Monday, February 11, 2013

[mauicountryfarmtours] Beautiful Year for Ag Tourism

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Beautiful Year for Ag Tourism

Aloha from Maui, Hawaii
 Our New Year started out with a bang!
We got tons of bookings. Thank you, everyone for joining us on Maui Country Farm Tours. 


We're so excited to be doing what we love and sharing Maui's Agricultural Beauty. Imagine your dream coming true. 


We visit gorgeous farms and take scenic drives as we watch the skies change before our eyes each day. Clouds move quickly in Hawaii and it is such an amazing phenomena to see clouds drawn to Haleakala by the end of the day when the mountain was totally clear in the morning sun.


We love Alii Kula Lavender Farm and sharing all the amazing properties of lavender. An ancient prehistoric looking protea farm (actually proteas were introduced to Hawaii in the 1970's) and lavender ten years ago by Mr. Alii Chang. The lavender gives the farm a sweet European look while the stately Proteas give an ancient beauty mingled with the lavender. It's so amazing.


The big trees at Mauis Winery in Ulupalakua are the touch of old Maui we love to share the most. I love to tell the history of the ranch from 1846 to the present then arrive at the King's Cottage for their tasting of pineapple and grape wines. They love it all. We pick up our Maui Gold Pineapples at Ulupalakua Ranch Store our last stop before heading to our picnic lunch.


We visited Ho'okipa over one hundred times last year and never tired of the beauty. The surf, the Honu,  (Hawaiian Sea Turtles) the whales now spouting in the distance. One day a Honu waved to us. So sweet to see one in a wave with a surfer. What a wild and beautiful place on earth and we get to live here. I'm so thrilled to be sharing the beauty of Maui. 
This is the Bi-Centennial of coffee in Hawaii and we really look forward to sharing the coffee experience. We visit Piliani Kope Coffee Farm in Launiupoko for a seed to cup experience and The Kaanapali Coffee Estate five hundred acres of amazing coffee plantation.

Come join us and let us share the beauty with you. We love to give you a personal tour you'll remember forever.

~ Marilyn 

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Marilyn Jansen Lopes

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