Situated on the coastal slopes of Mauna Kea along the Hamakua Coast and the Hakalau Forest, with waterfalls flowing into the sea, this 83-acre parcel is precious and rich with history and remains nearly untouched by any human hand. A verdant, tropical forest rich with botanical life, this land is destined to remain in this state with perhaps the exception of agricultural, cultural and or conservation activities for further preservation. This area supports diverse native bird and plant species. The property is already revered as a conservation resource, zoned to protect the forest habitat. The waterfalls and streams merge and flow into the ocean where visitors come to swim, surf, fish and generally explore the ocean and streams. Located on the windward slope of Mauna Kea, access is through the small, historic town of Hakalau. The area is in the heart of Hawaii's agricultural belt where traditional and modern agriculture have been prominent for over 120 years. Hydro power could potentially be generated given its proximity to Hakalau stream. Seller says there is a "5-7 acre flat area, which used to be a home site". Also there is evidence and past history of farming and ranching in the Valley. Consult the Department of Land and Natural Resources for further clarification of allowed activities on General Conservation zoned lands.