Maui has a tremendous variety of local farms, flower farms, ranches, coffee, cacao, organic farms, many that include specialty tours and chef-led restaurants. We can arrange for a visit to the farm or farms of your choice for an exclusive tour of the property, its operations and specialty crops. Preview the ingredients to be used in your locally-sourced lunch, partake in a farm-specialty sampling experience, even participate as a farm hand for a day!
ONO Organic Farms of Maui is a family-owned and operated, certified organic, hand-picked, tropical fruit, coffee and cacao farm located along the “Road to Hana”.
Mahele Community Farm is Hana’s Community Farm. Mahele means to share, divide, apportion equally. Mahele Community Farm strives to operate a productive community farm that serves as an educational, sustainable, and healthy food resource for the Hana, Maui region.
Hana Gold Plantation was founded in 1978 by Robert and Francine Frost. Hana Gold produces chocolate from “branch to bar”, which means that their high-quality chocolate is produced with a commitment to the finest, naturally grown products created with the most environmentally thoughtful methods.
Hana Ranch is a working cattle ranch on 3,600 acres in Hana, Hawaiʻi. The Hana Ranch aims to be a responsible steward of the land, a regenerative and sustainable business, actively working to make the land and community better. Looking for an unforgettable private dining experience? Hana Ranch offers meals prepared using local ingredients at the Hana Ranch farmhouse.
Maui Tropical Plantation tour with lunch at Mill House Restaurant in Waikapu will take you through the private grounds of the Plantation, showcasing a variety of native Hawaiian plants, tropical fruits, and fields of row crops. The tour also provides a live coconut husking demonstration.
ONO Organic Farms of Maui is a family-owned and operated, certified organic, hand-picked, tropical fruit, coffee and cacao farm located along the “Road to Hana”. The southeastern slopes of the Haleakala volcano, in the Kipahulu District of East Maui offer a uniquely verdant and isolated environment that is ideal for growing exotic tropical fruit, coffee, and chocolate.