Farm and Ag Tours
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The coffee culture on the Island of Hawaii is especially strong. Started in the late 1820s, the farms and mills in the famous Kona coffee region, as well as Kau and other nearby areas, are renowned for their award-winning coffee beans, expert roasting and superior flavor. There are a handful of coffee plantations that offer tours, tastings and more.
When in Hawaii, eat as the locals eat. For an up-close introduction to local foods, explore the islands’ colorful farmers markets. Aside from a wide variety of fresh-picked vegetables, fruits and prepared foods—some of which you may not have seen before—you’ll find crafts, gifts, artwork and so much more.
Come visit our honey & bee farm in Captain Cook! Take a beekeeping farm tour & join us as we open a beehive. Sample our organic honeys, all produced from rare blossoms found on the Big Island, and browse our store and museum full of honey, beeswax products and beekeeping memorabilia.
Our all-new historical botanical tours showcase the horticultural artistry of Haiku Mill, infused with its 150-year-old history, for an immersive experience that is both educational and unforgettable.
Chef Jeff Scheer (2015 ‘Aipono Chef of the Year) uses only the highest quality ingredients, hand-picked within our own plantation’s fields, working closely with select Maui farmers and providers. Each dish is prepared with integrity, expertise, and fearless creativity.
Take a Fun Filled Wagon Ride through one of Oahu's most Beautiful Farms and learn about the history, people and crops of this special place! Visit our Farm Café for Fine Country Gifts, Fresh Island Fruit and Tasty Treats from our Fields!
Original Hawaiian Chocolate... 100% Hawaiian cocoa beans grown, hand-picked, sun-dried on Hawaii Island in Kona. Non-blended to assure purity and quality. Enjoy the distinctive texture and taste of single-origin Original Hawaiian Chocolate. Exclusive tours by appointment only. Chocolate is Aloha!
Gaylord’s offers one of Kauai’s most beautiful settings for lunch, dinner or Sunday brunch. Our kitchen uses only the freshest, seasonal ingredients supporting our local farmers and fishermen. Our 67-acre sustainable farm provides much of the produce and herbs used in our dishes and cocktails.
Often acclaimed as the most beautiful area in Hawaii, this garden is a photographer’s and nature lover’s paradise. Featuring over 2,500 species of tropical plants from around the globe, an orchid garden, macaw aviary and oceanfront walk.
Kona Lisa is 100% Kona, Estate coffee. We hand pick, sun-dry, custom roast for a remarkably smooth cup. Stop by the farm, or visit us at the Kona Lisa Coffee & Tea Bar at neighboring Paleaku Gardens! Enjoy a cup of Kona Lisa while strolling through the scenic Peace Gardens in the heart of Kona!
Retail, wholesale supplier macadamia nuts, gift baskets, incentive, corporate gifts. Visitor Center, samples, free.
Spanning 240 acres, Na 'Aina Kai is a living mosaic of diverse gardens, a hardwood plantation, a moss- and fern-draped canyon, a tranquil meadow and pristine sandy beach. Gracing the gardens and wild areas are more than 160 bronze sculptures.
Ancient Aquaculture in Hawaii
Built more than 1,000 years ago, this ingenious fishpond on Kauai is one of the finest examples of Hawaiian aquaculture.Read More
Molokai has many of these well-preserved fishponds located along its southern coast, most built 700-800 years ago.Read More