Walking & Chocolate Tasting Tour at Princeville Botanical Gardens

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Walking & Chocolate Tasting Tour at Princeville Botanical Gardens

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Starts in 1 Day, 10 Hours

July 23, 2018 9:30 am - 4:00 pm

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  • July 23, 2018
  • July 24, 2018
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  • July 30, 2018
  • July 31, 2018

Princeville Botanical Gardens, 3840 Ahonui Rd, Princeville

Princeville Botanical Gardens, 3840 Ahonui Rd, Princeville

(808) 634-5505

Walking & Chocolate Tasting Tour at Princeville Botanical Gardens, 3840 Ahonui Rd, Princeville

Our 3-hour walking tour covers every corner of Princeville Botanical Gardens. It includes fruit and honey samples, as well as a chocolate tasting.

Days/Times: MONDAY, TUESDAY & THURSDAY, 9:30 AM & 2 PM, FRIDAY, 9:30 AM

Your friendly guide will share stories of the gardens’ development and a wealth of fascinating information about the plants. Seasonal fruit samples and homemade honey will keep your energy up as you explore our valleys.

This tour includes a 1/2-hour chocolate tasting during which you’ll learn about the cacao tree and the history of chocolate making, while sampling delicious gourmet chocolates from around the world. Due to the length, we do not recommend them for children under 6 years.

Pricing: $69/adult, $22/ages 7-16, Kids 6 & under free

WHAT TO BRING
Light, long-sleeve shirts and pants or a sarong.
Good walking shoes
Sun hat
Umbrella
Mosquito repellent
Water bottle
Camera

PLEASE REMEMBER
Tours are RAIN or SHINE.
Participants should be moderately mobile.Our tours proceed at a leisurely pace and the total distance is about a mile. The terrain includes uneven paths, steep steps, and several steep inclines.
Due to the terrain, we regret we cannot accommodate wheelchairs, walkers, or motorized scooters.
Tours start on time.
Our gates open 45 minutes before tour time.
Please arrive at least 20 minutes before your tour is scheduled to begin.
Parking is inside the property, just follow the signs. NO parking out on Ahonui Place.
In wet weather you can expect to get your shoes a little muddy. Come prepared for a “walk in the woods.”

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