One of the tallest viewable falls on the highway and often has an impressive amount of flow.
Upper Puohokamoa Falls is a small waterfall that is about 30 feet (9 m) high.
The water isn’t deep enough to cliff jump in because there are rock hazards. . If you have the time, I'd suggest driving to around the 10 mile marker of the Hana Highway and stop at the Garden of Eden.
Upper Puohokamoa Falls, for example, was my previous favorite falls to jump from, but now large fences keep anyone from even getting a peek.
Several domesticated animals live inside the garden including peafowl, chickens, ducks, geese, and even some horses. . 9.
This small waterfall is located approximately a half mile past the 11 mile. .
Twins Falls is located at Mile Marker 2 on the Hana Highway. .
The falls plunge 270 feet down several cascading tiers, with an upper and lower falls. .
Two days later, we passed by it as we sought out waterfalls we didn’t get to stop for the first time around.
. For those that do venture down, the Three Bears are great to swim in, with beautiful, crystal-clear water. .
The journey along Hana Highway starts as you depart Paia town (see previous blogs) which is the last city before the adventures begin. We drove past the Garden of Eden Arboretum, not caring to pay $15 to see the falls from above, and started looking for the falls from the road.
This fall is typically much harder to get to so most people skip it; Ching’s Pond & Falls, 0.
You can also catch a good look at Upper Puohokamoa Falls from within the garden.