Green World Coffee Farm


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Hawaii is the only state in the USA where coffee is grown because the plants thrive in Hawaii’s rich volcanic soil and tropical climate. Many tours of the islands will include a stop at a coffee plantation.


On our North Shore tour of Oahu with Hoku Tours, we made a brief stop at Green World Coffee Farm. We are not really coffee drinkers, but we enjoyed walking through the garden to see the coffee plants and all the wild chickens that followed us around looking for a snack.


We had a quick explanation of the harvesting and roasting process…Green World is a small farm with a coffee bar. They roast the beans on the premises daily and offer free samples of various coffees.


Oahu Posts:

  • Kahanamoku Beach
  • Fort DeRussy Beach Park
  • Green World Coffee Farm
  • The Dole Plantation (coming soon)
  • Anahulu River (coming soon)
  • Waimea Falls (coming soon)
  • Hau’ula Beach Park (coming soon)
  • Tropical Macadamia Farm (coming soon)
  • Byodo-In Temple (coming soon)
  • Polynesian Cultural Center (coming soon)
  • Aloha Tower (coming soon)
  • Diamond Head (coming soon)
  • Iolani Palace (coming soon)
  • King Kamehameha Statue (coming soon)
  • Aliʻiōlani Hale (coming soon)
  • Pearl Harbor (coming soon)


Location: 71-101 Kamehameha Hwy, Wahiawa, HI 96786

Designation: Farm

Date established/designated: circa 1904

Date of my visit: April 11, 2019


15 thoughts on “Green World Coffee Farm

  1. Oh my gosh! These are so great! When we went there yearrrrrrrs ago the coffee farms were amazing. This post took me back to that peaceful Hawaiian vibe. THANKS SO MUCH! GREAT pics!

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