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Bees to Mead Tour

An engaging introduction into beekeeping, honey production & mead.

  • 2 hours
  • Adults - $75/person

Experience Details

MARCH 2024 tour dates available now. Join our Bees to Mead tour with our beekeeper, Luis! This is a great introductory experience into the world of beekeeping, honey production and mead making. The tour starts at our Honey House in Wahiawa, where we will transport you to our nearby apiary 5 minutes away. You will watch and learn how bees are kept, see how our beekeepers harvest honey and how mead is made. The tour ends at our Honey House with a mead & honey tasting with small cheese & fruit plate. ​ Tour includes: - Transportation to-and-from our Honey House to nearby apiary - Bee protective gear during the tour - Mead & Honey tasting - Light cheese & fruit plate *Closed shoes are mandatory for your protection. **Safety & Liability Waiver required for participants to visit the apiary. If you are reserving on behalf of others in your party, please ensure each person in your party signs the waiver prior to the start of the tour (link to waiver will be included in your tour confirmation email). Reservations & Payment: It is free to reserve our tour! Once you reserve online, you are confirmed. Payment is due at the conclusion of the tour. - Adults (21+): $75 - Youth (13-20): $40 - Child (5-12): $25 ________________ "We did the Bees to Mead Tour with Luis and it was phenomenal! We loved getting to put on the beekeeper's suits and seeing them up close. He was very knowledgeable and we felt like we learned a lot. The mead tasting was delicious and had excellent choices. We also got to taste each type of honey in the gift shop. It was such a fun and unique experience. We highly recommend it!" ★★★★★ — Amanda D.  ​ "Did the "Bees to Mead" tour and it was excellent! Luis, the tour guide and beekeeper for the company, took us to see the bees, explained the caretaking and honey gathering process, and drove us back for multiple mead tastings in addition to some snacks. He's also got a great sense for their mood - nobody was stung in the tour group. Back at the main building we got to try six samples as well as see the process they use to extract honey and produce mead. The samples were all very good - I even left with a bottle of both honey and mead. Super engaging experience and certain to keep you entertained or at least enlightened. Will certainly go back again to purchase more honey and mead!" ★★★★★ — Triston R. ​ ​

Cancellation Policy

Changes made to your reservation within 48 hours of the start of your tour may be subject to cancellation fees.

Questions? Contact Us.

  • (808) 493-9081

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