The photo depicts the waterfall of Honokohau of Maui Island in Hawai, USA. It falls from 2 steep hills and is said to be the highest fall on Maui as it supposedly falls in two ranges for a whole of 1119ft.
A helicopter service is available for the tourists on the spot to experience the scenic beauty. It is the second steepest fall in the US within the western islands of Hawai. It is in Mountain ranges of Maui. All the water from the mountains gathers together to make this fall from a place. Due to excessive rainfall the valley is total during most of the year. Maui Island also has a tall bamboo jungle and right next to lies the Kona coast, that is part of Honokohau National Park Reservation. The coast has white sand, and the coast beauty enhances due to blue waters of the sea.
There are six principal Hawaiian islands – Oahu, Kauai, Maui, the Big Island of Hawaii, Molokai and Lanai. Most of them are diverse and symbolize the elegance of Hawaii in an unprecedented and memorable way. Hawaii has it all – from tropic sky-blue inlets, magnificent falls, green rainforests, sea bluffs and peaceful peaks, to active volcanoes and even snow. Even the shores are never the same and come in all kinds of patterns and hues. Depending on whichever island you are on, you’ll find beaches with white, black, red or green sand and everything from the soft powdery seashore to pumice rock seashores.
Here we can experience Parasailing, Shopping, Hiking, and much more. Tour a conventional Hawaiian luau entertainment, see well-known Pearl Harbor, traverse the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, bike down Mt. Haleakala – the largest inoperative volcano in the world – or kayak along the Grand Na Pali Coast. Hawaii has an experience in store for everyone.