The 464-acre KAHANU GARDEN is situated in one of Hawai‘i’s last remaining NATIVE PANDANUS FORESTS. A botanical and cultural research facility, the garden’s plant collection grows in the shade of an ancient Hawaiian temple.
Kahanu Garden boasts the world’s largest collection of ‘ulu (breadfruit), with more than 120 varieties from 18 Pacifi c Island groups, including Indonesia, the Philippines and Seychelles. It also features a CANOE GARDEN, which showcases 24 species of plants brought by ancient Polynesians on their ocean voyages to Hawai‘i.
Kahanu Garden is located off Hāna Highway on ‘Ula‘ino Road. GUIDED AND SELF-GUIDED TOURS are available. Call 808-240-1301 ext. 321 for reservations.