This 70 to 90 minute tour takes you through tine timeline of different ethnic groups and their structures as they arrived to work on a sugar plantation. The tour is the story of the different people and their individual cultures who adapted to the sugar plantation community camp. The structures represent the 7 varied major ethnic groups that came to work in the sugar plantation from 1823 to 1910. In addition, you tour buildings common to plantations, such as the camp store , infirmary, & camp office.
If possible, try to get tour guide Norm who grew up in Waipahu. Norm was wonderful to hear “talk story “ as the actual experiences and stories from his past brought a reality to our afternoon that was truly amazing .
Be sure to wear good walking shoes, wear sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat.
The village office has umbrellas to protect against the hot sun and rain.
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