Camping equipment available for rent.
Please Note: you Must have 4x4 or hike down, to be allowed to enter Waipio Valley, The State of a Hawaii has a guard at the entrance whose sole purpose is to make sure you have 4x4 because the road is very steep! It is easier going down but, need four wheel traction going up.... that said, It Is Worth it! We are in a Stunning Va
Camping equipment available for rent.
Please Note: you Must have 4x4 or hike down, to be allowed to enter Waipio Valley, The State of a Hawaii has a guard at the entrance whose sole purpose is to make sure you have 4x4 because the road is very steep! It is easier going down but, need four wheel traction going up.... that said, It Is Worth it! We are in a Stunning Valley that is walking distance to one of the most Beautiful Black Sand Beaches in the world. You can see several waterfalls cascading down the Valley walls and one is 1450 feet! We have a Beautiful Stream on the property and a growing Botanical Garden of tropical trees including Banana and Coconut, Mango and Chocolate. There are Wild horse herds that roam the Valley and run on the beach. There are several absolutely stunning hikes.... one is along the Kings Trail and ends at a magical waterfall that you can jump into. This is Unspoiled Hawaii and a Very Inspiring Place on the Planet. No cell Reception....yay!
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
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Natural features you'll find at Waipio Valley of the Kings Camp Out in Hawaii.
This is an organic Taro farm that grows in ponds. There is also many fruit trees. Wild horse hearts roam about the valley
4x4 can easily access property
The vibe at Waipio Valley of the Kings Camp Out
Places to see near Waipio Wonder Farm
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If you only have one night...
If you only stay one place on the Big Island, this is it! Cynthia's farm in Waipio Valley is absolutely amazing! She was so kind and helpful. She met us near the lookout and led us down into the valley to make sure we got to the farm safely. Note: YOU WILL NEED A 4x4 (Jeep or truck) to get there, which makes it all the more amazing! We had a wonderful time exploring the valley.
Don’t miss this.
What a awesome stay!! This was a super cool place to camp. If you are looking to explore this valley this is a must. Cynthia went out of her way to make sure we had everything we needed. Highly recommended.
Waipio Wonder farm is amazing! You are camping with wild horses at the bottom of the valley and have access to a communal kitchen with clean water and ability to cook/eat at a table. There is also an outhouse and nearby stream. It is about 20 minutes from the beach and Cynthia had great recommendations for hikes. Would definitely go back!
Wiopio valley, wow!
I feel so privileged to have had the opportunity to spend three days in Waipio Valley. It has to be one of the most beautiful places on earth. We hiked the roads and King’s Trail, crossed streams, played in the river and the Ocean, frolicked under a waterfall, ate fresh oranges off a tree the grew along the trail, photographed wild horses and gorgeous flowers, visited with locals and other tourist and made memories to last a lifetime. The campsite is still being completed but Cynthia couldn’t have been nicer or more accommodating. This isn’t a resort or even a park. It a real experience a chance to live like a Wiopio local and may not be for everybody but I loved it!
Excellent host, and a truly unique experience you won’t get anywhere else. The valley is amazingly beautiful, the campsite at the farm is magical, beyond my expectation. Cynthia’s a great host, very responsive and caring. I’d give 10 stars if I could!
1,000,000,000 star accomodation
Words cannot fully describe the beauty of Waipio Valley (you really need to see it for yourself). The steep valley walls hug lush farming fields with a beautiful network of streams that race towards a black sanded beach. Paradise.
The sounds of birds and frogs echo a harmonious reminder that the Giants of the forest house a biodiverse community.
I enjoyed my daily walk along the road to the beach, where I could hang from a hammock and listen to the waves crash against the soft sanded shore. Just wait for the star gazing, as this is a Billion Star accommodation ; )
If you enjoy hiking, there are options for you and you won’t be disappointed.
All of this sounds amazing, right?
Well there is only one thing that is better. Cynthia is a real pleasure and is as warm and welcoming as anyone I have met. She went out of her way to make my stay as comfortable as possible :) She is the best!
Not as advertised
Not as advertised. No dishes, no pots and pans, only one propane tank so we had to move it between shower (hot water) and stove. Dirty kitchen, no place to put a tent, outhouse far away on a muddy trail. It’s not a farm.
Scenic, but not a good tent site.
Group kitchen not as advertised. Dirty and needed a good wipe down. Before we could use it. No pots or pans to use for cooking. We had to sweep and wipe everything down first. Water system needs more troubleshooting. We had to shut off the pump so we could sleep. No where even remotely dry to set up a tent, but we were allowed to sleep in the community cabin which is great due to heavy rains. Wild horses have churned up the grounds into a muddy pit making it difficult to get to the outhouse.