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Surfing Goat Dairy, Kula

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To see how a goat dairy works, take a tour of Surfing Goat Dairy. Learn about the craft of cheese making using modern machinery, pet the goats, and sample homemade cheese at the end. The tours start every 30 minutes, and no reservations are required. Volcanic landscapes surround the 17 hectare (42 acre) farm. To visit Surfing Goat Dairy and other attractions in Kula, use our Kula trip itinerary builder.
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  • In upcountry Maui. Not a ton to learn but cute and informative. Did short casual tour for 30 minutes. Would have been fun to do milking tours. We got to feed them. No place to eat in the area so glad ...  more »
  • This is my second visit, this time without kids. We did not do the tour; but loved it the previous time. They had baby goats in the baby goat pen this round, that were adorable. Take the tour if it's ...  more »
  • I was so excited to visit this place. We have 6 goats of our own and I just thought visiting Hawaii goats would be awesome. Loved the gift store, small but fun. We went on the evening chore and milkin...  more »
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  • We are so glad we stopped in on our trip up Haleakala. The goats are adorable and the cheese tasting was so yummy. We couldn't resist buying cheese and chocolate truffles! They even have a great way to take cheese home on the plane. The tour is short but informative and easy for kids or older adults to navigate.
  • Such a cute place where you can pet the baby goats from the neck down. The food is good at affordable prices. I would definitely recommend trying a few different cheeses. The goat cheese is not that strong and they have great selection of flavors. The goat milk ice cream is also good.
  • We really enjoyed this farm. It is small and pretty low key but still a fun short stop. We did not do a tour. There is a pen of baby goats that you can pet. My son loved this! They also offer a few samples of free goat cheese which were all great! The soap they sell is amazing and we all ended up buying some!
  • My suggestion: Bring your own crackers, wine, and cured meats along with you when you go. Sample the goat cheeses, and select your favorite six as a flight. Then, sit down at their lovely patio and enjoy your new delicious cheeses with all your favorite charcuterie standbys. Outside food and drink is welcome at their dairy. This place is a perfect way to meet some dairy goats and enjoy a peaceful and tasty lunch away from the heavy/touristy Maui traffic.
  • A lot of fun watching the little goats play. Excellent goat cheese, chocolate and gelato! You can take a tour of the diary if you want too.