Do you offer discounts?
98% of visitors enjoy paying full price or more, as it’s a donation to charity to help preserve this sacred historical heritage site.
However we do offer a 20% discount with the code “gift20” all lower case, for those who need it. We also will meet or better any legitimate on line discount that you find and price match it if we can for you. Just text 808-633-2889
Where is the King’s Garden located?
Thank you in advance for your understanding.
How can I get to the King’s Garden?
Most of our visitor have a rent car and yes we do have parking for you that is safe. Or many take an uber to get to us.
We also when available offer round trip transportation at
$225.00 and can at this time carry up to four passengers.
If interested try to book at least one day in advance. Text
Is there cell phone reception?
The Kings Gardens is located in a rustic rural area and cell reception is a bit weak at times. We recommend printing or writing down the driving directions OR POSTING IT IN YOUR CELL PHONE NOTES as we may not be able to get your call.
What happens if it rains?
We are are here for you, rain or shine! Most people say the rain adds excitement making it an authentic experience to their rainforest adventure. However, if the weather is too severe, we will contact you the morning of your tour at 7:30 am to reschedule your visit.
What should I wear and bring?
In addition to your enjoyment, we also want to ensure that you are prepared for the conditions and ARE safe during your adventure. CLICK HERE for information on what to wear, what to pack, and how to have the best experience at the Kings Gardens.
What makes our chocolate tour the best on Maui?
We showcase what is best for you and your wellbeing. Whenever possible, we provide chocolates that are all organic, non-GMO, Rainforest Alliance & Fair Trade with no refined sugar. And not only do you get to experience the seeing cacao trees growing in their native rainforest habitat, you also get to help save the rainforest here at the Gardens and support cottage industries around the world and native cacao farmers and their communities.
We represent the educational division of a much larger cacao farm, and we feature chocolate from Hawaii and other parts of the world to provide the full chocolate experience. But with-in two years with your generous contributions we hope to be a full cacao farm in our own right and producing our own line of hand made artisan chocolates as part of our fundraiser.