To visit Waimea Valley, it is important to understand their mission and value to the destination:
E MĀLAMA A E HO'OMAU I NĀ WAIWAI KĀNAKA, MO'OMEHEU, A KŪLOHELOHE O WAIMEA NO KĒIA HANAUNA A ME NĀ HANAUNA E HIKI MAI AI I LOKO O KA HO'ONAAUAO 'ANA A ME KA HO'OKAHU 'ANA.
PRESERVE AND PERPETUATE THE HUMAN, CULTURAL AND NATURAL RESOURCES OF WAIMEA FOR GENERATIONS THROUGH EDUCATION AND STEWARDSHIP.
Waimea…A living pu'uhonua for and by the kānaka for Hawai'i and the world.
This one of Oahu's last partially intact ahupua'a subdivision of land. Waimea is significant in history of Hawaii. It is a place for Hawaiian spirituality and traditions.
Waimea Valley cultural and natural resources is a backdrop for teaching, learning and inspiration School programs surround cultural topics and ethnic identity. It is home to more than 5000 documented kinds of tropical and subtropical plants including native and endangered Hawaiian plants.Some of which are only found in the Hawaii and some which are rare.
Waimea Valley is situated in the heart of Oahu's renowned North Shore, sporting world class botanical gardens and wide variety of indoor and outdoor spaces.
Event venues are regular set against the backdrop of the Waimea Valley's natural beauty. It is excellent for exotic weddings.
Daily Guided Activities include Hawaiian games, crafts, cultural demonstrations, hula and ukulele, lei making, cultural an botanic tours.
For more information visit https://www.waimeavalley.net/