During the past year, I've seen an explosion of images on social media to this once highly kept, secret canyon. Not long ago, much of this waterfall was consistently dry due to the stream being diverted for use on the sugar cane fields. Since, sugar cane is no longer harvested on Maui, the stream is now allowed to naturally flow. This flow produces one of the more memorable waterfall scenes on the island. However, the dangerous hike to its base is not for everyone.
This image from February 2015 has become my best selling print to date and shown in various publications.
While the beach’s here on Maui are beyond breathtaking and I could literally live on them all day, these little babes were definitely getting a little beach crazy (if that’s even possible) so it was time for a little change of scenery. SIDE NOTE : Jett hiked this entire trail ( practically barefoot as this child hates shoes) minus this short 10 minute break being carried. I can’t even believe how great they both did. I’ve learned along the way i need to push my children outside their comfort zone and keep trying new things , which is a big reason why we travel so much. #email@example.com