Waimea Valley
Waimea Valley

Waimea Valley

Top 3% of attractions in Hawaii
8 / 10

7 expert reviews

“Not to be confused with adjacent Waimea Park, this is a 10-acre green space in the center of town with picnic tables and free wi-fi.”

– Lonely Planet

"Waimea may get lots of press for the giant winter waves in the bay, but the valley itself is a newsmaker and an ecological treasure in its own right." Full review
Be sure to bring mosquito repellent, too; it can get buggy.
Travel + Leisure
"A profoundly fecund wonderland—with peacocks, giant lilies from the Amazon, and endangered Kokia cookei flowers—run by the National Audubon Society." Full review
"The 1,875-acre Waimea Valleyhas lured visitors with activities from cliff diving and hula performances to kayaking and ATV tours." Full review
Condé Nast Traveler
Editor's Pick
"Local "kapuna" (Hawaiian elders) offer tours for those interested in Native plant species and the rich history of the valley." Full review
"Waimea Valley is an 1,875 acre privately-owned property run by a nonprofit organization" Full review

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