The Waipoo Valley is the most magical place on the big island. The Hawaiian myth of the Waipi & # 39; o Valley Ness has been excavated by a warrior warrior, using the legendary valley of the dead, and the impossibly beautiful valley of the dead. Strength. While the geological description is more prosthetic and less expensive, that does not diminish the beauty and beauty of the WiFi Pio Valley. The valley, which is always listed as one of the most beautiful places in the state of Hawaii, is so beautiful that it is generally difficult to see.
The rugged valleys on the bottom of the valley, along with convenient fields, miles of long sandy beaches, and several floods all along the valley wall, make the call to visit, but this can be a challenge.
Going down the valley there is a four-wheel drive road but you (and I mean really) don't want to even drive in a four-wheel drive vehicle. The road is constantly narrow (25% of room !!!), poorly covered, always narrow and steep, incredibly dangerous and devious, deceitful, and local drivers who don't want you on the road. Indeed. Traveling through the valleys, through horse-drawn wagons and EVs can be made in the city of Hanoika. Over-the-horizon flights and helicopters also provide great places to visit this magnificent part of Hawaii.
Probably the most satisfying way to see the Wippe Valley is the way that the ancient Hawaiians did, by going down and secretly retreating. However, if you try this trip, don't be deceived by numbers. The hike can be less than a thousand feet high (and then earn extra to get out) and may have an actual walk of less than 2 miles, but it feels longer, it's hard, hot, dry, twisty, and yes, did we wait? It is really hard; No one in very good physical condition should try this stress journey – better to pay for a van tour or flight. But it is the cost and the time and energy they need to have the visuals and photos of this difficult hike. The trek to the valley takes about an hour. Allow that double to explore the valley floor and the beach and walk again for an hour. Always be alert when traveling on the road; Local drivers do not decide to give you the right path, and tourist drivers are on the verge of an exit.
If you go down the valley there is no new drinking water, so take a lot. When it hits the bottom of the valley, your right path (into the ocean) turns into a spectacular 300 feet of waterfall. Here, you can hike in the Tamariks and cattle huts along the shores of the Black Sand, wash the waterfall, or cross the valley to the next valley. Be careful, swim, and just about the beach for professionals, due to strong waves and big waves. Don't try to cross the rocky cliffs to the adjacent valleys – it's easy to pass through, it can be tempting, but it is in fact impossible and extremely dangerous.
At the intersection of the valley at the bottom of the valley, the left in the jungle caves to the left. You must have a license to drive or walk here. In this way, there are many, huge, crazy ff tees and places you will never see anywhere on earth in the back of the canyon. Waipo valley is truly a magical place.
Below the monitoring platform, there are no services in the Waipoo Valley. Walking and camping is only allowed in the valley; there is a small bed and breakfast establishment, but generally scheduled for several months.
Natural and human history The archipelago of the archipelago in the Hawaiian archipelago provides geologists, physio, polo, and other northern Hawaiian valleys. The lava flow at the top of the Wippeo valley, which is cut off by the stream, is less than half a million years, indicating that the entire valley has been formed ever since.
With the negative consequences of Polo, WIO and the Kohala, the Kohala volcano has been transformed into major faults. As they traveled up and down, these weaknesses caused the large rocks to fall slightly downstream. On these relatively slow downward slopes, these streams are relatively elevated. Between 450,000 and 150,000 years ago, the Kahla volcano erupted into a very large section of the northern hemisphere, creating the lofty rocks we see on the northern coast. The inventions, their successors in the streams and the quake in the northern part of the Coha volcano now account for most of these landscapes, but the questions are: Why is the valley floor so wide? And instead of a narrow, narrow valley waiting for a flat man to record a small stream?
While the streams continue to erode to the bottom of these valleys, there are two additional biological processes on the Waipo valley landscape. Remember, because of their enormous size, all Hawaiian islands are slowly rolling or "lowering" – down to the hot and plastic rocks below the heap. This basin causes the valley to continuously drip below the sea level, and is therefore filled with debris. Second, the mouth of the Wippe Valley is considered a boulder for tsunamis, causing them to accumulate in the valley and dump large quantities of water. In fact, during the 1946 tsunami, the ocean wiped the wifi down to a depth of 40 feet and a half mile. The depth of the valley We expect to fill in these valleys because the valley is much wider and flatter than the narrow and adjacent valley.
Human history of the Waío Peo Valley is the most fascinating of its geological history. Wappero was considered the site of the Great Mania and grew into many during pre-contact times. It was the perfect place to meet Governor Ali, and several princes on land on the island were waiting for royal houses in the Waipoi Valley. According to some historians, Captain Cook estimates that about a hundred thousand Native Hawaiians have arrived in Wafupoi and its surroundings. The Wappero lived in succession for more than fifty generations. Native Hawaiians believe that the power of their ancestral spirits will give them the land and power and peace of today.
He was brought here when he was a baby. At birth, Kashmir has been interpreted by many as the fulfillment of the ancient prophecies of the coming of a great king who would destroy all other kings and unite the islands. This attitude has not been well adjusted with many ruling families, and I have no idea who the people of Hawaii are to lead. Fearing his life, the young Karima's mother returned to the safety of her relatives in Waipoi, where the royal warriors were sent out to hunt him, and he fled the baby into the forest.
The 1946 Tsunami Suwapo was very clean, and by the 1960s, anti-cultural elements and indigenous communities were moving more or less. Today, the population of the Wippe Valley is farmers, artists, oceans, carcasses, artifacts, dreams and other attractive features, the only common interest is to keep everyone out of the Gypsy Valley.