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Maui Tropical Plantation
Maui Tropical Plantation

Maui Tropical Plantation

Open daily 8am - 9pm
1670 Honoapiilani Highway, Waikapu, 96793

The Basics

Visitors have several ways of exploring the plantation grounds. Take a tram ride around the beautiful grounds to learn about the island’s agricultural past and Hawaii’s native plants and tropical fruits, watch a live coconut-husking demonstration, zipline above the plantation, or shop for seasonal organic produce, including tasty tropical fruit, macadamia nuts, and other made-in-Maui products. Admission to the park is free, although each attraction or experience has its own fee, allowing travelers to customize their visit. The plantation tour is included on the Maui Value Pass, along with entry to the Atlantis Maui Submarine Adventure, Maui Ocean Center, and Bailey House Museum.

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Private Tour of Maui, the Valley Isle
Private Tour of Maui, the Valley Isle
$270.00 per adult
Traveler Favorite
Great personalized tour! Cannot go wrong!
This is the best way to tour the island, customized to suit our needs. Our guide was extremely knowledgeable of everything about the island. We saw spectacular sites and did some mild hiking. Since my wife is a non-swimmer we basically just enjoyed the beach views and the sites. We also did the Ocean Distillery private tasting and then hit some food trucks near the airport. He matched our desires perfectly. I will definitely recommend this tour to all planning to visit Maui.
Howard_B, Aug 2021

Things to Know Before You Go

  • The Maui Tropical Plantation is a must-see for families.

  • Don’t forget to bring sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat.

  • Much of the plantation is wheelchair accessible.

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How to Get There

Maui Tropical Plantation is situated in Central Maui in the town of Waikapu, about 30 minutes from Wailea and 40 minutes from Lahaina by road. The easiest way to get there is to drive.

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When to Get There

Maui Tropical Plantation is open daily. The summer season (July to September) sees the least rainfall in Maui, making it a good time to experience the plantation’s outdoor attractions. Be sure to book ahead if a cruise ship is in port—the plantation is a popular excursion.

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Dining at the Maui Tropical Plantation

Come hungry, because the plantation grounds offer several culinary experiences. Sip a small-batch Hawaiian coffee at the Mill House Roasting Co., tuck into a multicourse meal at Maui Chef’s Table, dine on farm-to-table fare by a quiet lagoon at The Mill House, or satisfy a craving for something sweet at The Scoop, known for its ice creams and smoothies, all freshly made with plantation-grown ingredients.

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