Best Things to Do on Maui: Visit The Ali’I Kula Lavender Farm

Visiting The Ali’I Kula Lavender Farm

Visiting The Ali’I Kula Lavender Farm

The Ali’I Kula Lavender Farm’s 13.5-acre farm resides at an elevation of roughly 4,000 ft. on the slopes of Haleakala (House of the Sun), and is home to approximately 55,000 lavender plants and 45 different varieties of lavender. Though lavender is not native to Maui, it blooms all year-round in the cool, dry island climate. Olive trees, hydrangea, Protea, succulents and a wide variety of other plants can be found on the farm.

Founder and Agricultural Artist and Horticultural Master Ali’i Chang prided himself on having an impeccable and ever-changing canvas for visitors to enjoy, and he took considerable pride in his work and the work of his staff. Much more than a working lavender farm, AKL is a botanical garden filled with numerous artifacts and collectibles that Ali’i gathered in his many years of travel and entrepreneurship.

The Ali’I Kula Lavender Farm shares their crop with local businesses which incorporate it into a wide variety of products including essential oil products, cosmetics, sachets, soaps, candles, scrubs, and even a lavender-flavored organic vodka made by Ocean Vodka.

Relaxation, Rejuvenation and Renewal are all held in this magical place that the spirit calls home!