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Dole Plantation
Dole Plantation

Dole Plantation

Open daily 9:30am - 5:30pm
64–1550 Kamehameha Highway, Wahiawa, 96786

The Basics

Allowing travelers to learn how agriculture helped influence the rise of modern Oahu, the plantation is a popular stop on small-group and private circle island tours departing from Waikiki. The site is often paired with other Oahu sightseeing activities including snorkeling and sites such as Diamond Head, Pearl Harbor or Hanauma Bay.

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Oahu Private Island Tour: Waikiki, North Shore, and the Dole Plantation
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Oahu Private Island Tour: Waikiki, North Shore, and the Dole Plantation
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Trip was amazing! Rebecca was very...
Trip was amazing! Rebecca was very knowledgeable and even though it rained most of the day she accommodated to our every need. Highly recommend!
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Things to Know Before You Go

  • The Dole Plantation is a must-see for families with kids and Hawaiian history buffs.

  • Expect to spend one to two hours at the plantation, depending on which activities you’d like to take part in. (Each activity requires a separate fee.)

  • The plantation is a common stop on North Shore tours.

  • The Dole Plantation is wheelchair accessible.

  • There is both a gift shop and an on-site restaurant, the Plantation Grille.

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How To Get There

The Dole Pineapple Plantation is located outside of Wahiawa on the road to the island of Oahu’s North Shore, about 30 minutes from Honolulu International Airport and 45 minutes from Waikiki by road. Buses run from Waikiki to the Ala Moana shopping center to connect with the Circle Island service; it’s a 1-hour and 45-minute trip.

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When To Get There

The Dole Plantation is open 9:30am to 5:30pm daily. The site is busiest in summer and around the winter holidays, and crowds are smallest from September to December. To beat the late afternoon crowds, consider planning a mid-morning visit.

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Get Lost in the World’s Largest Maze

When Pineapple King James Dole first moved to Hawaii in 1899, he probably never thought his plantation would house the world’s largest maze. Constructed from over 14,000 plants, the site’s garden maze covers three acres (1.2 hectares) and has navigational plaques that help you eventually find your way to the exit.

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