You can hike up to the top of the falls, see the banyan tree or simply take pictures at the view point. Don't try to take selfies when at the cliffs edge.
The water falls and the sound was just so awesome. Trees look like a post card. The entire setting looks like a National Geographic magazine add the sound to it and actually being there, tough to beat. Could spend the entire day there. Free parking, not to be missed.
This is another part of the famous Wailuku River.....also very beautiful....with waterfalls and small pools of water.....great restrooms that are clean.....lush tropical location
Easy access by bus or car and walking distance for the physically fit from down town Hilo. There is a trail to the top of the falls with clearly marked signs not to climb on the rock walls or too close to the slippery edge of the falls. It is fortunate that his site is only about a miles from... 更多
Just up the road from Rainbow Falls are the Boiling Pots and some other falls. A large parking area (not shaded), some restrooms and a fenced in viewing area with lots of signage about the dangers of going past the fencing. Pretty, pleasant nowhere as inspiring or breathtaking as Rainbow Falls (perhaps why there are 36 reviews here and 1,500... 更多
This is my favorite spot. The setting changes with every passing day. When " Hilo rains" bucket down and inundate every square inch of the town, it's the time to visit every scenic point along Wailuku River. This is by far the most dramatic and accessible scenic point along the Wailuku. Many legends were born here and continue to inspire... 更多
This was only a 15-minute stop for us, so it did not allow time to take the path up to view the top of the falls. There are several vantage points from which to take photos. There are some huge trees at the parking lot which I found were mangos. It is peaceful, as others have said, and there are... 更多