The Waimea Canyon – Koke’e State Park
Travel up the Waimea Canyon to Koke’e State Park and visit Koke’e Natural History Museum where you will find a display of flora, fauna, natural history of the area and collections of shells and Hawaiian artifacts. If you like to hike or just take a short stroll, this area offers numerous hiking trails and scenic viewpoints where you will encounter some of the most breathtaking scenery in Hawaii.
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“…it’s not the Hyatt, the Hilton or even the Sheraton, but it has a charming feeling of days gone by and faces the Ha`upu Mountains. Rick Scott purchased the plantation-era building a couple of years ago and gave it new paint and landscaping, then filled it with island-style furniture, flat-screen televisions, even new coffee makers. The hotel is located next to Hamura’s Saimin which has its own charm – and delicious noodles to boot. “