has a short list of things we HAVE to do while here in #Oahu
, and one of them is to swim underneath a #waterfall
. We #hiked
through the #rainforest
, and this time our 2-year old was the determined one. She did most of the #hike
without assistance, save for some large slippery rocks towards the end. The trail got very muddy, and when it wasn’t muddy it was slippery due to the tropical rainforest climate. Wear the right shoes and be prepared to hose yourself off afterwards.
For this hike, the journey was better than the destination. Lush greenery and tropical birds throughout definitely let us know we weren’t in #Lompoc
anymore. The waterfall at the end was crowded, and you can’t swim anywhere near it due to contaminated water (though some people ignored the signs). We would suggest getting onto this trail as soon as you can in the morning to avoid the crowds, or towards the end of the day when most folks have headed back into town. Aloha! 🤙