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North Shore Dole Pineapple Farm Tour - Exclusive Oahu Day Tour

Go Hawaii Tours has partnered with Dole Food Company to bring you a one of a kind experience on Oahu, Hawaii. We now have the ability to drive into the Dole Pineapple Fields and showcase the pineapple process Dole has perfected in order to bring you the superior quality of pineapples that they are known throughout the world for.

This truly immersive experience will have guests on and off the bus seeing how Dole plants, harvests, and packs pineapples. Our guests will see, taste and feel the whole pineapple process and will even get to take a Dole pineapple home with them before they leave the grounds.

This full day tour will also show you the culinary and scenic side of Oahu's North Shore. Additional stops include Greenworld Coffee Farm, a stop at one of the famous North Shore Beaches, lunch at a local food truck, a macadamia nut shop, Waialua Sugar Mill (now a soap factory), Old Haleiwa Town, and the King Kamehameha Statue.

Join us for an incredible day on Oahu's North Shore.

City: Honolulu
Mon 26 Feb
You can choose the date already on the booking website
Starting at $149.00
Mon 26 Feb
Starting at $149.00
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What's Included
Air-conditioned vehicle
Additional Info
  • Not recommended for travelers with spinal injuries
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • Not recommended for travelers with poor cardiovascular health
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
  • Not suitable for ages 2 years below.
  • Guests must wear a mask inside the bus and processing plant
What To Expect
Green World 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 Plantation
Now for the first time, visitors can venture into the Dole​’s Royal Hawaiian Gold Pineapple farm with one of our local guides to ​witness skilled field workers planting and harvesting the​ sweet, iconic DOLE Pineapples. This truly immersive experience will have the guest​ both 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 one-of-a-kind Oahu experience will even include guest sampling of Dole’s unique variety of pineapple straight from the fields. Before leaving each guest will receive a complimentary​Dole Royal Hawaiian Gold Pineapple to take home.
Old 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.
Mokuleia Beach Park
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 renown Hawaiian beach and take photos to send back to family and friends back home. (No Swimming)
North Shore Macadamia Nut Company
Next to Historic Haliewa 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 of 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.
Haleiwa Town Center
Your 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, Haliewa 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.
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Cancellation Policy
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.
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Reviews (211)
Dec 2022
When we originally booked this trip, there is a clear outline of what we are doing that day, times (albeit I know those won’t be exact), and an estimated time that we should be back by. 3:30pm is what our booking said. We get on the bus, and our driver, Ed, informs us that we aren’t going by that time, but by Hawaiian time. And we should not expect to be back until 6 or 7 that night. Well, quite honestly, sitting in a box for 11-12 hours is NOT how I want to spend one of my precious days on the island. And we booked it because the itinerary said we would be back by 3:30- which in our minds, would give us the rest of the afternoon to do whatever else we wanted that day. The driver ended up adding 2-3 more stops that were not on the itinerary, and while that could be looked at as very nice, we were only at those stops for 15-20 min extra, so really no time to look around. ( Ed said take 15 min, so we were sure to be back by then, but he ended up not getting on the bus for an additional 10 min for whatever reason on most stops, some of which were other riders holding up the take off). The problem is, the day ended up being so long (11 hours) that by the last stop, we were so tired and brain fried that I didn’t care about anything else, but just getting back to the hotel. The pineapple tour is the main reason why we went on this tour, but the driver only knew some facts, others he said he had no idea. And when we went into the factory, it’s so loud that no one can hear anything. So while I am sure this is extremely interesting, they need to think of better ways to get the information to everyone. I am sure this is a good tour, and maybe our driver just made it ten times longer, with technical issues and little to no AC (and there are no windows that open on this bus), it just seemed like one of our few days we are here, ( and we all know it costs so much money to visit) was wasted. Again, maybe this is your thing, but if you are planning on something else that day, or don’t like being cooped up on a bus for 11 hours, this is not for you. And I really wish I had seen that prior to us booking.
Dec 2022
The tour guide and driver Eddie, was very professional, knowledgeable , welcoming, entertaining, enthusiastic, helpful, informative and respectful. It was a great experience, because of his personality, love and appreciation of his culture and clearly showed, how much he truly loves his job.
Response from Host
Dec 2022
Aloha! We are very happy to share with you our culture and stories. Mahalo for the amazing review.
Dec 2022
Eddie was a fantastic guide. He made our tour very personal and we all felt like friends at the end. Having exclusive access to the Dole operations was a big plus.
Response from Host
Dec 2022
Aloha! We appreciate your wonderful review of our driver and our tour. We're glad that you enjoyed and had an awesome day with us! Mahalo for choosing us!

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