Haloku Sea Cliffs and Waterfalls, Moloka’i, Hawai’i

Haloku are often called the World’s tallest sea cliffs. They rise 3,250 feet, a full kilometer. I ran 78 commercial trips down Koolau Moloka’i in the 1980’s but since it was summer (the only time safe to kayak) we never saw Haloku pumping. On my Hurricane John honeymoon trip in August 1995 we did see […]

Kahiwa Falls

Kahiwa Falls, Hawai’i’s tallest consistent waterfall during the Hurricane John trip. Amporn is wearing a shirt for wind protection. Excuse the quality – this shot is from a 1995 slide. 2 Comments*Enter your name*2 characters minimum.Do not change these fields following 4 + 9 =

Papalaua Falls

I am extremely familiar with Papalaua Falls. I used to run kayak trips down Koolau, Moloka’i and will again someday. I also made two documentaries including the falls. “Moloka’i’s Forgotten Frontier” won a 1985 Emmy Award and the US Outdoor Writers Council “Teddy” for Best Environmental Education production of the year. “Moloka’i’i, Child of the […]

Hipuapua Falls

Hipuapua Falls is the other of two major waterfalls at the head of Halawa Valley. This gorgeous 500ft waterfall is harder to hike to (I was told by the guide that they don’t…

Other Molokai Waterfalls

There are numerous other Molokai Waterfalls residing on the steep sea cliffs on the north shore of the island. Most of them have very temporary or seasonal flows…

Moaula Falls

Moaula Falls (or Moa’ula Falls) is one of two major waterfalls nestled in the back of the legendary Halawa Valley on the eastern end of Moloka’i. It has been well documented…

Papalaua Falls

Papalaua Falls is an impressive 1300ft waterfall on the rugged northern cliffs of Molokai. Most people see this waterfall from the air as part of the West Maui/Molokai helicopter tour…