Maui Sights

Oheo Gulch

  • Piilani Hwy. Map It
  • Hana
  • Body Of Water/Waterfall
  • Fodor's Choice

Published 01/10/2017

Fodor's Review

One branch of Haleakala National Park runs down the mountain from the crater and reaches the sea here, 10 miles past Hana at mile marker 42 on the Hana Highway, where a basalt-lined stream cascades from one pool to the next. Some tour guides still incorrectly call this area Seven Sacred Pools, but in truth there are more than seven, and they've never been considered sacred. You can park here and walk to the lowest pools for a cool swim. The place gets crowded, though, because most people who drive the Hana Highway make this their last stop. It's best to get here early to soak up the solace of these waterfalls. If you enjoy hiking, go up the stream on the 2-mile hike to Waimoku Falls. The trail crosses a spectacular gorge, then turns into a boardwalk that takes you through an amazing bamboo forest. You can pitch a tent in the grassy campground down by the sea. The $10 parking fee is good for three days and includes entry to Haleakalā Volcano.

  • Oheo Gulch, East Maui, Maui, Hawaii, USA

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Piilani Hwy., 10 miles south of Hana, Hana, Hawaii, 96713, USA

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Published 01/10/2017

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