Can we drive our own car and meet you at the Cannabis farm?
It’s possible but unlikely. Our farmers typically enjoy their privacy. Some of the grow operations are in residential areas without a lot of parking. Ask in the comments section in the reservation form and we’ll let you know if it’s possible on your tour date.
Will we be taking a tour of a legal pot farm?
Yes. See Hawaii Medical Cannabis State Department of Health Resources
Where do we meet for the marijuana / Cannabis tour?
Most pickups happen at your hotel, retreat, AirBnB or bud and breakfast accomodations in Hilo and Puna districts. Tour locations, routes and meeting locations may change. Meeting times rarely change but we’ll do our best to meet your needs.
What are the meeting times?
Monday-Friday – Meet your Cannabis guide at 9am.
Saturday and Sunday – Meet your Cannabis guide at 10am.
What Should We Bring with Us on the farm tour?
In the Winter months we recommend bringing a warm layer and a light jacket. It’s also nice to have your own container or thermos for your coffee or water.
- For the short tours (Cannabis Insights and Cannabis Knowledge), you may want to eat before or after at a nearby restaurant. Our guide can make recommendations and give directions if helpful.
- For longer tours (Cannabis Experience and Custom Cannabis Tours) a super-tasty, organic lunch will be provided.
Are cameras allowed? Can we take photos?
In certain areas at certain locations, photography is prohibited. However, your guide will provide you with plenty opportunities to take photos. You’re also invited to freely share your photos and see photos other visitors have taken by using the #hawaiipottours tag on your favorite social media site.
Who Are We?
Individuals doing what we love. We operate in multiple areas of medical marijuana, cultivation, harvesting, processing and distribution. We live and breathe Hawaii Cannabis and we’re happy to invite you to meet our friends. We use this website as a way to reach, engage and share our love of Hawaii Cannabis. We welcome patients and non-patients with open arms and hearts.