Hawaii Tropical Botanical Gardens
The Hawaii Tropical Botanical Gardens is affectionately known as the “Garden in a Valley on the Ocean.” The Garden is located just off of Highway 19 on the lush Hamakua Coast’s 4 Mile Scenic Drive, 8 1/2 miles north of Hilo on the Big Island of Hawaii.
The Hawaii Tropical Botanical Gardens is a museum of living plants that attracts photographers, gardeners, botanists, scientists, and nature lovers from around the world. The 40-acre natural greenhouse features verdant nature trails that meander through a true tropical rain forest, crossing bubbling streams, passing beautiful waterfalls and arriving seaside for picturesque ocean vistas.
Truly a world-class destination on the Big Island, Hawaii Tropical Botanical Gardens contains over 2,000 species, representing more than 125 families and 750 genera.
The 40-acre valley garden valley blessed this garden valley, nature trails meander through a true tropical rainforest, crossing bubbling streams,with several beautiful waterfalls and ocean vistas along the rugged Pacific coast.
Presently rainforest plants are disappearing at an alarming rate, the Hawaii World Botanical Gardens exists to help preserve as many species as possible for the benefit of future generations.
Learn more at www.hawaiigarden.com.world.