Farms and Agriculture
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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.
Let Hawaii Forest & Trail show you an authentic Oahu, utilizing our unparalleled land access and [...]
This beautiful treasure is rich in Hawaiian history and cultural sites, nestled in a stunning botanical [...]
Tasting Kauai invites residents and visitors on a culinary romp through paradise. Learn how to buy local [...]
Original Hawaiian Chocolate - 100% Hawaiian cocoa beans grown, hand-picked, sun-dried on Hawaii Island [...]
Green Point Nurseries, Inc. is a Hawaii grower/shipper/wholesaler providing services with Hawaiian [...]
The heart and soul of dining at the Hilo Hawaiian Hotel is the revered WSW Steakhouse & Seafood [...]
MauiWine, open since 1974, is located in Kula, Maui. Known for estate-grown wines, traditional method [...]
Come visit our honey & bee farm in Captain Cook! Take a beekeeping farm tour & join us as we open a [...]
Located at historic Waikiki Aquarium, Diamond Head Luau is Oahu's only farm to table luau experience.
Kilohana Plantation is a historic landmark and premier visitor attraction offering visitors and locals [...]
McBryde Garden is a veritable Noah's ark for threatened and endangered plants of the tropics. Located in [...]
Kahi Ola Mau Farm is the home of Honoka'a Chocolate Co. Located just mauka of the historic plantation [...]
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.More
Molokai has many of these well-preserved fishponds located along its southern coast, most built 700-800 years ago.More