Nature has created only a few spectacles as breathtaking as this one. Located on 1800 acres above legendary Waimea Bay, the p... More
Waimea Valley Adventure Park
Nature has created only a few spectacles as breathtaking as this one. Located on 1800 acres above legendary Waimea Bay, the park harbors 6000 plant species and hundreds of animal species. Peacocks and macaws wander the grounds fearlessly. Giant lily pads nearly the size of a seat cushion float in serene pools. Guests can hike the trails or opt for guided tram tours. Don't miss the cliff-divers or the hula dancers; both groups perform periodically throughout the day.
the pleasant hike to the falls has amazing views of all the botanical flowers and the historical artifacts of the Hawaian culture. I loved it and recomend everyone go there and enjoy it for them selves wether or not on your honeymoon or vacation, it is beautiful for everyone. Its also great for children.
10 years ago THIS was an adventure park (and my favorite place) with demos, shows, cliff diving and animals. Now only the plants and waterfall are left. I was sadden by what I saw this time - the park is in ruins. Many, many fallen tree, lots of unkept trails and it looked more like a ghost town than anything else. Without the cliff divers the 40ft waterfall isn't that special. Not worth the trip anymore - $8 admission and parking is free.