Most People Will Never See This Wondrous Waterfall Hiding In Hawaii

When one thinks about Hawaii, there are a few things that undoubtedly come to mind: gorgeous white sand beaches, crystalline turquoise waters, lush jungles, and some of the world’s most magnificent waterfalls. Many of these waterfalls are visible from the road, or accessible via hiking, but there’s one waterfall hiding in the heart of a Hawaiian valley that’s so remote most people will never experience its up close.

The fifth largest Hawaiian Island, Molokai, is easily one of the most wild and beautiful places in all of Hawaii, and maybe even the world. It is on this beautiful island paradise where you will find the world’s largest sea cliffs, the Kalaupapa Leper Colony, and, perhaps our favorite, the striking 250-foot Moaula Falls.

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If you want to experience Moaula Falls for yourself, consider booking a tour here.

On the opposite end of the spectrum, you’ll want to check out these 9 waterfalls hiding in plain sight.