The mysterious-looking Waipio Valley cliffs edge out into the Pacific along Hawaii Island’s north shore.
This spot is well-known and loved by many on the island of Hawaii for its amazing cliffs, lush valley floor, crazy steep road, and its residents.
The Waipio Valley has very little in the way of modern conveniences like electricity, water treatment, and plumbing. People choosing to live here typically do so because it offers seclusion or off-the-gridness that they cannot find elsewhere. This of course gives rise to all sorts of rumors about the people who make that choice.
Waipio has been the tipping point for more than a few visitors to Hawaii in deciding to make the Big Island their home. It enchants you with its green valley, waterfalls, and vision of simpler, more pastoral times.
The Waipio Valley on the Big Island of Hawaii is an amazing sight to behold. read more
At nearly 1,450 feet tall, Hi’ilawe Falls in Waipio Valley on Hawaii’s Big Island is the tallest waterfall in Hawaii. read more
The Waimanu Valley on Hawaii’s Big Island stretches flat, making small ponds and trickling streams near its entrance into the ocean. read more
Waipio Valley on Hawaii’s Big Island is always a treat. Here, the creative folks at Waipio Rim B&B put together a Christmas tree collage to join the scene overlooking the beauty below. read more
Surrounded by steeply rising hillsides, a river stone wall, and a green garden, a horse and a mule graze on valley grasses. read more
The Big Island’s Waipio Valley is astonishing. Home to movie locations, horses, waterfalls, and some who don’t want to be found, Waipio is both scenic and engaging. read more
The Waipio Valley overlook is the stuff of movies. read more