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Welcome to Paradise Meadows Orchard & Bee Farm, home of Hawaii's Local Buzz brand of award-winning 100% Hawaiian Ka'u Coffee, fabulous 100% Hawaiian Macadamia Nuts, 100% Hawaiian Honey, Tropical Shortbread cookies, and a variety of Chocolate Covered treats including Chocolate Covered Macadamia Nuts and Chocolate Covered Coffee Beans.

Paradise Meadows occupies 75 idyllic acres in the South Point (aka Ka Lae) area of the Big Island of Hawaii. South Point itself is the southern-most part of the United States, and is located just 12 miles south of our farm on South Point Road. We grow a wide variety of crops including more than 20 acres of the best coffee you've ever tasted. We also, as our name would suggest, have beehives. You won't see them on your visit unless you make special arrangements with us in advance because they reside on the back of our property, but you can sample the variety of honeys that they produce year-round.

We have a farm stand that is open 7 days a week from 9 AM - 5:30 PM where you can get free samples of all of our delicious products and enjoy a brief tour of the farm. If you're planning to visit the Big Island of Hawaii and are looking for something a little different to do, please pay us a visit. Our visitors often tell us that a visit to our farm was one of the highlights of their vacation in Hawaii. When you come down South Point Rd. just look for the red tractor!

If you visit the farm you almost certainly will be greeted by our 4 parrots (3 of whom are rescued or re-homed birds). You'll see an aquaponics greenhouse -- a truly sustainable ecosystem -- where we grow lots of leafy greens (lettuce, herbs, spinach, kale, bok choy, etc.), and where we give our other fruiting plants (like tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, eggplant, beans, etc.) a great start in life before we transplant them into organically fertilized soil. And you'll undoubtedly see our growing flock of free-range Muscovy ducks that are almost too cute to be believed.

You may see some of the other "critters" who share our lives, including our horse, Kai, who roams free on the farm, our sheep Shirley and miniature goat (Matilda). And you may get a glimpse of our greeter kitty Pico.

Paradise Meadows is also home to our resident artist Megan Collins. You can see her work by visiting her website, and if you visit the farm, ask to see the originals which cover the walls of our farmhouse.

So -- welcome to Paradise Meadows. Make yourself at home. Feel free to browse around. And if you're ever on the Big Island of Hawaii, come down & visit us. We'd love to show you around.

Reviews from Yelp
  •   Beautiful family farm that has a self guided free tour with a map due to COVID. There's all different things growing including pineapples, citrus trees, dragonfruit, mangos, and of course... read more

    thumb Amara P.
  •   Great people, great products, and must stop!! Lots of samples of coffee, honey, and macadamias!!  Thanks for the avocados!!!!  Definitely coming back.

    thumb Brent W.
  •   Must stop shop for macadamia nuts, coffee, and honey on the way to/from green sand beach

    thumb Audrey M.
  •   My boyfriend and I loved this place! It's really worth making the journey to from Kona. Their coffee is spectacular and their home grown macadamia nuts, chocolate and honey are... read more

    thumb Laurie H.
  •   Wonderful small family farm where you can get great coffee, macadamia nuts, and various organic fruit. The people are very pleasant and knowledgeable.  

    Ask for Brenna to take you on... read more

    thumb Ken D.
Reviews from Google
  • 5 star review  We were pulled in by the signs and were very happy that we stopped. Lots of samples to try out. The macadamias are dehydrated not roasted making them super crunchy. The flavored nuts were not over done...just right! Great place to stop after going to green sands beach!

    thumb Anacortes Diving
  • 5 star review  Stopped in because of the signs. Oh boy! OK, our arms were full when we left! LOVED their gifts and food! Epic honey, but go for the nuts! While you are there, check out the birds n fish!

    thumb Roguegunn Works
  • 4 star review  This place is fantastic a great place to walk around check out their parents and to farm operations. The owners and all the staff are very friendly and are more than willing to talk to you about any of the goings on on the farm. You can do taste testing of cookies macadamia nuts and a variety of other coffees. It is some of the best roasted and grown coffee in the south of the island and if you buy anything you can get free shipping to the mainland.

    thumb Paul Montz
  • 5 star review  We had such an amazing time! The macadamia nuts and all of the food was delicious!! The people (Brenda and Lenard) were so kind! I can’t recommend this place enough - definitely worth stopping and we will be back!

    thumb Steffaney Thomas
  • 5 star review  Great place to stop! The farm is beautiful and everything they sell is tasty. Honey, coffee, chocolates, cookies etc. Megan's art us amazing! Looking forward to coming back again.

    thumb Miranda Cook
Reviews from TripAdvisor
  •   The farm is VERY small and when you pull up their is just a few parking spots and a little stand selling coffee/chocolate/nuts and honey. But they have samples of... read more

  •   What a great stop. Friendly staff with plenty of free samples. Lots of delicious products available. Did the self guided tour and found it educational. Not a tourist trap at... read more

    Kirk R
  •   This is a must-do while on the big island. The honey, chocolate, and macadamia nut options and tastings are all worth the visit alone but then follow that up... read more

  •   Stopping by Paradise Meadows was the best spur of the moment decision I made during my trip on Big Island. Raceyn was a absolutely phenomenal describing the different products. As... read more

  •   Found this farm driving from Volcano to Kona. Very friendly & we got samples. The parrots are very pretty & will talk to you. Bought several items from the gift... read more


PO Box 1083, Naalehu, HI 96772 • (808) 929-9148