It is open all day, but it is recommended to return from the waterfall before 17:00. (Local time)
Manoa Falls is a standout amongst the most available and compensating climbs that can be found in Honolulu. Only a short ride north from Waikiki into the beautiful Manoa Valley, there is parking accessible for a little charge, yet other than that, you will end up in an especially lavish and remote wilderness territory. Crawling vines and energetically shaded Hawaiian vegetation, including scrumptious cherry guavas, can be seen from this simple to oversee trail. Things can get somewhat chaotic after substantial downpours, yet a couple of better than average shoes should forestall much slipping. The trail continues through the wilderness along a stream for somewhat less than a mile, and after that it closes at the excellent falls. Water falls more than fifty feet into a reasonable pool that you are invited to hop in to chill. On the off chance that you are intrigued, consider backtracking to exactly where the falls is perceptible from the trail, and you will discover the trail proceeds up the mountain further. Traveling along these lines will take you to the Pa'oa Flats, giving a stunning perspective however it is significantly more strenuous regarding climbing. Manoa falls is effortlessly the most broadly visited trail/cascade combo in Hawaii, and ought not be missed while in Oahu.