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...
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.
Gorgeous and will take you back to how Hawaii must have looked like before development. Be sure to pack mosquito repellent.
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…
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“Beach gear, surf board hire, stand up paddle boards, diving gear and an ongoing array of sale items. Lost your t-shirt at the beach? No problem. Just pop in here and pick up a bargain. All surf brands. Hats. Sunscreen. Beach gear galore!”
“I haven't seen any sharks here but the tide pools and having a close up look at the sand crabs, and little fish is fun for the little ones. Snorkeling anyone?”
“Actually not my favorite, but lots of people love it. It is very close to the cottage, offers fresh baked goods, breakfast sandwiches, plate lunches, salads and more. The layout is awful, you have to wait in line to order while people have to squeeze by you to get into the shop to get their drinks and other items before squeezing back past you to get to the back of the line. Still it is like a right of passage on the North Shore and their malsadas are delicious.”
“All of the food here is great... but the prime rib after 5PM is incredible! Parking can be a challenge though. 45 minute drive to the North Shore from Ko Olina”