The Hawaiian Islands are full of magnificent wonders, many of which are totally overrun with tourists. However, thanks to social media, we've just uncovered on of the world's best, hidden away in the jungle.
Buried deep in Waipio Valley on the Big Island of Hawaii is an epic 10-metre waterslide that will haunt your dreams.
You won't be able to find it on a map because it's on government property and is technically restricted to the public. But if you're a rebel at heart, the slide can only be accessed via the White Road Hike after bypassing a handful of 'No Trespassing' signs.
The treacherous two-hour trail will take you accross bridges and pipes, through 800-metres of dark tunnels and across some epic cliff-side paths, but the payoff is SO worth it.
The (extremely steep) waterslide is actually part of a complex stone irrigation system and to reach the top you have to climb up the slide using a slimy old rope.
State officials have have called this slide a "reckless type of experience" and they are trying to discourage tourists from finding the trail, according to Hawaii News Now.
...But if you wan't to check it out, here's a video showing the whole process:
Don't forget your floaties, fam!
This article originally appeared on 7 Travel.