Nature is an amazing creator. This nature has gifted the world with amazing creations beyond our human eyes. Among them, ‘Upside Down Falls’, which can amaze our eyes, is a unique one.
Where is the upside-down waterfall?
Upside Down Falls is in Hawaii. Hawaii is home to some of the most spectacular mountain ranges in the world. Some of these mountain ranges in Hawaii are easily accessible to tourists. But most of them are hidden in mountain ranges, islands and various rainforests. Waipuhiyah Falls, also known as Upside Down Falls, is located in the Konahuanui mountain range in Hawaii.
You will be able to see this amazing upside-down waterfall while driving toward Kailua on Oahu’s Pali Highway. This Upside Down Falls is visible on the right-hand side of the road when traveling east on this highway, that is towards Kailua.
Nature of Upside Down Falls
This upside-down waterfall is not like the waterfalls you have seen before. Because the water of this upside-down waterfall flows from the ground towards the sky. It is said that the water of this waterfall never touches the ground due to the strong wind blowing from Mount Konahuanui. This looks like really powerful magic. But it is reported that the reason for this is the strong wind blowing very strongly.
It is a unique fact that you can see this great miracle that defies gravity only during the wet season, or after heavy rains and strong winds.
Something to know:-
In addition to this Waipuhiyah Waterfall in Hawaii, other upside-down waterfalls have been observed around the world.
United Kingdom :
This upside-down waterfall has been observed in various highland areas of the UK during autumn and winter, when there are usually strong winds. But the Kinder Dowfall in the UK’s peak district, Kinder Scout, exhibits this phenomenon regularly.
Due to strong winds of up to 70 km/h, such upside-down waterfalls are seen in various places in Sydney, Central Coast, Mid North Coast, Hunter, Illawarra regions and Royal National Park in Australia.
Furepe Falls in Shiretoko National Park, located along the Sea of Okhotsk, Japan, has also exhibited an upside-down waterfall in strong winds.
• Waterfall at Naneghat on Malshej Ghat Road near Mumbai
• Several waterfalls in Samrad village of Sandan Valley
• Several waterfalls in Amboli hills near Belgaum
As shown above, various waterfalls located in different parts of India display upside-down waterfalls due to the strong winds that blow during monsoons.
The Cachoeira da Fumaca waterfall in the Chapada Diamantina National Park has also exhibited this phenomenon during periods of strong winds.
Talka’s waterfall has also shown this phenomenon during strong winds.
There is no lookout platform for you to see this waterfall. Except for a few, most of the tourists who come here are used to observing this waterfall from a distance. It ensures the safety of tourists. On the right-hand side of the cliff, while going towards Kailua from the Pali highway, you can also see this beautiful and amazing waterfall.
If you like, you can go to this waterfall. But it is very dangerous. Because the journey begins with a slippery slope. You have to go through such dangerous places in the middle of various obstacles, in the face of strong winds.
To ensure the safety of travelers, the route is marked with colored ribbons and chalk. But be very careful. This trip can be very dangerous for your child or pet traveling with you.
Here is a great opportunity for tourists who want to see this amazing upside-down waterfall. Let’s visit Waipuhiya Waterfall, one of the most unique of the various upside-down waterfalls that have been exhibited in the world. Don’t forget to take your towel before leaving. A dangerous journey. Travel with caution.