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Coconut Farm Tasting Tour! Come Experience the sights and tastes of an authentic, working coconut farm. Learn the vast usefulness of the coconut tree and how to extract its bounty. Participate in all the stages of coconut cultivation and...more
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This was a fun and interesting short side trip just outside of Lahaina town. Our guide was very knowledgeable. We got to try coconut water, coconut, and even coconut milk (that we made ourselves!). Worth the trip!
This was one of the funnest and most educational farm tours I have ever been on.
I would like to thank our tour guide and coconut professor for the amazing education in all things coconut and how widely they are and can be used. Also...More
We had the loveliest couple of hours here; calm, unhurried and enjoyable. Our guide was Will who was excellent. He explained about coconut trees, set up drinks from coconuts of different ages and finally helped us to make coconut milk.
All in all an affable,...More
We took this tour as a group of 5, with 2 participants of limited mobility. Although there were areas where they had to be careful, it was adaptable for them as well. This was a great educational, experiential tour, that went well beyond the coconut...More
Even if you don't care for coconuts, coconut juice, coconut water, the views from the farm, upland from Lahaina, are worth the trip. This is a beautiful farm and you'll get a 'Masters Degree' in two hours on anything coconut related. Really interesting and interactive....More
Disclaimer: we don't use coconut products at all (Bounty candy bars being the only exception), so we came to this tour completely unbiased. The tour has been very educational, we basically learned everything about the coconuts lifecycle and their many possible uses. The guide, Kye...More
Great for both children and grownups! Highly recommended! Learned a lot of things about coconuts, trees, mother nature, and some history. Tried different stages of coconuts, all taste great. Excellent experience!
I couldn't imagine why this tour has received such great Trip Advisor ratings, so gave it a try. We spent about 2.5 hours learning about coconuts, Hawaiian agriculture, Lahaina, and coconut products. Kai, our guide and part of the owning family, is coco about coconuts....More
We were met by our guide who was extremely friendly. He shared knowledge of the farm and the various plants/fruits that grow there and around the island. I was expecting a little more out of the tour than we got. It was okay but if...More
We were there 3 months ago (late Sept 2018) and the guy that owns the farm talked about eventually selling more than coconut products and tools to open coconuts. He does grow other things on the property (bananas, oranges... More
We were there 3 months ago (late Sept 2018) and the guy that owns the farm talked about eventually selling more than coconut products and tools to open coconuts. He does grow other things on the property (bananas, oranges, etc) and he talked about selling other things and putting in a kitchen to make baked goods, jams, etc. but 3 months ago that was all “expansion plans.” Don’t know where he is on that presently. It was an excellent tour, though, and the guy is passionate about coconut and its benefits.
Find a very ripe noni fruit (usually white, stinky and on the ground). Slather or rub the fruit on your exposed skin. It is a natural bug repellent. Stinky at first as u rub it onto your skin, but the odor fades as it dries... More
Find a very ripe noni fruit (usually white, stinky and on the ground). Slather or rub the fruit on your exposed skin. It is a natural bug repellent. Stinky at first as u rub it onto your skin, but the odor fades as it dries and it works it’s magic. Natural and non toxic.