Less than an hour drive from Waikiki Beach Walk in Honolulu, Oahu is a quaint little goat farm located in Waialua where you can shop for goat dairy products and feed a frantic and energetic herd.
Vibrant and quirky hand-painted tiles of each goat on the farm are scattered throughout the property. Some of these artworks are for sale in the gift shop. You can even buy t-shirts with their cute little faces on them!
Also found in the gift shop are an assortment of soaps and lotions made from the goat milk. They also have a deli counter where you can try and purchase goats milk ice cream, cheeses and other tasty treats. They also serve coffee here if you need a pick-me-up before you drive to your next destination. For ideas of where to go in Oahu check out these other blog posts!
Once you’ve finished eating and shopping at the boutique, you can go back into the shop to purchase a bag of hay to feed the goats around the back of the building. You’ll find them waiting ever so patiently for your offering as they trample one another to reach the dried goods. They seem to really love visitors of the farm.
If you have young children, consider checking out the educational tours that the farm offers on Saturdays! To learn more about Sweet Land Farm and their herd of goats, check out their website at https://www.sweetlandfarmhawaii.com/about/.
Visiting other islands in Hawaii? You may want to check out these other blog posts for other food and activity ideas!
Aww this looks like so much fun! I had no idea it was there. Love Oahu!
I love goats! They make me smile every time. We have plenty of them here in Greece too – it’s lovely to read about them in other countries
Some very cute goats, and beautiful scenery too!
The farm is truly quite a nice place, especially for fresh goat products.
So cute! This looks like a great place to take kids.
I love the off the beaten path activities that people find when they travel.
I would definitely want to shark the hoof of an adorable body on my next trip to Hawaii.
What a fun experience! Not the typical Oahu tourist trap – love it!
This is adorable! I really hope to make it to Hawaii someday soon – this looks like a perfect spot to add on the itinerary.