What To Do In Hawaii - KCC Farmer's Market #travel
I do believe Saturday mornings were made for farmer's markets. I heard great things about the KCC Farmer's Market, so I was excited to see what they had in store for us. It's located in the parking lot at Kapiolani Community College, 4303 Diamond Head Rd, in Honolulu.
There were SO many vendors at the Farmer's Market! There were nuts, candies, jams, jellies, honey, fruits, vegetables, candles, soaps, and so much more. It's the biggest farmer's market I've ever seen. I also noticed they are open on Tuesday evenings too.
It was late in the morning when we arrived, so we didn't get to spend as much time there as we wanted to, so we plan to visit again on another day. There were lots of unique fruits and vegetables that I'd never seen before!
The flower stands overflowed with gorgeous tropical flowers. Some of the flower stalks were taller than I am! There were delicious food samples to taste, and even local musicians to hear. Be sure to leave a tip for the musicians.
Check out these carrots -- they are as colorful as tropical flowers! We purchased avocados and tomatoes, as well as some delicious smokey salsa. TIP: take a backpack to carry your purchases so you can shop hands-free!
There are also lots of vendors cooking foods from all over the world. If you arrive early, you can have breakfast, shop until lunch, then eat lunch there too. Grab a delicious cup of Hawaii-grown coffee too!
Wear sunscreen and comfortable shoes while you shop at the base of Diamondhead. It's a lot of fun and the prices are great too! We rode over from Wakiki on TheBus, and it took less than 30 minutes to get there.
Get more information about the KCC Farmer's Market HERE!