In addition to its rich and diverse landscapes, Hawaiʻi is also known for its agricultural bounty, growing local coffee, papaya, cacao, macadamia nuts, honey, lavender and so much more. Did you know that Hawaiʻi is the only state in the US that grows cacao? How about that Kona coffee is picked meticulously by hand? These are just a sampling of facts you’d learn during a Hawaiʻi farm tour. PC: Ueshima Coffee Co.
Our favorite farm tour operators on the Big Island, Oʻahu and Maui love welcoming visitors and locals alike to experience the lush agricultural offerings of the Hawaiian Islands. They specialize in everything from coffee to pineapple to vodka, teaching tourgoers everything there is to know about these exotic Hawaiʻi treats. Go behind-the-scenes to get a taste—literally!—of everything Hawaiʻi has to offer. PC: ʻEna Media Hawaii.
On many of these farm tours, you’ll have the chance to observe the intricate processes involved in culling popular consumer products from the soil, trees and vines of Hawaiʻi. After exploring the delicate landscape that engenders such assorted agricultural offerings, sample the end products with various farm tour tasting options. Each specialty tour is a treat for the five senses, so don’t miss out on your chance to experience these bustling ag industries! PC: Aliʻi Kula Lavender Farm.
Ueshima Coffee Corp (UCC Hawaii)