So many vibrant flowers. The trail is completely paved and very easy. It's a really beautiful walk. The waterfall...less exciting.
About Waimea Valley
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This is a great place if you love nature and plants. It's a small nice stroll to the Falls. The Falls were smaller than I expected. You must wear a life jacket to go swim.
Make sure to go after it has been raining. There have been a few times where we went after a dry week and the waterfall was so small and not so great. When we go after it rains the waterfall is very big and makes...More
Iy was about a 20 minute walk to the Falls but well worth it. Great place. one of the most spectacular on the Earth and you get to swim and take pictures. Make sure you go to the North Shore and see the Falls and...More
Ample parking - Beautiful paved walk that was uphill in parts but not too difficult - if you didn't want to walk there is a shuttle that will give you a ride for an additional fee - I am a flower lover and there wasn't...More
A small entrance fee is required before entering the valley, where you'll find a paved track that leads you to the waterfall, alternatively you can pay an additional fee for a bus that will drop you off near the falls. Along the way you'll find...More
If you are going here to see a fantastic waterfall you are going to be disappointed. Although you can swim beneath it with a life jacket it isn't impressive at all. I'm sure the gardens are nice when the flowers are in full bloom but...More
There is a charm to this place but the waterfall out of the rainy season was disappointing. They should tell you this. We enjoyed the flowers, birds and the serenity but would not have been too disappointed if we hadn't come here. The lily pond...More