The Pool of Death is exactly what it sounds like for inexperienced swimmers. Part of the beautiful Kipu Falls along the Huleia Stream - this swimming hole can quickly turn deadly. Fluctuating tides and seasonal changes make this swimming hole rise, drop and change at a moments notice. Use extreme caution if cliff diving at this amazing spot.
There are many cliff diving spots, rope swings and perfect swimming areas along the Huleia Stream. The actual Pool of Death swimming hole is located south of the water falls, follow the water until chills go through your spine!
Kīpū Falls is a waterfall in East Kauaʻi, Hawaii.
Kīpū Falls has a dangerous reputation due to drowning deaths of five people in a five-year span, as well as numerous other injuries. Due to the drowning deaths, Grove Farms Company, which owns the land where the falls are located, decided to block off the access route. From a legal perspective, visitors were trespassing, as the falls were not actually open to the public. Injuries became more prevalent after guide books began publicizing the falls.
Kīpū Falls is also widely known for being the filming location of the introduction scene of Raiders of the Lost Ark.Provided By: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kipu_Falls