Need to know
Take a walking tour of Lokoea Farms’ three orchards and harvest some in season fruits . Learn about the farm’s history and what it takes to grow everything they grow — mangoes, bananas, avocados, breadfruit, star cherries, cocoa, coffee and more. Learn how to use a corn husker to open coconuts, how they dry vanilla, and use a special nutcracker to open up macadamia nuts. You can also feed their chickens and collect their colorful eggs.
The tour ends with a picnic where you can taste a variety of tropical fruits, coconuts, and macadamia nuts (both raw and roasted).
This is a great way to support a local family business. Plus it’s a nice way to mix things up between beaches and hikes.
This host committed to Airbnb’s COVID-19 safety guidelines.
Plan to wear a face covering during the tour.
62-394 Joseph P. Leong Hwy unit b
Haleiwa, HI 96712
From $36 / person
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See what it’s like to run an 8-acre tropical fruit farm. Ends with a picnic — taste the tropical fruits that are in season as well as macadamia nuts and coconuts.
Explore a Tropical Fruit Farm
WALKING TOUR | ORCHARD
Good to know
Rain Gear if the forecast calls for it
FOOD + DRINK
The tour ends with a picnic where you’ll taste farm-fresh tropical fruit, coconut, and macadamia nuts.
AMENITIES + PERKS
At the end of the tour, there are some honeycomb, shirts, merchandise for sale.
TIPS + TRICKS
You’ll be walking around in direct sun, so be sure to wear sunscreen and bring sunglasses, a hat, and water.
You can cancel and get a full refund if you do so at least 7 days before.
The fruit you’ll encounter depends on the season. [FYI: Peak mango season is June and July.]
There are no public bathrooms here, but there’s a Starbucks and McDonalds nearby.
They’ll provide all the equipment you need, like a coconut husker and macadamia nut cracker.
10 people max.
This is a family-friendly activity. Keep in mind that you’ll be in direct sunlight, so cover those kiddos in sunscreen and hats.
DID YOU KNOW?
Host Noe grew up on the land where the farm is now, when it was surrounded by sugarcane. She spent some time on the mainland but returned to help her family run the farm.
Last Updated 5 / 3 / 21
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