Sugar plantations were the driving force in shaping Territorial Hawai¿i (1898-1959), and its green fields of cane and pineapple bring visitors a sense of this agricultural history. Ironically because of tourism, today pineapple and sugar cane fields are rapidly disappearing. You can take a tour of an authentic, Hawaiian sugar plantation--including both the field and factory operations ¿ an immerse yourself in a world seldom seen by visitors and residents. You'll learn about the unique history and culture of the only sugar plantation still operating on Kauai.

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Family Review of Gay & Robinson Sugar Plantation Tours

Away Travel Expert: Emily Kaufman
FamilyExpert Rating 3.0 out of 5 Recommended for:
Children aged 6 - 12 and 13 - 17
FamilyExpert Tips & Helpful Hints
  • Great for downtime between outdoor activities
  • Visitor Center is free; there's a fee for the plantation tours (ages 8 and up in harvesting season, 5 and older in the off season)

Kaumakani Avenue, P.O. Box 440
Kaumakani, Hawaii 96747
Parking: Plantation tours offered 9am and 1pm weekdays
Price: $30 adults; $21 children

Visitor Information

Telephone Number: (808) 335-2824
Transportation: Hwy 50 to Kaumakani Avenue
Price Information: $30 adults; $21 children
The details, dates, and prices mentioned here were accurate at the time of publication.

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