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Farm and Agricultural Tours

The Hawaiian Islands are an agricultural cornucopia. Macadamia nuts, coffee, orchids and other tropical plants, papaya, mango, cacao, jackfruit, vanilla, ginger root, kava, goat cheese, honey, hearts of palm, and exotic fruits like durian, rambutan, star fruit, cheremoya, figs, lychee, and dragon fruit are just a sample of what Hawaii’s farms have to offer. You’ll also find cattle ranches and paniolo (Hawaiian cowboys), as well as rich ocean resources, perfect for aquaculture such as lobsters, pearls and micro-algae. You'll find opportunities to visit working farms, ancient aquaculture developments (something pioneered by the Hawaiian people thousands of years ago), and much more during your stay. 

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.

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Farm Tours on Maui

From lavender to goat cheese and everything in between.

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Oahu Farm Tours

The island of Oahu is home to a pineapple plantation and more.

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Coffee Farms on the Island of Hawaii

Learn more about the unique qualities of Kona coffee during a tour of a working coffee farm.

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Farm Tours in Hawaii

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HO'OMAU RANCH home page
Hawaii
Ho'omau Ranch
89-1074 Old Mamalahoa Highway
Captain Cook, HI 96704-9998
Summary

HO'OMAU RANCH horseback riding, ATV UTV Tours. Ranch Stay and camping. Rare endemic, critically endangered tree species Loulu Palm Pritchardia schattaueri & Mehamehame. Hawaiian hoary bat, Mesic forest. Bird watch for endangered 'io, endemic 'apapane, 'elepaio and Pueo. Cattle pastures Agritourism!

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Pineapple Field
Maui
Maui Pineapple Tours
883 Haliimaile Road
Check-in at Haliimaile Distilling Company
Haliimaile, HI 96768
Summary

Sample Maui's sweetest fruit Maui Gold while our knowledgeable tour guide shares entertaining facts and history about Hawaii's Pineapple- Visit Pineapple fields, Tour Maui Gold, Pineapple Packing Factory, and bring home free pineapple.

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Farmstand
Maui
Hana Ranch
5670 Hana Highway
Hana, HI 96713
Summary

Our work at Hāna Ranch is rooted in the values of land stewardship, collaboration, and community. We believe that by caring for the land, we can deliver the best produce to our customers and strengthen the foundation of our community.

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Rooster Farms Image
Hawaii
Rooster Farms
84-1245 Bruner Road
PO Box 370 Captain Cook, HI 96704
Captain Cook, HI 96704
Summary

Rooster Farms is the Oldest Organic Farm in Hawaii and has won prestigious cupping contests. Come visit our agroforest with Ed Chen, a Columbia educated Environmental Engineer for a farm tour, agricultural education, and Tara Cronin, a exhibited photographer on big island to learn about Kona coffee!

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Grinding cacao beans into chocolate
Kauai
Garden Island Chocolate
5-2719 Kuhio Highway
Kilauea, HI 96754
Summary

Garden Island Chocolate is the premier gourmet Hawaiian chocolate company. We make organic dark chocolate bars,(85% cacao) chocolate truffles and a hot chocolate drink. We have guided chocolate farm tours and tastings every Mon, Wed, & Friday at 9:30am. The tours are very popular so book in advance.

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Waimea Valley 1
Oahu
Waimea Valley
Waimea Valley Road
Haleiwa, HI 96712
Summary

This beautiful treasure is rich in Hawaiian history and cultural sites, nestled in a stunning botanical garden. Experience more than 5,000 botanicals along a paved path to the 45-foot waterfall. Along the way there are cultural practitioners and artisans sharing various native Hawaiian practices.

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MauiWine
Maui
MauiWine
HC 1 BOX 953
Kula, HI 96790
Summary

MauiWine is Hawaii's largest winery, growing & crafting quality wines capturing Maui's essence through its pineapple & estate-grown wines. Daily tastings & tours of the cellar & historical grounds. MauiWine embraces its responsibility to Maui's agriculture, manufacturing & hospitality industries.

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