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Maui Tropical Plantation, Wailuku

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Farm · Tourist Spot
See colorful flowers, taste juicy fruit, and learn about Hawaiian agriculture at Maui Tropical Plantation. This working plantation grows a huge variety of tropical plants, such as hibiscus, pineapples, mangoes, papayas, and bananas, as well as renowned Hawaiian coffee. You can take a narrated tram tour of the plantation or explore on your own. For adventure seekers, the plantation has towers connected by ziplines. You can buy locally made products at the plantation store or taste them at one of the restaurants. The plantation often hosts live events, and you can check the schedule and purchase tour tickets online. Add Maui Tropical Plantation and other attractions to your Wailuku trip itinerary using our Wailuku driving holiday planner.
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  • I was not sure what to expect. The tram tour was neat. They explained the different things on the working farm. Let us get out of the tram to see the Coconut husking demo. The demo was...  more »
  • Catch the tram ride, it's worth the adventure. From the information you learn about the local land, produce, and culture to the coconut shucking and chocolate covered apple bananas from the market...  more »
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  • This was a great place for my wife and I to go to for our anniversary. We enjoyed a fantastic meal at the Mill House. The gift shop was clean, spacious, fair priced, had courteous staff, and good prices. There were items here that we didn't see often around Maui too! We didn't get to take the plantation tour, it was sold out for the one we tried to go too, next time! But we did walk around after dinner, great place.
  • Great place to relax especially if you have kids in your group. You can get snacks and coffee and relax outside on their big lawn next to the pond. They also have a restaurant but didn’t try it. The girl that works in the visitor information booth is absolutely gorgeous. And the fruit stand out front has delicious fruits and veggies.

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