As I’ve been researching and talking with people about Hawaii I’ve discovered something very interesting—a whole lot of Waimeas! This is my second posting on the Waimeas of Hawaii. If you missed it, look back to Thursday’s post on the amazing surfing on the Waimea River (Kauai.)
Waimea Canyon—On the island of Kauai. Nicknamed “The Grand Canyon of the Pacific. If you’re lucky when you visit, you can catch the canyon when the mist and fog has cleared and you’ll get a gorgeous view. This is a photo from my last trip. I’ll never tire of this view. Maybe next time I visit I’ll have time to hike through the Waimea State Park.
Waimea Bay Beach Park is located on the north shore of Oahu. Summer waters are calm and great for swimming, but the winter waves can get as high as thirty feet.
Waimea Falls is located in the Waimea Valley on the north shore of Oahu. It is the main attraction in Waimea Falls Park. Visitors enjoy hiking through the 35 tropical botanical gardens, watching hula performances and music demonstrations, and experiencing Hawaiian culture and traditions.
Waimea, Hawaii is an area east of the Kohala Coast on the big island of Hawaii. It is known as paniolo (Hawaiian cowboy) country. The area is brimming with opportunities including wonderful food, Kahua Ranch, Kahilu Theatre, and Pololu Valley Lookout.
For more information on the Waimea area on the big island, click on this link:
Hope you get a chance to visit every Waimea Hawaii has to offer. (And, please, let me know if I’m missing any!)
Mahalo for visiting!