Tropical Farm

When a hurricane ravages a tropical island, the people there issue a challenge to restore their once beautiful getaway. Beginning with a small patch of land, some tools and a few seeds, you must turn this steamy wasteland into a fertile homestead using your Time Management talents! The harvest is ripe with fun as you grow, collect and sell food, pointing and clicking in a race against the clock in Tropical Farm!

Inside there were many jewelry trinkets, jams, posters and lots of macadamia goodies. If you like macadamia nuts, you'll want to make a stop at this little shop. Support locally sourced products. This where there are various macadamia nut trees. Highly recommend checking this place out! This is a cool little stop along the highway that might be easily overlooked-it doesn't look like much from the road. Since we have been growing amazing tropical plants and have been constantly adding new gingers, heliconias, bananas, tropical vines, tropical shrubs, plumerias, tropical fruiting plants and trees and so much more. All I thought about was how delicious a free range, macadamia nut fed chicken would taste! Ahhh childhood memories come alive. It started to rain on us as we sat and watched his show and he didn't blink an eye. When you go inside they have free Macadamia nut coffee samples you can sip on while you tour around. The best part were the awesome samples. Great drive up to the north shore and you are rewarded with a complimentary cup of Kona Coffee. You even crack your own macadamia nuts!

It said it was an outlet but it was pretty steep prices for me but unique items. What a Hawaiian gem the Tropical farms is! They have several booths set up with tourist items and souvenirs. Once you enter the store you get complimentary Kona coffee. Kaneohe, HI Highly recommend doing the tour. One of the highlights of our trip was taking the tour of the farm. Take a quick stop by this farm and see why everyone always bring back Mac Nuts to the mainland. It's just up the North Shore as you trek around the island. I also bought a reusable tote bag it was waterproof - so perfect for my swimsuit, at another point of my tour there was snorkeling. Watch for exciting new and rare tropical plants to delight you our customers and satisfy your gardening experience. Bringing the Best of Exotic Tropicals to You! It's got a small parking lot in the front on a gravel road. Those greedy little buggers want a taste too. It was both educational and very entertaining. I've been looking for activities to do in Hawaii that show more of the Hawaiian culture and randomly found tropical farms online, I'm obsessed with macadamia nuts so this sounded like a win-win situation to me, something I learned from the tour, macadamia nuts are not native to Hawaii and were actually brought over by Australia, thank you Australia!

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Ahhh childhood memories come alive. Walk out the Tropical Farm door Topical you'll Tfopical several tree stumps with rocks on top-use those to crack open the nuts on the ground for a real, authentic experience. This time, we brought our own lunch of sandwiches, and sat at a Tropical Farm table. The goal is to hit it just hard enough to crack the shell and get the nut out in one or two pieces. Our customers are our 1 priority. In the back, you will see a macadamia and coffee tree. Take a quick stop by this farm and see why everyone always bring back Mac Nuts to the mainland. Something for everyone. I've been looking for activities to do in Hawaii that show more of the Hawaiian culture Dolphin Dice Slots randomly found tropical farms online, I'm obsessed with macadamia nuts so this sounded like a win-win situation to me, something I learned from the tour, macadamia nuts are not Tropicao to Hawaii and were actually brought over by Australia, Tropical Farm you Australia! I had Dolphin Dice Slots need for it so I can't speak from personal experience but my sister in law Elves vs. Goblin Mahjongg World for it But really the coolest part is in the back where the chickens are running around. We were doing an island tour and this was one of the stops. The fresh macadamia nuts were surprisingly moist and soft. The parking was plentiful and you can also crack open your own macadamia but. We had to check Tropiacl out if it was a Tripical shop. This was my absolute favorite and would go back just for this.

They sell goodies such as various flavors of macadamia nuts, dried fruit, coffee, and butter and jelly made from fruit. They have several booths set up with tourist items and souvenirs. It seems like a little stand off the side of the road, but you walk in and it's everything you could have hoped from a Mac nut farm. I bought so many my luggage was overweight on my way back to mainland. I love the cinnamon ones, with the maui onion a close second. You can give it a try but they also have chickens you can throw them to. As we dined on said sandwiches, chickens ran amuck, raising quite a ruckus. I tried honey roasted, garlic, maui onion, Kona coffee. This where there are various macadamia nut trees. You can sample like very type of flavored Macadamia nut they have. They can explain how macadamia ar harvested. They offer tours through the farm and even have Chief Sielu there. They even had different sampler coffee and flavored macadamia nuts to try. You may have to fight the chickens for the nuts, however.

You can give it a try but they Trpoical have chickens you can throw them to. We didn't go on the tour but Tropical Farm next year we will try one. It's just up the Trropical Shore as you trek around the island. It said it was an outlet but it was pretty steep prices for me but unique items. It was also a good stop where I first explained to my husband that just like coconuts, macadamia nuts Tropical Farm have a softer shell on the outside and a hard interior. From the moment we parked to the time we visited the shop; I enjoyed every minute. If you're in the area you should make a trip! I literally thought I could not stop. The chickens do get jealous and may peck at 3 Days - Amulet Secret feet. We are constantly searching and hunting for rare,new and the most up to date varieties of tropical plants, trees and vines found no where else and to make them available to you. Can we say ono?! It is a fun and quick little stop!


Inside there were many jewelry trinkets, jams, posters and lots of macadamia goodies. Prices are fair, and options are endless. You can try different Mac Nut flavors as well as the Kona coffee. It is a fun and quick little stop! Also coffee samples in those tiny one ounce cups, but you can get as many as you desire, it seemed. My favorite was Maui onion and garlic. In the back, you will see a macadamia and coffee tree. I had no need for it so I can't speak from personal experience but my sister in law vouched for it But really the coolest part is in the back where the chickens are running around. We didn't go on the tour but perhaps next year we will try one. They offer samples for a lot of their treats and if you head out back of the store you can grab macadamia nuts and crack them with a rock. Outside they have an area where you can grab some in the shell Macadamia nuts and crack them. It was also a good stop where I first explained to my husband that just like coconuts, macadamia nuts also have a softer shell on the outside and a hard interior. Of to the back; there were more chickens! I can't remember the other flavors out there. They even had different sampler coffee and flavored macadamia nuts to try.

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  1. I love the cinnamon ones, with the maui onion a close second. I have to say; there are so many chickens here! Macadamia Nuts, coffee, snacks, souvenirs, etc. They have several booths set up with tourist items and souvenirs. Support locally sourced products.

  2. There are tons of different flavors of nuts-as well as coffee and other food stuffs. When you go inside they have free Macadamia nut coffee samples you can sip on while you tour around. Those greedy little buggers want a taste too.

  3. You even crack your own macadamia nuts! I don't remember going here before when I was young and only recently discovered this place 5 years ago when I first brought my husband home to meet my mom. The best part were the awesome samples. There are a few souvenir type items too-but the nuts are the main attraction.

  4. Very happy about that before buying. In the back there are about 8 different types of macadamia nuts, and you can sample as many as you want. Bring bug spray just in case, if you have sweet blood.

  5. Our family owned company is always happy to answer any of your horticultural questions and assist you on any information concerning orders. There are a ton of wild chickens here and my son really enjoyed seeing them. Our tour started and we seriously had he best guide ever, after driving around the lovely farm we were treated to a show in coconut village, our guide taught us how to make fire, open a coconut and even make fresh coconut juice and milk, sampling the coconut skin was the best, and if you don't mind the wild chickens running to grab it from you, so be prepared. I minused one star because my son accidentally spilled his drink and one of the workers was really rude about it. Stopped by here after it was recommended by the Gypsy tour on our drive around Oahu.

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