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  WHERE HAWAII COMES ALIVE  Phone: (808) 638-7766Waimea Valley is a historical nature park with cultural signifigance including botanical gardens on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii. The valley, being an important place in Hawaiian religion, includes several historical structures including stone terraces and walls constructed during the time of the Hawaiian monarchy. Much of the garden floor was once cultivated for taro, sweet potato, and bananas, with new crops and orchards introduced by Europeans after their arrival.It is located at 59-864 Kamehameha Highway, Haleiwa, Oahu, Hawaii and is open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m, 7 days a week except for Christmas and New Year's Day; an admission fee is charged.Military Discounts Provided.As a gathering place for locals and visitors alike, Waimea offers a variety of activities and events plus is the perfect place for a wedding and reception at the Proud Peacock Restaurant.History: One of last partially intact ahupuaa on O`ahu, Waimea Valley consists of 1,875 acres and has been a sacred place for more than 700 years of Native Hawaiian history.Highlights:Take a casual walk on a paved path through our World Class Botainical Gardens and Historical Sites 3/4 of a mile one way or 1 1/2 miles round trip from our Ticket Booth (where you pay Admission into the Valley) to our Waterfall area.  ActivitiesSeveral activities (with paid admission) are offered throughout the day in different locations in the Valley.Ancient Hawaiian Archaeological Sites: 78 sites of interest have been identified including religious sites and shrines, house sites, agricultural terraces and fishponds.World Class Botanical Garden CollectionsThe 150-acre Botanical Collection contains more than 5,000 kinds of tropical  and subtropical plants including native and endangered Hawaiian plants.       WeddingsWorld class botanical gardens and wide variety of indoor and outdoor spaces make the valley an ideal setting for a truly memorable occasion. Set against the backdrop of Waimea’s natural beauty, we can accommodate groups of all sizes. Accessible and diverse locations include the open air Pikake Pavillion or Waterfall lawns and meadows.    We understand this is a special occasion for you and our experienced staff are dedicated to helping make your wedding a once in a lifetime experience.Our Catering Team specializes in custom menus showcasing global cuisines using locally grown ingredients sure to meet your needs. Complementary tours of the facilities can be arranged to meet your schedule.WildlifeSeveral native and endangered birds including the Alae' Ula (Hawaiian Moorhen) are found in Waimea. All five species of O'opu Naniha (Endemic Goby), a native freshwater fish can be found in Kamananui Stream. Because Waimea Valley is home to so many endangered plants and animals, we do not allow any domestic animals to be brought in. This includes birds, cats and dogs, with the exception of service animals..Cultural ActivitiesVisitors to the Valley are invited to participate in several free activities (with paid admission) including Hula Implement demonstrations, Hawaiian Games, and Crafts, Music & Story Telling with Kupuna.Waihi WaterfallAn attraction of great interest and enjoyment is the Valley’s 45-foot waterfall. Swimming is allowed in the 30ft deep natural pool at the waterfall and under the care of lifeguards. Lifejackets are required and are provided free of charge. Waihï is approximately 3/4 of a mile from the Ticket booth.Retail, Food & Beverage ServicesKuono Waiwai, the Valley’s retail store, showcases the work of North Shore artists and Hawaii crafters of locally made products. The Valley’s on-site concession services uses locally grown, made-in-Hawai‘i ingredients for local dining at its best.After a pleasant walk and swim at the falls, guests can enjoy lunch at Na Mea Ono Grill which is open daily and serves refreshing cold drinks, ice cream, shave ice, plate lunches, burgers, sandwiches and salads.There is also the Proud Peacock Restaurant a great place for brunch, lunch and happy hour! Visitors and locals alike love their island menu with favorites like "Loco Moco", Prime Rib, North Shore Shrimp, and Crispy Fish Katsu & Chips! DIne in the heart of the valley surrounded by lush tropical gardens.          The Proud Peacock Restaurant is open Wednesday-Friday for lunch 11am-3pm, Saturday and Sunday for Brunch 10am-3pm, and Thursday-Saturday for Happy Hour 3pm-6pm. Reservations are not required. (Parties of 8 or more please inquire at 808-638-5864).Our GoalsWaimea Valley is a place where conservation of natural resources and culture go hand in hand. Careful monitoring and restoration of native ecosystems within the ahupua’a of Waimea Valley shall demonstrate how cultural uses and gathering can encourage stewardship from within the local community. An ahupua’a, or wathershed, is an ancient Hawaiian concept of resource use and management of a particular division of land that connects the mountains to the reefs and the sea. We will continue our commitment to protect and restore our ahupua’a for further generations.Our FutureWaimea Valley will protect and enhance the native ecosystems throughout the ahupua’a. We will make our valley the model of how to incorporate the conservation of natural and cultural resources by fusing modern and ancient concepts. By using and promoting the use of alternative energy sources, we will conserve economic and environmental resources. In creating and sustaining partnerships with like-minded organizations, we will be part of a local movement of proper stewardship.    For more information, visit our website    
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