‘Ohe’o Gulch, Kipahulu, Maui


We think this is Wailua Falls. We learned that "wai" means water in Hawaiian, therefore nearly every waterfall's name begins with "wai".
This is a view of the ocean at the base of Ohe’o Gulch.


Here you can see the brown water from the gulch starting to mix with the ocean water.
Ohe’o Gulch, otherwise known at the Seven Sacred Pools.

This might be the Waimoku Falls.... whatever it's called it's stunning!

Just before the highway dead-ends (due to mud slides and avalanches that closed the road 15 years ago), there is a turn off to the Palapala Ho'omau Church, where Charles Lindbergh is buried.
The limestone coral church was built in 1857.
The cemetery is on a cliff above the ocean, not a bad place to rest in peace.
Lindbergh's grave is under the shade of a Java plum tree.
A truly serene and peaceful place.
Views from Kipahulu Point Park, next to the church.
More views from Kipahulu Point.
Black rock outcroppings at Kipahulu Point.