Akaka Falls is a waterfall that measures 135 meters, and to get to it you have to walk a little more than half a kilometer. There is little parking, and you have to pay to park, but once you get there and find parking space, the walkway is worth the trouble. One can see lots of bamboo, banana trees, and exotic flowers. One can also see many lizards and enormous bugs.
This small stall is remote and surrounded by nothing but forest and park. When you leave the National Park Akaka this stall is on the right. The family that has been there for many years are the ones who grow the pineapples, sugar cane and coconut. The fruits are cut when purchased and can be eaten there, under the thatched roof. Everything is delicious!