Big Island Waterfall

Pe'e Pe'e Falls

Pe'e Pe'e Falls (pronounced Peh-eh Peh-eh Falls) is fed by the Wailuku River which also feeds Rainbow Falls further down river.

Getting an up-close view of Pe'e Pe'e requires a short hike down a hill and some rock skipping. The flow is determined by rainfall. The multi-spouted falls fills up a small pool at the base. Beware of mosquitoes.  

Take the right fork after Mile Marker 1 on Waianuenue Avenue in downtown Hilo and follow the signs to Rainbow Falls. Continue past Rainbow Falls for approximately one mile to Peepee Falls. There are restrooms at the park.

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