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ONO Organic Farms

#12 of 31 things to do in Hana Features Animals
149 Hana Highway, Hana, Maui, HI
+1 808-248-7779
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i love this family

i grew up with these kids eating dried whole bananas and fresh fruits. a very lovely family and... read more

Reviewed 25 May 2016
Hana, Hawaii
Go hungry for the tour and tasting

A great way to spend an afternoon. Just be ready to sample ample amounts of exotic and organic... read more

Reviewed 22 May 2016
Lexington, Kentucky
via mobile
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Ono Organic Farms is a family owned and operated tropical fruit farm in Hana, Hawaii. Our family has been farming organically for over 30 years. We specialize in apple bananas, papaya, avocado, and a variety of exotic fruits including durian! Our Estate Coffee has been called "the Rolls-Royce of Hawaiian coffee, because the ride is so smooth!" Chuck grew up surfing and growing things along Maui's southern shore. He and his wife Lilly own and manage the farm with the help of numerous sons, daughters, grandkids, and apprentices. The richness and beauty of the land keep everyone happy and healthy.We sell our products at a roadside market stand in Hana, just past the gas station. Meet us there, 9 to 5, 7 days a week! We also offer Exotic Fruit Tasting Adventures at the farm, Monday through Friday at 1:30 pm by reservation. Come enjoy our Estate Coffee and an exquisite variety of fresh fruit -- fun for the whole family!
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149 Hana Highway, Hana, Maui, HI
+1 808-248-7779
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Reviewed 25 May 2016

i grew up with these kids eating dried whole bananas and fresh fruits. a very lovely family and great people doing right by the "aina" land. aloha cousins!

Thank candigurlred
Reviewed 22 May 2016 via mobile

A great way to spend an afternoon. Just be ready to sample ample amounts of exotic and organic fruits. Take a bottle of water and some bug repellent for a most enjoyable experience.

2  Thank FunTravelsfor2
Reviewed 20 May 2016

We stopped here and had the freshest, sweetest, most amazing mangoes and pineapples we've ever tasted! The guys working the stand cut and cored the pineapple while we waited and it was so good. Unbelievably priced too! Oh, and while we waited they gave us...More

1  Thank Steve M
Reviewed 14 April 2016

After a few days in Lahaina area, we drove to Hana and stayed overnight there for two nights so we had plenty of time to do the tour at Ono. I don't recommend trying to do this after driving the road to Hana. You'll be...More

3  Thank DC/VATravelGirl
Reviewed 11 April 2016

On the way out of town past Hana they have an amazing fruit stand with a great staff. They give free samples. And it organic

Thank Henry S
Reviewed 4 March 2016

The visit to Lili Onos organic farm was a true eye opener. The way she and her employees have found out which fruits grow best next to each other to enhance their growth making fertilizing with non organic fertilizers unneccesary. Bananaleaves will fertilize certain crops,...More

1  Thank Janice K
Reviewed 3 March 2016

Come hungry - you're going to eat so much fruit you could ruin your dinner like we did! It's also the steepest driveway I'd ever seen in my life. Look for mailbox 149 along the highway, but call ahead to RSVP. It's $35 and worth...More

Thank wanderer630
Reviewed 9 February 2016

Getting to Ono is not easy but if you find yourself in Hana and you love knowing where your food comes from be sure to sign up for a tour. Ono is a family run organic farm that supplies the islands with fruits that were...More

1  Thank mvon
Reviewed 13 December 2015

we spent a wonderful afternoon being guided through this beautiful organic fruit farm, tasting so many wonderful exotic fruits ......even loved the durian......very informative and interesting

Thank mooshimom
Reviewed 19 November 2015 via mobile

The fruit really is exceptional. I'll try to recall all that we tried but know I will not remember it all; Maui gold pineapple, papaya with key lime squeezed on top, mango, vi fruit, durian, jackfruit, a ripe coffee bean fruit, four types of bananas...More

Thank AminaTree
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Hi! Curious about the back road to Hana? Have a serious problem with the description of the scary one so don't think we'll do it this trip even with a driver. The farm sounds great but I think two people described the backroad as less windy....ok, that's good, but someone else said more hair-raising? What say you Forum members? I have a thing about open spaces and heights...like going up White Face Mtn. in NY was not my cup of tea or pulling up to an overlook and not being able to see ground in front of me. Behind on my homework....had surgery 6 wks ago and we leave Sunday. Thanks!
26 February 2016|
Response from mooshimom | Reviewed this property |
love road to hana and do not find it scary if you travel midday when it is not busy - in my mind it is NOT worth the trip unless one stays at least 1 overnite in Hana - but then I live in Oregon and beautiful waterfalls are... More