Rainforest, Waterfall & Movie Sites Hike
Explore Famous Movie Sites
Get out of Waikiki and trek deep into the dripping jungles of Manoa Valley. Explore famous movie sites and experience the jurassic jungles and biodiversity of O’ahu on this 2-mile hike. We’ll provide bug spray and bottled water, just come with your hiking shoes and be prepared an excursion of moderate intensity.
Experience a tropical rainforest and waterfall.
On location of famous movie sites.
Our tour begins with a complimentary pickup from wherever you are staying in Waikiki. From there, your driver will take you into the valley, providing you with bug spray and bottled water for your 2-mile excursion into the dripping, jurassic, jungles of Manoa.
Hike for roughly 45 minutes and you will come to a 150-ft. waterfall, where you may want to take photos and enjoy the view for a moment before making the trek back.
Complimentary pickup from Waikiki. Drive into Manoa Valley. Trek through tropical rainforest. End at Manoa falls. 150-ft. Take photos. Head back to Waikiki.
Manoa Valley is one of the most beautiful and lush valleys on the island of Oahu. It’s home to verdant rainforests, babbling brooks, and some of the most stunning hiking trails in all of Hawaii. If you’re looking for an adventure away from the hustle and bustle of Waikiki Beach, Manoa Valley is the perfect place to explore. Soak in the natural beauty of this unique destination and get ready to trek into the jungle!
If you’re looking for a breathtaking waterfall hidden away in the jungle, look no further than Manoa Falls in Oahu. This popular spot is located in Manoa Valley and is accessible via a short and easy hike. Once you reach the falls, you’ll be rewarded with stunning views of the cascading 150-foot waterfall. Be sure to bring your camera to capture the natural beauty of this place!
Manoa Valley has been the backdrop for numerous Hollywood movies over the years, most notably Jurassic Park and 50 First Dates. Trek into the jungle and you might just feel like you’re in another world. This lush valley is home to a rainforest that gets an average of 120 inches of rain per year. The dense vegetation and tropical climate make it the perfect place to film movies set in jungles or other exotic locations. In addition to Jurassic Park and 50 First Dates, Manoa Valley has also been featured in episodes of Lost, Hawaii Five-0, and Magnum P.I.