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Waimea Valley - Hi'ipaka LLC Oahu
  Website: www.waimeavalley.net

Contact: Hiipaka LLC
Phone: (808) 638-7766
Fax: (808) 638-7776

Address - Map & Directions
59-864 Kamehameha Hwy
Haleiwa, HI 96712

Island: Oahu


The culturally, ecologically and historically precious Waimea Valley, on the North Shore of O'ahu, Hawai'i, was saved from development by community action in 2006. The last  traditional Hawaiian ahupua'a on O'ahu -from the mountains to the sea - remains whole, so its sacred voices can be heard and respected. Come refresh yourself!  Open daily except for Christmas & New Years.


Waimea Valley - Hi'ipaka LLC  is an exceptional Hawaiian cultural site and botanical garden located at 59-864 Kamehameha Highway, Haleiwa, on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii.

It is open daily except for Christmas and New Year's Day; a small  admission fee is charged with yearly memberships available.

The garden is located in Waimea Valley, long an important center of Hawaiian religion, and includes many sites of cultural and historic interest.

Much of the garden floor was once cultivated for taro, sweet potato, banana, etc., with new crops and orchards introduced by Europeans after their arrival.

The garden now contains 35 distinct collections, representing some 5,000 taxa from around the world. It contains one of the finest collections of Polynesian plants in existence, as well as excellent collections of very rare Hawaiian plants, rare and endangered species native to Lord Howe Island, and individual gardens dedicated to plants from Guam, Madagascar, the Mascarene Islands, the Ogasawara Islands, and the Seychelles.rnrnOther major collections include the hibiscus evolutionary garden, araceae, bauhinia, bromeliaceae, heliconia, liliaceae, as well as bamboo, begonia, ferns, tropical fruit, etc.

The garden valley is approximate 0.75 miles in length, with a waterfall and swimming area  within the Valley
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