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If you’re a coffee drinker who enjoys a beautiful view, this is a place to visit. Tour is available to see the coffee farm, sip delicious coffee with a gorgeous view, and enjoy a Hawaiian meal as well. Coffee is also available for purchase. Prepare...More
Mauka Meadows is an incredible farm of flowers, and fruit and nut trees that you can enjoy while meandering down a beautiful path towards a serene infinity fountain overlooking the Kona coastline. Gentle Hawaiian music plays as you sample the best Kona Coffee and island...More
My wife and I visited this garden with our two young children and we all had a great time. First, the entry fee is very affordable and is paid on an honor basis - you pit the money in a box in the parking lot....More
This garden is lovely and well worth a stop. Walk downhill through beautiful plants towards an amazing infinity pool at the bottom. Their coffee is tasty and available for purchase at their small store.
We were told by a local about Mauka Meadows Coffee Farm and we're so happy we took their advice and stopped by this breathtakingly beautiful and interesting location!
We saw so many different type of fruit trees and vegetation in one location. The price was...More
Visited this coffee plantation after studying the reviews of other coffee plantations. We were extremely happy to have found this wonderful botanical garden with its associated coffee plantation. The staff was extremely helpful providing free samples of coffee, explanation of the on-going coffee roasting and...More
We learned about Mauka Meadows through friends. It is a beautiful little coffee farm. The walk down to the "tasting room" is absolutely breathtaking. It is really as much of a botanical garden as it is a coffee farm. There is a large infinity pool...More
The flowers are blooming profusely during this visit. The path to the infinity pool meanders around three arched trellises, one covered with bouganvillia vines, another with blue jade, and the third with a plant that reminds me of morning glory. Some of the fruit trees...More
Simply breathtaking views. A very steep walk down to the retail shop and scenic overlook. But the walk is delightful because it takes you through a small Japanese botanical garden. Note that you can get a free ride back up the hill to the parking...More