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Leilani Farm Sanctuary, Haiku

(4.8/5 based on 65 reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • My wife and I love animals, and we just had to visit the Leilani Farm Sanctuary after reading about it on Trip Advisor. Tours are only offered by on Saturdays and Wednesdays, and reservations are requ...  more »
  • We were looking for an activity to break up the typical beach / dining out / other fun things while on our vacation and stumbled upon this place on tripadvisor. It took us an hour to get there from La...  more »
  • A couple of Turkeys(one big Tom named Mathew), Roosters, Hens, Cats, Guinea Pigs, Pigs, Pot Belly Pig, Goats, Donkeys...did I mention Cats? I am a cat guy so it could have just been a cat sanctuary an...  more »
Google
  • Great tour, we got to pet lots of different animals. We got to hold a goose and a chicken. Great tour, but bring bug spray for mosquitoes and shoes/boots you don't mind getting dirty because they will. I also suggest long pants since you are literally going from animal enclosure to animal enclosure. This is a real home to these animals and not a petting zoo.
  • What a wonderful, fun, heartwarming, and worthy non-profit to support. Laurelee has enhanced our community by all she has done with her land, her heart and her life by building this sanctuary. And that she shares it with the community via tours and service projects--truly amazing. How incredible to hold, pet, and kiss a wild boar, full grown turkey, axis deer (yes they let you pet them), donkeys, pigs, and my personal favorite, bottle feeding baby goats. What a special woman, that she not only can save an animal in crisis but nurture it in such a way that they trust the rest of us humans. This non-profit is so worth our support.
  • Found this in a magazine and decided to check it out. Unfortunately, they are not always open so call to make a reservation. From the outside it looked like a great place to spend some time with the animals.
  • The most amazing place to be!