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Starting at $249
You’re guaranteed breathtaking scenes when you hike any trail, mountain, or crater in Hawaii and the Grand Canyon of the Pacific is no exception. Waimea Canyon has views that will make you want to pinch yourself to make sure it’s real. The Canyon itself is a red-colored, 3500 feet deep, 14 miles long geographic wonder.
Hiking the canyon will be good for both your body and soul. Get a great workout while the majesty of nature reminds you what really matters.
Starting at $249
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In Waimea Canyon State Park you can see the terrain of the Grand Canyon of the Pacific in all its glory at Puu O Kila Lookout.
Kokee State Park is an excellent destination for a hiking pilgrimage. Hikers will experience an innate calm while listening to bird songs, observing colorful flowers and walking close to the ocean.
Visit Hanapepe Town for a close look at its plantation-style architecture, then browse its galleries and shop its bustling farmers market.
For a clearer view, visit the canyon in the morning before the fog begins to set in after 10AM.
Only in Hawaii can you find a shrimp station adjacent a national park. Take advantage of it after your grueling hike for an assortment of shrimp flavors.
Be prepared for your hike. Wear hiking shoes that are good for muddy paths and wear layers. Be sure to pack enough food and water.
Choose hikes that lead you to five different valleys, beaches, a steep canyon, waterfalls, and rainforests--the diversity of trails around Waimea Canyon is extraordinary.
Cycle wild and free downhill on a paved trail from the lava rock landscape of Waimea Canyon to the plant rich Kokee State Park.
Book a helicopter tour for a panoramic view of Waimea Canyon in all its red, craggy, deep and beautiful glory. You will also see aerial views of the the Napali coast and Mt Waialeale.
When you don’t have the time for long hikes, Waimea Canyon Drive allows you to enjoy the wilderness of Waimea Canyon from the comfort of your car.