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Big Island Bees, Captain Cook

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  • What a pretty place for an apiary. We all enjoyed our visit, tasting some good honey, and supporting a local business. It is a wonderful conservation as the bees pollinate so we can have wonderful mac...  more »
  • Pretty drive to this location. Beekeepers were welcoming and very knowledgeable. Enjoyed the honey tasting and viewing of the bee hives. This is a free trip and there is no hard sell to buy anything i...  more »
  • The Honey tasted so amazing! The tour was well worth it!! However highly recommend for kids 8+ not best place for little ones! 
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  • I did a tour here after making a simple reservation the night before. Was easy to do on their website with an email confirmation and the tour is free. I noticed you can also drop in if they have space on the tour you're free to join or if you want just stop by to buy some honey and bee based product. They have a nice little one room museum of bee keeping that is also interesting. Wasn't hard to find with Google maps and it's a very pretty location. The gals on site were immediately welcoming and friendly. Easy to talk to and approachable. The tour isn't very long but is informative and you can ask questions if you have them. And of course a big part of it being a free tour is that honey is for sale! You know this going in, it's not required but after a tasting it's just about a necessity! I bought enough to have mine shipped for free. What these people do here is very important for a lot of reasons. It's good they also inform the public. I enjoyed my visit!
  • Cool free tour. There are bees all over (duh) but they are very nice. We got to see them open a hive and show us around, even saw the queen. The honey however is sold at Costco for much cheaper ($20/bottle vs $36), and is the same, though Costco has only one flavor (the original flower one).
  • The girl who explained the company, bees, hives and science knew a lot. Very knowledgeable.
  • Some of the best honey iv ever had. The workers are really helpful as well.
  • Very informative. The gift shop has an option to ship for you. The tour is free and you get to taste some awesome honey flavors.