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North Shore DOLE Pineapple Farm Tour

Quick Details

Waikiki pick up is approximately 7:00 am. Varies 5-10 minutes depending on pick up location:

Dole Pineapple Tour - Adult Ages 13 and over
$149
Dole Pineapple Tour - Child Ages 3-12
$119

Visit the Dole Pineapple Farm


The North Shore Dole Pineapple Farm Tour is a locally guided tour to Oahu’s North Shore where guests will have exclusive access to the iconic Dole Pineapple fields in Wahiawa. They will be able to view all steps of the Dole Pineapple Process. From planting and harvesting to processing and packing, guests will see it, feel it and taste this one-of-a-kind experience on Oahu which is a must-do when visiting Hawaii. Additional highlights include Greenworld Coffee Farms, lunch at a local food truck, historic Waialua Sugar Mill which is now a soap factory, a photo stop at a North Shore beach, and a stop at King Kamehameha Statue before returning to Waikiki.

 

Waikiki Pickup (7:00 am – 7:30 am)

Our semi-private shuttle will arrive at 7 am for pick up in Waikiki, with a local guide to help you prepare for a day of exploring the island of Oahu. Pick-up times vary by hotel and will be automatically assigned when you input your information into our online booking platform.

Greenworld Coffee Farms

We head straight up to the North Shore after pick up in Waikiki and make a stop at Greenworld Coffee Farms which offers a wide array of coffee and tea Samples daily for guests. A great way to refresh and grab a cup of coffee made from the beans of one of the 3000+ Arabica trees on the 7 acres of Greenworld Coffee Farm before heading to the Dole pineapple fields.

Dole Pineapple Fields and Pack House

Now for the first time, visitors can join Go Hawaii Tours as we venture into the Dole Pineapple farm to see the field workers planting and harvesting the pineapples with one of our local guides. This truly immersive experience will have the guest on and off the bus, walking with our guide through the fields and pineapple pack house to see the whole process Dole has perfected.

This is a one-of-a-kind experience on Oahu will even have the guest sample a pineapple straight from the pineapple fields, and before leaving each guest will receive a complimentary Hawaiian Gold Pineapple to take home with them.

Local Food Truck for Lunch

North Shore is well known for its food truck delicacies and our tour will stop at one of these culinary gems for lunch (Vegetarian options will be available). Guests must bring cash for lunch

Waialua Sugar Mill

After lunch, guests can navigate The Waialua Sugar Mill, formally known as the Chamberlain Plantation, a sugarcane plantation and historical sugar mill, located in the town of Waialua. It was in operation from 1865 until 1996. Popular stops to visit are the “soap factory” and “surfboard shop” found inside the old mill.

North Shore Beach Photo Stop and Turtle spotting

A trip to the North Shore without a stop at the beach is not a trip to the North Shore. Our guide will take the guests to a location where they can witness the beauty of a world-renowned North Shore Hawaiian beach and take photos to send back to family and friends back home. There are usually Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles on the beach as well. Turtle sightings are not guaranteed but are often seen. (There is no Swimming at the beach).

Hawaiian Coffee samples, Macadamia Nut Tastings, and Acai Bowl Stand

Next to Historic Haleiwa Town lies a hidden culinary gem, a local Macadamia shop that finds itself tucked away under the comforting shade of an aged Banyan tree. The macadamia nuts here are sourced from the foothills of Oahu’s tallest peak, Mt. Kaala, from an orchid comprising over 1200 macadamia nut trees on 24 acres. These are the freshest macadamia nuts on the whole island of Oahu, creating a wonderful edible experience as you continue your day trip into the history of Hawaiian agriculture. Other culinary delights located here include authentic North Shore Acai Bowls or tasty Kona coffee samples.

Old Haleiwa Town

Our last stop on the North Shore is a step back in time to one of Oahu’s oldest towns. Originally built as a home for immigrant sugar plantation workers, Haleiwa is now a quaint surf town, filled with a variety of boutique shops, surf shops, and shaved ice stops. As time has passed, the state has set up architectural guidelines requiring the design of existing buildings and newly erected buildings to reflect the plantation-style architecture of the early years of Haleiwa’s sugar industry which makes it a refreshing stop away from the bustling streets and tall buildings of Waikiki.

King Kamehameha Statue

Before returning to Waikiki and dropping off the guests, our guide will stop to see the King Kamehameha Statue. A perfect way to tie in some additional Hawaiian history on top of the agricultural lineage that they have just experienced through the day on the North Shore Dole Pineapple Tour.

Waikiki Return

Guests will be returned to their original pick-up location around 4:00 to 4:30. Please alert your guest to not schedule any tours and activities on the day of the tour.

 

Notes: Tour suitable for all ages except infants between the ages of 0-2, they are not allowed due to part of the tour being on a working farm. Strollers are not allowed on the bus and guests must purchase an additional seat if they wish to bring a car seat. Wheelchairs are also not recommended unless they fold up. Please be advised there will be a variety of terrain visited while on the tour; from sand, gravel, to dirt. Please take this into consideration when planning your attire. We discourage wearing pieces of jewelry as we are going into the Pineapple field.