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Gardens & Farms on Oahu

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Dole Pineapple Plantation

The Dole Pineapple Plantation celebrates the rich and delicious history of pineapple cultivation in Hawaii. The basic grounds are free and include pineapple-cutting demonstrations. Enjoy the fruit juice stand in the gift shop and the Plantation Grille Restaurant. The plantation is also home to the world’s largest maze, which is more than two miles long!

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Foster Botanical Garden

An oasis of tropical greenery, this botanical garden holds one of the largest collections of tropical plants in the United States, several of which are endangered or even extinct. Enjoy over fourteen acres of tropical trees and plants, including gardens with primitive cycads, palms, and hybrid orchids, as well as a butterfly-friendly garden and an "economic garden.”

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Waimea Valley Park

Waimea Valley boasts a thriving botanical garden, featuring both native and non-native plants that have been introduced to Hawaii over several millennia. Worthy of checking out are the hibiscus gardens and the native fern gardens, which are both are beautifully cultivated and maintained.

Kahuku Farms

Located on the North Shore of Oahu is this adorable farm and cafe. Sip on a delicious papaya smoothie while taking a tour of the farm via wagon. When you're done scoping out the locally grown fruit, herbs, and veggies, dive into a "farm pizza" with homemade pesto or refresh with homemade lilikoi sorbet.