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Agricultural Tourism

Fruit Stand

Much of the land on Hawaii Island that was covered with sugarcane in the 19th and 20th centuries has now given way to diversified farming – flowers, tropical fruit, coffee, nuts, artisan veggies, pulp wood, aquaculture. These farms, using sustainable practices, are supplying local chefs who demand the freshest ingredients for their famous Hawaii Regional Cuisine dishes. Some farmers welcome visitors, and you can also meet them at the many farmers’ markets around the island.

Hawaii AgVentures, a program of the Hawaii Island Farm Bureau, combines the people, foods and farms of Hawaii Island into experiences of diverse cultures, extraordinary produce and natural beauty. Hawaii AgVentures works to coordinate your interests with participating growers and processors, providing a full range of visits around the island.

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National Parks

The island of Hawaii has five national parks, sites and trails, each with its own natural beauty and cultural significance. Of course we have famous Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, home of the world’s most active volcano, but also historic “place of refuge” Puuhonua o Honaunau, the imposing temple Puukohola, where family blood was spilled to unite the island, the more than 175-mile Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail, and Kaloko-Honokohau, where aquaculture was practiced in ancient times.

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