The Hidden Wiki is the name of a location hidden service within the Tor-network which typically has some interesting information and links to other .onion websites. Wiki sites with that name have come and gone and come and gone numerous times the last few years, yet there always seems to be a hidden wiki. Perhaps is it more correct to call it Some Hidden Wiki or Another Hidden Wiki. There appears to be a Hidden Wiki located at http://kpvz7ki2v5agwt35.onion/wiki/index.php/Main_Page today. This wiki has many .onion links and most of them do work.
There is also a starting point at called TorDir at http://dppmfxaacucguzpc.onion/. This directory has many outdated links who do not work and many of those who do work are not very interesting. Still, it’s there, you can go there and click around and if you click, click, click around then you get somewhere else.
If you speak some asian language which looks strange and may possibly be japanese then you may want to check out http://xiwayy2kn32bo3ko.onion/tor/. I apologize to the civilized part of the world for not being familiar with your superior customs and languages, our education-system is not as good as yours.
The good old Torgle search-engine which used to be a good tool is still not working, and someone is supposedly
working on updates, expect errors! Sorry for any trouble.
When will this search-engine start working again? Will another show up and replace it? Nobody but nobody seems to be willing to admit anything, and they are all anonymous.
The most interesting .onion sites are obviously not listed in any indexes and most of the operators, and users, of these to NOT want you and you family to have access to their content. Some because they are run by intelligence agencies, military units and other terrorist organizations, some because they contain highly illegal content you do not want to view anyway and some just don’t like random strangers on their lawn.
The above sites give you a good starting point for those sites where readers are welcome and the operators just want to keep their names out of the headlines.
Good luck visiting onionland. Browse safely!