I enjoyed puttering around here for the morning. The train ride was relaxing and interesting, and I enjoyed their little art gallery. I do wish that they had a walking path through the trees.
About Kilohana Plantation Estate
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This estate was originally a sugar cane plantation. No there is the huge house, restaurant, lounge, shops, and a nice little train ride. The train is narrated and although advertised at 40 minutes there is a rather long stop to feed feral hogs.
The train ride was really interesting. Got to see all sorts of fruit growing in the fields. “Tiny” gave us an amazing tour on our drive around. We stopped to feed some animals. And learned a lot about the plants growing in the area.
Stopped in to visit all the shops in the mansion and the rain started, so decided to have lunch at the restaurant. Had a nice cocktail, "hot" margarita, and lunch. Sandwich was very tasty and the leisurely lunch was just right. Finished when the rain...More
The train ride through the plantation was fun and informative. Open air cars and even time for the kids to fee the animals half way through the trip. Pigs and horses for the kids to feed. Sign up for the rum tasting and then ride...More
Stopped originally to visit the Koloa Rum tasting room and ended up returning to Gaylords Resturant for dinner on a different night
A wonderful reminder of the past, and the 'sugar 'barons', and their part of history in the Hawaiian Islands. Gaylord's and the Koloa Rum Co. are located here. The train ride is entertaining.
We did the train/walk tour. It was three hours and 40 minutes and included snacks and lunch. It was fun and our guide was very knowledgable when we were walking throught the fruit orchards. He allowed us to pick and sample all of the ripe...More
We were a little apprehensive about going to our second luau of the week. We were thinking if it was like the first we were going to leave. The food was good. We are glad we stayed for the show. There was a story line,...More