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Posted On: 05/29/2019
Hawaii is known for a few things: surfing, sunsets, hula dancing, and, of course, pineapples. While tourism has become the major trade of Hawaii, pineapples still play a major role on the Island.
If you’re looking for the best places to get pineapples, let IMI Tours be your guide.
The Dole Pineapple Plantation in Oahu is a favorite spot for tourists from all over the world. Originally a simple fruit stand in 1950, the Dole Pineapple Plantation now attracts more than a million visitors a year. Activities include a Pineapple Express Train Tour, Plantation Garden Tour, and Pineapple Garden Maze. There’s also an onsite country store where you can enjoy a delicious glass of Dole pineapple juice and the world-famous "Dole Whip!"
The Dole Pineapple Plantation is part of the Oahu Circle Island Adventure Tour. Book a Dole Pineapple Plantation tour today.
This is the can’t miss spot for foodies visiting Hawaii. Located on the Big Island, Kohala Grown Market offers locally sourced specialty produce and products. It’s the perfect place to get locally grown pineapples and other Island goodies. Products include farm fresh fruits and vegetables, fresh juices, kombucha on tap, local meats and fish, local dairy products, body care products gifts, books, and art.
Be sure to pick up a Pineapple Banana Smoothie!
This is a coffee shop & market in Honolulu. They offer the plantation's pineapples & juice, as well as other locally grown foods. Products all come from locally owned, family farms located on Oahu and the Big Island. Their Hawaiian Crown™ Sweet Gold™ Pineapple is becoming known as the best tasting pineapple on the Island. It’s a super-sweet, low acid fruit with an intense aroma and pineapple taste.
Check out these and other popular pineapple spots. Your stomach won’t be disappointed. And reserve your Pineapple Plantation tour with IMI!