The mule-drawn wagon takes guests on a tour of the Waipio Valley where they'll encounter Hialawi, the highest water fall in Hawaii.
Visit the birthplace of Kamehameha which is also where residents live lifestyles most similar to those of Old Hawaii. Only four-wheel-drive vehicles — and mules — can get you into this valley, isolated by cliffs on three sides and the Pacific on the fourth. The guided tour lasts 1.5 hours and riders will get to see waterfalls, taro patches, lush tropical foliage and the wild horses of the Waipiʻo Valley. The Valley is known as the Valley of the Kings as it was the residence of many Hawaiian kings and many stories and legends related to its ancient history are shared during the tour along with a history of the surrounding area.