North Shore Dole Pineapple Farm Tour, Lunch Included

Roberts HawaiiHotel Pick-upHonolulu, Oahu, HI 96814
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Overview

Experience the tropical North Shore Dole Pineapple Farm Tour, a delightful journey through lush fields and fragrant gardens. Discover the juicy history of Dole, learn about pineapple cultivation, and savor the farm's sweet produce. Perfect for families and adventurers, this 7-hour tour offers a captivating glimpse into Hawaii's rich agricultural heritage.

up to 7 hrs 1 or more people

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Honolulu, Oahu Travel Experts
  • Step into the heart of Hawaii’s pineapple heritage with a visit to the renowned Dole Pineapple fields in Wahiawa on this 7-hour tour.
  • This family-friendly adventure is enjoyable for all ages. Lap children ages three and under can join for free.
  • Includes roundtrip transportation with pick-up and drop-off at your hotel or a nearby location.
  • Call the number on your e-ticket to confirm your pick-up location and arrive at least 10 minutes prior to your scheduled time.
  • Get a taste of Oahu’s local flavors, including locally grown Arabica coffee, pineapples, macadamia nuts, and, time permitting, sugarcane.
  • Savor a delicious local lunch at Kaena Point’s Camp Erdman.
  • Learn about Hawaii’s history and culture from a knowledgeable local guide.
  • Dress in weather-appropriate, comfortable clothing and closed-toe shoes for the best experience.

Description

from North Shore Dole Pineapple Farm Tour
Discover the tropical allure of Oahu's North Shore on the exclusive North Shore Dole Pineapple Farm Tour. This captivating excursion offers an in-depth look at Hawaii's pineapple heritage, all while exploring the iconic Dole Pineapple fields in Wahiawa.

From planting to harvesting, processing, and packing, you’ll experience the complete Dole Pineapple Process firsthand. Feel the thrill of seeing, touching, and tasting the essence of Oahu in this must-do Hawaiian experience!

Additional highlights include Greenworld Coffee Farms, a local lunch at Kaena Point’s Camp Erdman, the historic Waialua Sugar Mill, which is now a soap factory, a photo stop at a North Shore beach, and a stop at King Kamehameha Statue before returning to Waikiki.

Itinerary:
  • Your day begins with pick-up in an air-conditioned tour vehicle, led by a knowledgeable local guide, from Waikiki between 7:00 AM and 7:30 AM. Get ready for a day filled with island exploration and rich cultural insights.
  • Amidst over 3000 Arabica trees, indulge in an array of exquisite coffee and tea samples at Greenworld Coffee Farms, the perfect kick-start to your day’s adventure.
  • Stop at the Dole Pineapple Fields and Pack House for a unique opportunity to walk alongside the local guides into the Royal Hawaiian Gold Pineapple Farm. Witness farmers planting and harvesting pineapples. Each guest departs with a delicious memento of your visit.
  • Savor a delicious deli picnic-style lunch at the YMCA of Honolulu’s Camp Erdman at Kaena Point
  • After lunch, explore the historical Waialua Sugar Mill, once a thriving sugarcane plantation and now a unique soap factory and surfboard shop.
  • Your journey continues with a picturesque drive-by at the North Shore Beach, famed for its serene beauty and potential sightings of Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles.
  • Uncover the culinary secrets of Oahu at a local Macadamia shop, nestled under a majestic Banyan tree. Sample the island’s freshest macadamia nuts, sourced from the lush slopes of Mt. Kaala, and other island delights like authentic North Shore Acai Bowls and Kona coffee.
  • The penultimate stop is Old Haleiwa Town, a charming step back into Hawaii’s sugar plantation era.
  • Last stop is the revered King Kamehameha Statue, a fitting finale to a day immersed in Hawaiian history and culture.





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Frequently Asked Questions about North Shore Dole Pineapple Farm Tour

Where does the tour depart from?

The North Shore Dole Pineapple Farm Tour includes hotel pick-up from Waikiki area hotels. After booking, please call the number on your e-ticket to verify your pick-up location and time. Remember to arrive 10 minutes early for your scheduled pick-up.

How long is the North Shore Dole Pineapple Farm Tour?

The North Shore Dole Pineapple Farm Tour lasts approximately 7 hours, not including hotel pick-up and drop-off time.

Is the tour appropriate for children?

Yes, all ages are welcome to join this exclusive tour. Children ages three (3) and under can join for free if they can be securely held on their guardian’s lap. Car seats are not provided. If the guardian requires a seat for the child under the age of 4, the regular rate will be applicable.

What should I wear?

It is recommended to wear weather-appropriate clothes for maximum comfort, no jewelry for safety, and closed-toe shoes, especially for walking on red soil during the trip to the pineapple farm.

What should I bring?

Bring a camera/smartphone for pictures, sunscreen, and cash for the shops, restaurants and gratuities.

Is there an onboard restroom in the tour vehicle?

There are no restrooms on the tour vehicles. Scheduled restroom stops are made for guest comfort and smooth operation. If needed, inform your driver, but understand there are limited permitted stops.

Do children need car seats when joining the tour?

According to Hawaii law (HI Rev Stat section 291-11.5), emergency, commercial, and mass transit vehicle operators are not required to use child passenger restraints.

Is smoking allowed inside the tour vehicle?

No, smoking is not permitted on the bus per Hawaii State Law HRS328J. Additionally, as of July 1, 2015 (Act 123, SLH 2015), smoking, including electronic cigarettes and all tobacco products, is banned in all Hawaii State Parks, covering beaches, picnic and camping areas, trails, and roadways.

Is the tour wheelchair accessible?

No, sorry. Due to uneven terrain like dirt, sand, and gravel that the guests will encounter, the tour is unfortunately not wheelchair accessible.