Princeville Botanical Gardens offers a unique opportunity to see a family grown and operated botanical garden, complete with exotic flowers, delicious fruit trees, healthy beehives and organic homegrown chocolate. Three days a week we give a tour treating you to homemade chocolate, honey, seasonal fruit samplings from the land, and an educational walk through our gardens learning about native Hawaiian flora, tropical medicinals, sacred flowers, and food plants.
Duane Cline, a freelance photographer, was kind enough to share some photos he took of our gardens last month. You can see from the photos we’ve shared below and the additional shots Duane posted on his website, that there are beautiful flowers to witness year round here on Kauai! Here’s what Duane had to say Read More
Hailing from Orange County, California, Erik and Vanessa visited Kaua’i for the first time this fall. On October 1st, they took a tour with our guide Tewa, and they just sent us these pictures this past week. Erik tells us that Tewa gave a very engaging, informative tour that they thoroughly enjoyed. Thank you, Erik, Read More
Tewa, one of our delightful guides, wanted to share some of the flowers that have been in bloom recently and that are currently in bloom. The images at the beginning of the gallery are probably still flowering, including the gorgeous Silk Floss tree, Coral Aphelandra (one of Bill’s favorites), and the honeycomb ginger. Costus igneus Read More
Melissa visited Princeville Botanical Gardens in August and was kind enough to share some of her beautiful photos. She lives in Riverside, California and this was her first time ever to Hawaii! We are very honored that she chose to spend some of her precious vacation time in our gardens. Melissa says photography is a Read More
Lily, a friend of our wonderful neighbors, visited Kauai this last summer with her family and took the time to tour our gardens with our guide Steve. She was kind enough to share some of her pictures (some of which are not of our actual gardens, but are worthwhile anyway) and her thoughts on her Read More