Waimea Falls

4.534 Votes
  • Address: 59-864 Kamehameha Hwy, Haleiwa, HI 96712, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-8086387766
  • Tags: Forest, Family And Kids, Valley, Nature

Waimea Valley is a beautiful area of historical importance. To reach the waterfall, you have to walk quite a bit, hence it is recommended that you wear proper footwear. For people who do not wish to walk, there is a shuttle available. The scenery is breathtaking here, and the lush green forest is a joy to behold. A variety of flowers blossom in abundance here, and the waterfall is a magnificent sight. Furthermore, there are a number of historical structures here, constructed during the era of the Hawaiian monarch.

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  • Buses 55 and 88A to stop at Kamehameha Hwy + Waimea Valley Rd station. 

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  • Waimea Falls Address: 59-864 Kamehameha Hwy, Haleiwa, HI 96712, USA, United States
  • Waimea Falls Contact Number: +1-8086387766
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Waimea Falls Reviews & Ratings

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  • A must see if visiting the island or looking for a nice relaxing way to bring a bathing suit. Excellent for singles, families, large groups, etc. Parking is free but limited. Access to the path is free. A cart ride is available for a fee. There is a gift shop and snack bar at the entry. Take bottled water for the walk. The waterfall is at the far end of the garden. Free life jackets are available to swim near the waterfall. Take a towel and swim suit. There is a sitting area nearby to watch fellow swimmers and rest. Lastly, take a camera as there will be numerous pictures to take. Enjoy!

  • It's a pleasantly secluded location. There's food sale at the visitor center. After paying for admission, it's a short walk into the water fall area. It's a beautiful location.Awesome place to take a hike with Louie little children and what makes it even more awesome is what's at the end of the hike which is the waterfall. They allow you to swim and also provide life jackets with no charge. A place to go when in Hawaii with your family.

  • It's about a 3/4 mile walk on a paved path to the waterfall. The water was refreshing but getting into the pool below the falls is a little tricky with slippery, uneven rocks. You must wear provided life jackets. There's venues with replicas of buildings used in the past by native Hawaiians. The grounds are beautiful rivaling a botanical garden.

  • Beautiful park! The hike to the waterfall is awesome, not too strenuous, and SO worth it! Plunging into the cool water after the heat is awesomely refreshing. And the park itself is just stunningly beautiful. The variety of plants they have gathered is astounding. Well worth a visit any day.

  • Beautiful plant life that I've never seen before. Great photo ops all over. Swimming at the waterfall was pretty neat too. It is very very deep and life jackets are provided and required by life guards on duty.

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