Lulumahu, a popular waterfall hike in the Pali region, is near the Kaniakapupu Ruins, better known as King Kamehameha III’s summer home.
If I hadn’t been with a group that was familiar with the trail, I would have completely passed by the ruins, and I don’t think I would have found the waterfall. Do your research before you head out, and follow the ribbons!
This was my first time hiking in the Pali region, and I LOVED it! It’s pretty easy to imagine yourself in a different world as you walk through the dense bamboo forest, and follow the winding trail along the the streams.
Lulumahu Falls is an impressive 50+ feet tall, and I wish I had brought a different lens to capture it!
It felt good to enjoy the quiet rainforest, and jump in the water to cool down.
This is definitely a hike I’ll be taking again.
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