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Great easy hike for those who want to be surrounded by some amazing landscape. The gardens are $18 to hike, but it includes hiking to the falls, life vests if you want to swim in the fall and the botanical gardens. The whole area is...More
Me and my fiancé visited our first day in town. First of all, you have to pay $18 per adult whether you swim or not. You go on a nice 30 minute walk, but nothing worth paying for. Then, once you finally get to the...More
We gift recommend this waterfall and not because you can swim there. The entire valley is amazing especially the Banyan and Warrior trees. It looks out of this world and is a wonderful valley to walk through which leads you to the main attraction -...More
We were taken here by a local family who has enjoyed going there many times. We put it in our GPS instead of following them, and out GPS took us into a residential area behind a grocery store where our phone signal was lost. We...More
Next I drove a little bit and stopped at the Waimea Valley Waterfalls!! It’s either in Pupukea or Haleiwa as my pictures there have both names????? It was a beautiful place and the drive in was a portent to what was awaiting me! The visitor...More
The walk itself is beautiful but I was expecting the falls to be a little bigger. Lots of beautiful flowers and plants along the walk. Was more expensive to enter than what I expected. Probably wouldn't go back but nice to have been.
A small waterfall but easily accessible for those who aren’t as adventurous. The gardens are a nice walk with the bonus of a hosted waterfall at the end. Nice for families and those who can’t take on an adventurous trail. Water is a little murky...More
We went here because it was the waterfall from Lost. It's in the back of the Waimea Valley on the north shore of the island. You can go swimming in the pool but you have to wear a life jacket. It's a lot of fun...More
This is great day trip take picnic lunch
See the different exhibits
Walk 3/4 miles back to falls
They have life jackets for all to wear so you can go into small pool where waterfalls comes down
Safe for young children
Response from hathanhh2018 | Reviewed this property |
There is an admission charge for tourists and local residents ( local residents ID required). The hike is relatively easy as they are paved pathways. You will require to wear a safety vest if you want to swim in the fall.
Response from 466jenniferd | Reviewed this property |
Yes it is. The kids had fun swimming. They make all swimmers use swim vests. They have a placard that cautions people about risk of leptospirosis but there is a rinse area and changing room anyone can use. There’s still a... More
Yes it is. The kids had fun swimming. They make all swimmers use swim vests. They have a placard that cautions people about risk of leptospirosis but there is a rinse area and changing room anyone can use. There’s still a lot of people going and enjoying the waterfalls.
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