Please take a moment to watch the COVID-19 safety guidelines and regulations before your visit
Physicians, License Nurses, Policemen/Firemen, Paramedics/EMT
Daily Operating Hours:
Tuesday through Sunday 9 am to 4 pm
Waimea Valley will be CLOSED on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
Swimming at the waterfall is dependent on daily waterfall conditions. Lifeguards make the swim call for the day at 9 am. Swimming stops at 3:30 pm.
The snack bar is open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm.
Location of Waimea Valley on O‘ahu:
On the North Shore of Oahu across from Waimea Bay:
Mailing Address: 59-864 Kamehameha Highway Haleiwa, Hawaii 96712
GPS Address: Waimea Valley Road, Haleiwa, Hawaii 96712 (enter this address on your GPS for directions)
Main Line (808) 638-7766
General Admission to the Valley:
Visiting Adult $20
Visiting Senior $16 (age 62+)
Visiting Student $16 (college student must present I.D.)
Visiting Child $12 (ages 4-12)
Visiting Group Rate $16 (per person - group of over 10 Adults)
Kama'aina (Hawaii resident)/Military
To qualify for Kama'aina/Military rates you must present a valid ID at the time of admission. Pricing subject to change without notice.
Adult $10.00 each
Senior (age 62+) $8.00 each
Student (college student must present I.D.) $8.00 each
Child (ages 4-12) $6.00 each
Group Rate (per person - group of over 10 Adults) $8.00
For Kama’aina (Hawaii Local Resident) and Military
Individual Annual Pass $30.00
Family Pass (2 Adults and up to 6 children under the age of 18) $60.00
Shuttle Transportation **STARTING APRIL 1ST 2021**
Shuttle transportation available from Hale Ho'ike to Wailele waterfall turns around. The first shuttle starts at 9:45 am.
One-way $10 each person
Wagon rental is available for $10 a wagon. You may rent the wagon at the ticket booth upon admission.
DAILY GUIDED ACTIVITIES SCHEDULE FOR 2020
Please inquire at the Visitor Center or Ticket Booth for more information on times and locations.
Na La‘au Hawai‘i: What’s Blooming with David Orr
Join Waimea Valley’s Plant Collections Specialist as he takes you on an educational walk through Waimea Valley to see rare and seasonal “blooming” plants from here in Hawai‘i and all around the world. David will be offering this tour on the first and third Sundays, and Thursdays. This is a complimentary tour, free of charge (with paid admission).
Location: Ticket booth
Time: 12:30 PM Every Thursday, 1st & 3rd Sunday
Hele Wawae Mo‘olelo: History Walk
Come join our Alaka‘i (guides) as they take you on a historical walk through the Valley. Discover Waimea Valley’s rich history, visit Kauhale our traditional Hawaiian living site, learn about Hawaiian agriculture, and more.
This tour generally runs around 30 minutes. If you have any questions please feel free to ask a cashier at the ticket booth. This is a complimentary tour, free of charge (with paid admission).
Location: Starts at the ticket booth, ends at Kau Hale
Time: Tuesday -Sundays, 1 pm
Na Mea Pa‘ani: Hawaiian Games
Stop by our Hawaiian game site and learn to play traditional games of Hawai‘i. Participate in ‘ulu maika and moa pahe‘e (games of skill), konane (game of strategy) and ‘o‘o ‘ihe (game of strength). Our Valley staff will be present to demonstrate these games at 11 am and 3 pm. Good family fun!
Location: Hawaiian Game Site
Time: Inquire at the ticket booth