Thursday, October 8, 2015

Wall of Tears - Waihee Valley - Maui

The Wall of Tears is one of Maui's lesser-known waterfalls. In fact, as many as 17 waterfalls are cascading down a cliff, hence the name Wall of Tears. Not many people get to see these amazing waterfalls. They are hidden deep in the West Maui Mountains near the summit of Pu'u Kukui and are best seen from a helicopter. According to an ancient legend, the gods poked their fingers into the sides of these cliffs to create the illusion of “crying.”

Visitors need to book helicopter to get the magnificent view of waterfalls flowing down the cliff and the green velvet blanket of nature.
It will take around one hour to discover the beautiful scene of the amazing waterfall.  Some people say that gods punched their fingers all over the surface of the cliffs to get a picture of expressing grief. It is however not so easy to get the entire view as the falls are hidden. Visitors need to get closer to get the best view of the falls. At the first sight, most of them do not believe their eyes as this place is spectacular and produces senses of purity, liberty, motivation and tranquility. You can take along the sweetest memory with you from this place that even distributes the positive energy all around.