Waipio Valley Botanical Garden STVR Reg#19-365284 NUC# 20-1848

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    $1,283 avg/night

    Hawaii> Honokaa
    • 4 bedroom
    • 3 bathroom
    • Sleeps 16

    *The listing price includes two guests. There is an additional guest fee of $50 per head per night beyond the first two guests.  Please see the "Additional Important Access Information" at the bottom of this listing as there have been some recent changes regarding access to Waipio Valley and our property.

    Two-house deluxe complex with 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms situated on a 3-acre botanical garden with over 30 different types of exotic fruit trees and several hundred botanicals including many rare palms and other species—all labeled with their botanical names.
    Situated in historic Waipio Valley, this unique property is known as “the place of first light” ka’o and provides unparalleled access to “The Valley of the Kings”.  The breathtaking landscape of the lush valley walls, traditional taro patches, palm and fruit trees, exotic fragrant flowers, and giant monkeypod trees transports you into another world. Walk two minutes to a sacred waterfall and bathe in its cool waters or stroll down an enchanting jungle canopy path to a secluded black sand beach. Or explore our dense botanical garden filled with unusual and exotic species and learn while having fun— our plant labels and descriptions will help you identify local and international botanicals. It’s all here for you and much more!

    Enjoy all the comforts of home while surrounded by paradise in over 5000 sq. ft. of custom living space—with bamboo hardwood and natural slate floors, travertine bathrooms, granite counters, teak furniture, and our exotic lava-rock bath house—fully off-grid and fed by a waterfall. The two houses are connected by a breezeway that provides unusual privacy between the master suite in the lower house and the 6 bedrooms in the upper house making it ideal for two separate families vacationing together, or just great separation for members of the group.
    Screened lanais and decks allow gentle Pacific breezes to pass through the houses while enjoying incredible views from the expansive bay windows and numerous skylights. Fabulous for star-gazing and bird-watching, numerous streams and rivers run through the valley and create an unparalleled tropical adventure!
    Our private guide will escort you into the valley and provide personalized insights into the rich history and lore of the valley and its traditions as well as the varied plant and animal life. Ask us for details.

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    Registration Number: Transient+Accomodation+Tax+ID+(TAT)+TA-121-183-2832-01++General+Excise+Tax+ID+(GET)+GE-121-183-2832-01

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    Ryan H.
    Jan 20, 2022
    I had the extreme Good Fortune of visiting Waipio Valley Botanical Garden Complex with 8 of my closest friends on a Full Moon weekend. It was a Pivotal Weekend for all of us. I’m unable to communicate how amazing and special it was for each of us. The valley speaks for itself. If you have come this far you may already have some idea that Waipio is one of the most magical places in the world. Visiting under a full moon means you can appreciate its incredible beauty day and night. The Botanical Garden Complex complements the Valley Perfectly. Careful and thoughtful architecture integrated with the sloping hill it sits on. So you can walk around outside around the back up the hill and enter the house thru myriad doors and entrances. There is so much to explore! Unique, Elegant Bedrooms and a beautiful loft (“The MoonTower!”). Lavastone Showers! Picturesque Baths full of Hot Water felt so good at the end of a long day [or night]. Each room’s window has a unique vantage point to the wondrous jungle outside. I discovered I Love Indian Art: in particular Madhubani style paintings. There is beauty to admire everywhere – inside and outside. Murti sculpture. A fantastic collection of incredible books – 3 nights was no where near enough time to appreciate everything they provide for us. There is delicious fruit in abundance. We had lots of fat juicy citrus ready to enjoy. We might have discovered some amazing new cocktails. Plants are identified with signs and descriptions. I was so happy to find the Kaffir Lime tree and smell a fresh cracked leaf.. The caretakers were considerate and checked in on us. Satellite Internet was totally usable though if you intend to stream NFL playoffs you should turn down the video quality down. Waipio Valley Botanical Garden Complex Touched Us Each and I will never be the same. Warmest Mahalo to our Hosts!