Farmers Market Tours
Kaka'ako Farmers Market
Whether you're a local or planning a trip to Honolulu this tour is a great way to dive right into the local food scene here.
We will be visiting the Kaka'ako Farmer's Market. A weekly, local event held in the heart of the Kaka'ako, the newest and hippest neighborhood in Honolulu. In addition to locally grown produce you will find fresh local fish, meats, bread, and ready-to-eat treats here.
You will learn about the farming practices from local farmers, how local ranchers are raising their animals and how local fisherman are sustainably catching their seafood. You will here the vendors' stories and what is special about what they grow, make and sell. And I will introduce you to ingredients you have likely never seen before.
Samples on this tour may include: artisanal sourdough pizza, musubi, poke and tropical fruit slushies. Bring your camera and come hungry. This is a foodies' paradise!
What guests are saying...
"We explored the market with @healthylocavore on 1/6/17. It was fun, enlightening and great for the tastebuds. She helped us gain a better understanding of why the market vendors are there to gather together and harmonize." - Karynthya from Oahu
"Sarah is a rare find. You'll never look at a Farmers Market the same way again. If this experience is available to book, just do it. You will absolutely not regret! - Ritchie from Florida
"The main things that I enjoyed about this experience was trying new foods that I had never experienced." - Michael from New Zealand
"Sarah’s a great host. The tour gives you an appreciation of local farmers and their produce. Really informative and worth a visit.” - Oriana from Australia
"It was a great start to our vacations. We had a good time with Sarah! The marketplace is small but nice to have an idea of the great food of the island. I love that we went to almost every table and talk to the vendors and tried things. Sarah is awesome!” - Jeany & Eric from Colorado
"Great way to start your stay in Honolulu, meeting locals, connecting with the culture, tasting great local food. loved it.” - David from Oregon