Tropical Farms (The Macadamia Nut Farm Outlet), Kaneohe

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Get a behind-the-scenes look at the production and growth of one of the country's most popular nuts at Tropical Farms (The Macadamia Nut Farm Outlet) on Oahu's eastern seaboard. Visit the farm and join the guided tour of the grounds, where you'll learn about the origins of the famous nut--which is not actually native to Hawaii--as well as the state's role in its popularity. The tour also gives you some insight into Hawaiian culture and history, the local flora and fauna, and the other fruits grown on the farm. You'll have a chance to sample many varieties of the tasty nut back at the shop, as well as purchase some of the many macadamia-based products. Before you go, be sure to go around the back of the farm for a view of the nearby mountain. For travelers who use our online itinerary creator, Kaneohe holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Tropical Farms (The Macadamia Nut Farm Outlet) and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • They carry a good selection of dried fruits, roasted macadamia nuts with various flavours, coffee, and other local products. There are also a few stands selling coconut water, jewelry and... 
    They carry a good selection of dried fruits, roasted macadamia nuts with various flavours, coffee, and other local products. There are also a few stands selling coconut water, jewelry and...  more »
  • We found this during my research on places to stop on a drive around the island. There is a large gravel parking lot so there was plenty of parking. The shop is an open air shop and has a few... 
    We found this during my research on places to stop on a drive around the island. There is a large gravel parking lot so there was plenty of parking. The shop is an open air shop and has a few...  more »
  • I kept my "macadamia hopes" for the Big Island after we were going to visit after Oahu but I must admit in the retrospective that I really enjoyed Tropical Farms here more than the Hamauka store in... 
    I kept my "macadamia hopes" for the Big Island after we were going to visit after Oahu but I must admit in the retrospective that I really enjoyed Tropical Farms here more than the Hamauka store in...  more »
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  • Nice pit stop on our tour of Oahu. They offered free coffee samples. I recommend the Kona Macadamia blend - mild but delicious. A well provisioned store with a variety of art and Macadamia nuts based products. There a variety of smaller stores located outside on the periphery. Not much to look at beyond the store, maybe because of the weather but I didn't see anything indicating otherwise. Nothing super special beyond a nice place to stop on the way to somewhere else.
  • Freshly packed nuts right from the farm in various flavors and you get to sample them before buying it. They also serve free Kona macadamia coffee. Prices are quite decent and are actually slightly below most grocery store macadamia nut packets. Our favorite ones were the coffee covered and roasted salted ones. The garlic onion ones were also quite good. They also sell souvenirs (including general Hawaiian), coffee, chips etc. Tons of photo opportunities as well with a great background of the mountain and monkeypod trees.
  • This place was great. We happen to be here during the clouds rolling in. The macadamia nut here was great they give you samples of coffee and nuts. This is a must go location to visit when on the island. The beach near by is a must to spend some time around this area.
  • Fresh and tasty macadamia nuts with different flavors (salty, caramel, coffee, honey, garlic-onion, natural, cinnamon…). You can try them all (free samples) and buy your favorite one (good price)! Other souvenirs like coffee, spice sauces, local jewelry, and so.
  • NO TOURS. they aren't doing any more tours due to covid so don't come expecting. Nice stop off the highway and delicious nuts. A few other cute shops and stores

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