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The sacred Waimea Valley, in Haleiwa, HI, is at the center of ancient Hawaiian history. This 1,875-acre park holds many historic archaeological sites, a world-class botanical garden, and a 45-foot waterfall—all while serving as a wildlife refuge for many of Hawaii’s endangered animals...
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Waimea Valley, the valley of the kings. So much Hawaiian culture, a nice place and garden, and a waterfall and pond to swim in.
Waimea Valley hosts a well kept garden that also has a nice waterfall! Make a trip out of it and visit Waimea beach which is great for swimming in the summer.
Easy and beautiful hike in the Waimea valley leading up to a waterfall ! Pretty safe to swim in the Waterfall pool as there is a lifeguard station that offers free life jackets. Very refreshing sitting by the rock with the waterfall is practically only 20 feet from you. Very close to Waimea Bay if…
This is a beautiful, easy hike to a waterfall with cultural sites and various botanical gardens to explore. It also has a great gift shop and there is a 'Farmer's Market' on Thursdays 2-5 or 3-6 depending on the time of year. The Farmer's Market has a few local farmers selling produce, several…
Gorgeous and will take you back to how Hawaii must have looked like before development. Be sure to pack mosquito repellent.
If you have time you should stop by this gem. Go swimming at Waimea falls, enjoy the gardens w/native Hawaiian plants & flowers or try their Toa luau out.
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