The Breathtaking Place In Hawaii Where You Can Watch Wild Horses Roam

Located on Hawaii Island’s Hamakua Coast – away from all the tourists hanging out in Kona, or at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park – is Waipio Valley, the southernmost and largest of the seven valleys of Kohala Mountain. And though the valley’s lookout point is no stranger to tourists hopping out of their cars to snap a few photographs of this picturesque spot, the valley below is an untouched wonder home to a breathtaking black sand beach, one of Hawaii’s tallest waterfalls, and wild horses.

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Have you ever encountered wild horses at the breathtaking Waipio Valley? For guaranteed animal encounters, why not arrange a private tour of Hawaii’s only fully-accredited, USDA licensed, exotic animal sanctuary, Three Ring Ranch.