Food Review: 1:50-8:00
Farmer’s Market 8:01-9:32
Waimea Valley is the only place on the island of O’ahu where you can go on a paved hike, see traditional Hawaiian games and hales(houses), jump in a waterfall, view some of the most beautiful flowers on the island, and eat some of the coolest food at a funky farmer’s market….oh yeah, you can even attend a luau at night!
Waimea Valley is known as the “Valley of the Priests” and is not only a beautiful spot on the island of O’ahu, but a very spiritually rich area as well. Every few feet upon entering the valley, you will see plaques with descriptions of each area you are viewing. The flowers, birds, and trees are stunning on the hike to the waterfall which is paved and easily accessible for people with strollers or scooters. There is also a cart that can transport people unable to walk the duration towards the falls.
Every Thursday, the Haleiwa Farmer’s Market sets up at Waimea Valley with exciting stands featuring everything from charcoal bun double bacon burgers to fresh poke, to mochi desserts and even fresh produce. You will want to swing by each stand and fill up on some awesome eatz on island.
Burger, Fries, & Ginger Beer:
Mochi, Malasada, & Lumpia:
Hawaii Mochi & Malasadas
If you are looking for a luau, Toa Luau is held here as well on select days/times.
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