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Interactive culinary attraction focused on the cultural and nutritional aspects of coconuts, featuring hands-on cooking classes and a tour of the lush premises.
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  • Becki P
    Minneapolis, MN25 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    This was our first time to the sanctuary and both felt it was a highlight of our trip. It was so fun feeding and petting the animals and learning their stories. Our guide was wonderful as well!! Highly recommend!
    Written February 11, 2024
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  • Sartorial79
    Parkersburg, WV357 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    If you’re driving the Road to Hana, you will find many neat roadside attractions. One that my husband and I found to be particularly cool was the lava tubes. Definitely check this out while you are there! There is a fee of around $15/person and that includes your flashlight rental, you’ll want a good one, trust us, it gets dark! Once we were in the tube we turned our flashlights out to see exactly how pitch black it is.
    They are approximately 960 years old and were formed as a result of molten lava spilling from underground and flowing towards the ocean. Lots of informative signs along the way. Its other-worldly feel will make you glad you stopped. It’s really cool, literally! The underground tubes stay anywhere between 66 and 72 degrees F which can be a nice break from that Hawaiian heat!
    There is also a fall out shelter that is stocked with enough supplies to feed 15 people for 6 weeks! Wear decent shoes with a good tread because the cave floors are cinder-like and uneven. Definitely not wheelchair accessible.
    Written June 12, 2024
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  • Lynn M
    Victoria, Canada5 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    The kindness and humanity of the owners is remarkable. The are devoted to caring for animals that others discard. No animal is left behind.

    The facilities are very clean and well-run. One can see how well the animals and birds are cared for, and cared for.

    I was moved by their work and made a donation to help them as it is very expensisve to do this work.

    I held a very young fawn, an orphan, as its mother was hit by a car.

    Please visit and donate to this amazing place of love and compassion for animals.
    Lynn
    Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
    Written April 7, 2024
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  • Jason N
    5 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Fantastic experience for anyone and everyone. The people are the best part of this loving community.
    Written November 10, 2022
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  • Laura L
    Plano, Texas, United States5 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    The crew was friendly and helpful. Only reason I didn’t give 5 stars is they told us they “clean” the fish for us, but really all they did was cut the head off and scrape the scales. Maybe that’s normal, we were just caught by surprise when we went to cook them. Didn’t have the equipment to properly prepare the fish at our condo. Otherwise great trip.
    Written August 20, 2019
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  • lwj
    San Jose, CA7,118 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    The Haiku Mill was only used a short time for processing sugar cane on Maui and is now used as a destination venue for weddings or similar gatherings.
    It is located a short distance up Haiku Road from the Hana Highway.
    The tour is interesting and not very long, maybe an hour. The grounds and the building features an eclectic collection of objects from around the world.
    It is a nice and easy walk... a relaxing and picturesque way to spend an hour or two.

    Written September 15, 2019
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  • Lauren V
    1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Our morning at Coconut Information was amazing. Ryan and his family’s amazing property and garden were the perfect setting. Ryan is knowledgeable, kind and has a laid back demeanour that keeps the day relaxed and fun. We learned so much about coconuts and had fun as a family. We still talk about our time there when we get together!
    Written March 1, 2024
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  • beth ann k
    Halstead, KS1,801 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    This was an okay stop for views on the Road to Hana, but there are restrooms, and of course, feral cats.
    Written March 2, 2023
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  • beth ann k
    Halstead, KS1,801 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Take a picture as you drive by. The day we went, it was raining, so this was "roaring" down. Just a nice slow down on the Road to Hana.
    Written March 2, 2023
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  • Mark S
    Corrales, NM3,473 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    This park is located on the spot where the 4th Marine Division staged and trained during WWII. Lovely spot is now also a great park for kids. A lovely memorial of a much harder time in Maui's past...
    Written February 28, 2018
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  • SoCalOregonian
    Murrieta, CA10,377 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    The church is located a short ways off the Hana, but well worth the 20 minute detour. 5 minutes there, 10 to walk around the grounds and 5 back to the Hana. The church was locked when we visited but looks well maintained so may still be in use. There is a small cemetety located on church property.
    Written October 25, 2016
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  • Lolo0777
    El Cerrito, CA9 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We found this in a Hana Highway guidebook and it was well worth the visit. It was our first real jaunt out of the touristy areas, into the Hawaiian countryside. The goal of Lanikai Farms is to provide sustainable aquaculture lessons to nearby schools; the ponds are on the same land as the orchid greenhouse though the two operations are not interactive as far as water circulations, for reasons which will be explained on the tour. The orchid tour is wonderful, with bits of science constantly thrown in; it's not just an excuse to ohh and ahh at pretty orchids. The grounds outside of the greenhouse (in fact, the whole neighborhood) are beautiful as well. The tour is $15 per person, and you should call ahead to make reservations. The tour comes complete with orchid samples that you can take back to the mainland, though be sure to wash off any bits of soil as you go through the agricultural inspection station, because they seemed to care much more about the soil than the plants. See Lanikai Farms website for more details: http://www.lanikaifarms.com/. Note also that this is not a large tourist attraction set up. It was very informal, just us as a group, and we were able to ask a constant stream of questions and have them answered directly.
    Written January 24, 2015
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