up and in! This is to prevent people from parking on other private land nearby. Turnover is high, just wait in your car until someone leaves.

Portapotties at twin falls. I recommend you stop at Jaws about 2-3 miles prior to twin falls. Indoor toilets and decent food and snacks available.

It is a great place to visit. There are 3 waterfalls, each have pools you can swim in. First one, lower falls, is less than 1/4 mile from parking. Second is 1/3 mile up the trail and almost identical to the first. Twin falls is the third and last waterfall and almost 1 mile from the entrance. The first 2 have rocks for jumping in. You can’t jump off of hidden falls but it is so worth the hike. It is beautiful. For twin falls, I recommend Keene’s, slides, or shoes you don’t mind getting wet. There are streams to cross to get there with 3-4” of water. I had a blast jumping off the rocks and swimming under the waterfall.
Written 2 August 2023
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.

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