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Leilani Farm Sanctuary

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Closed Now: 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
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Excellent way to spend your afternoon

We were looking for an activity to break up the typical beach / dining out / other fun things while... read more

Reviewed November 10, 2016
Anya R
San Francisco, California
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10/10 Best experience of our trip

We volunteered as a family of 3 (2 teens) on a Monday morning. Not knowing what to expect, we were... read more

Reviewed August 8, 2016
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Reservations are required. $30 per person tax-deductible donation (for adults and kids). Home to goats, turkeys, rabbits, donkeys, cats, geese, pigs, tortoises, guinea pigs, ducks, deer, chickens, a cow and a dog, Leilani Farm Sanctuary is located...more
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260 E Kuiaha Rd, Haiku, Maui, HI 96708-5430
+1 808-298-8544
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Reviewed November 10, 2016 via mobile

We were looking for an activity to break up the typical beach / dining out / other fun things while on our vacation and stumbled upon this place on tripadvisor. It took us an hour to get there from Lahaina, where we are staying, but...More

3  Thank Anya R
Reviewed October 21, 2016

A couple of Turkeys(one big Tom named Mathew), Roosters, Hens, Cats, Guinea Pigs, Pigs, Pot Belly Pig, Goats, Donkeys...did I mention Cats? I am a cat guy so it could have just been a cat sanctuary and I would have been fine with it. The...More

2  Thank ttowntravel
Reviewed August 8, 2016 via mobile

We volunteered as a family of 3 (2 teens) on a Monday morning. Not knowing what to expect, we were delighted to find Laurelee and her incredible dedication. We weeded for about an hour with mosquitos, but it was worth it when two deer came...More

2  Thank Vitasf
Reviewed May 26, 2016

Lauralee's dedication shows in every little detail. I won't write about how well she runs this non profit, how well the animals are loved and taken care of, or what a joy it is just to be there and soak in the magic. Others have...More

3  Thank Nadia S
Reviewed April 17, 2016

Leilani Farm Sanctuary is like a little bit of heaven on Earth. Sanctuary director Laurelee Blanchard greets you warmly and gives you a bit of history of the sanctuary before taking you on the tour. The sanctuary itself is located on eight gorgeous acres of...More

5  Thank BeesByTheBay
Reviewed March 23, 2016

We stayed in Wailea, so the trip to Leilani sanctuary was a bit far so the experience. I booked the visit based on the stellar reviews, but, though the mission of the sanctuary is amazing, the visit itself wasn't mind-blowing. The animals are rescues, so...More

8  Thank movingtofrance
Reviewed March 6, 2016

What a beautiful and amazing place! Rescue animals everywhere! Bunnies, ducks, cats and deer romp and play together! This place is funded by donation only and completely kept going by volunteers! Monday and Wednesday you can volunteer and hang out with all the animals. The...More

2  Thank sojournermaui
Reviewed March 1, 2016

We were really pleased we'd visited this farm sanctuary. It is very uplifting to hear the stories of the animals now living here, and to realise that their lives have improved so much. Laurelee, the lady who owns and runs this place, is both informative...More

1  Thank YeeHaa
Reviewed February 28, 2016

Taking a tour of the Leilani Farm Sanctuary was the highlight of my fun-filled Maui vacation. Seeing these animals literally living in paradise... safe, happy, loved... was the most heartwarming experience. I highly recommend it to any animal-lover who visits Maui! It's well worth the...More

1  Thank Alison G
Reviewed February 11, 2016

Such an amazing experience to meet this wonderful woman and all her beautiful residents at the sanctuary. If you are an animal lover I would def recommend stopping by for a tour. The farm is on a beautiful location and well worth the visit. A...More

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