Maui Gold Pineapple Tour


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Learn everything about Hawaii's "King of Fruits" on a fun, informative tour led by island locals. Colorful commentary weaves the area's history into modern day life on an authentic, working pineapple farm. Tour Bus

    View some of Maui's most spectacular scenery while touring the fields during an active harvest. Learn first-hand about pineapple's unique growing and harvesting cycle. Sample fresh pineapple and harvest one of the royal fruits to take home as a memento of your tour.


Pineapple Express Tour

  • Monday through Friday
    9 am 11:45 am
  • Saturday-Sunday, 11:45 am
  • Visit Honolua Pineapple Plantation fields.
    Taste & pick a pineapple to take home.



Pineapple PicnicTour

  • Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
  • 11:45 am - 2:45 pm
  • Visit Honolua Pineapple Plantation fields.
    Taste & pick a pineapple to take home.
  • Plate lunch on oberservation deck


Pineapple Signature Tour

  • Friday
  • 11:45 am - 3:00 pm
  • Visit Honolua Pineapple Plantation fields.
    Taste & pick a pineapple to take home.
  • Plate lunch at The Plantation House
    or Pineapple Grill


 

Grow Your Own!

Keep the memory of Maui alive. Grow your own pineapple plant from the pineapple you take home and enjoy this delectable fruit again in about 18 months.

Planting Directions:

  • Cut the crown from the pineapple just above where the stem comes out of the top of the body
  • Remove any of the fruity part of the pineapple from the crown
  • Pull off the outer leaves of the crown, leaving 6 to 8 big leaves near the center
  • Set this shoot aside for 2-3 days to dry out
  • Put the shoot in water (about 1/2-inch deep; water shouldn’t touch the leaves)
  • Place it in a bright spot out of direct sunlight for a few weeks to encourage roots to develop
  • After you see the roots beginning to grow, transplant the crown to a medium-size pot containing soil that drains well
  • Place the pot in a bright location and water your plant daily
  • Once the young plant is established, pour a cupful of well-balanced, diluted, water-soluble liquid fertilizer into the top of the plant once a month.

Your plant should develop a red bud after about 12 months. From this stage, the pineapple fruit will begin to develop and in three to six months, it should be ready to enjoy!

Upcountry Pineapple Tour

  • Tuesday & Saturday
  • 9:00 am - 11:00 am
  • Check-in at Hāli‘imaile Plantation office
    See farmers plant and pick pineapples as they did a century ago.

    Taste & pick a pineapple to take home.


 

 


Age limit: Minimum 2 years.
Parents must bring car safety seat
Tour check-in: Kapalua Adventure Center
or Hāli‘imaile Plantation office for Upcountry Tour

Comfortable, closed-toe shoes, sunscreen
and a hat are recommended.


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Or call the Maui Golf Shop Activities Desk
Toll Free - 800 981-5512

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