Shim Farm is located 3,500 feet (1,067 m) above sea level in Kula's Chinatown, on the slopes of Mt. Haleakala. Besides coffee, the one-man Shim Farm grows protea and other Hawaiian plants.
Farm tours are available by appointment. Visitors will learn how coffee is planted and harvested and see what types of machinery is used for each stage in the production of coffee – pulper, huller, drying trays and roaster. The tour also includes information about the history of the Chinese in Kula. Coffee, proteas and fruits can be purchased right at the farm (what's available depends on the season).
During coffee season (Feb. 1 - July 31), call (808) 876-0055
During off-season (Aug. 1 - Jan. 1), email firstname.lastname@example.org
$7 per adult
Seniors (over 55) and children (under 6): $5
Shim Farm Overview
Coffee and protea farm in Kula
Farm tours are available, but advance reservations are necessary
Learn about the coffee growing process
See a variety of fruit trees, flowers and other plants