Kaimana Lychee, Ordered online, delivered Fresh to your door.
The 2019 Lychee Season has come to an end at Kaye Family Farms! A big Mahalo to our Lychee Lover’s Ohana, our wonderful and loyal customers who keep coming back year after year. This year we picked more lychee every WEEK than we did in our first season! We hope to keep planting so we can try to keep up with you all each year!
Join the Kaye Family Ohana on the Lychee Fan Page (Facebook) or sign up for our Lychee News Letter (email) below so we can let you know what else is going on at the farm, and when the lychee will be back online. This fall we hope to have longan (dragon eye) for the first time online, and will have fresh Meyer Lemons, Tahitian Limes, Tangelos, Tangerines, and Oranges.
We’ve had a lot of inquiries about picking your own lychee this year, and we’re sorry, but we do not do farm visits or pick your own, mainly because the honey bees are so active in the orchard. All orders are done through this website!
The 2019 Lychee season is Pau!
Come back and see us in May, 2020! We’ll be on Facebook and send out the Lychee Newsletter to let you know when lychee is back in season! Kaye Family Farm's lychee orchard has matured during two decades of family love and care. As a result, today our orchard produces the best fruits you can find on the Big Island.
Kaye Family Farm
Our family farm is nestled on 28 acres on the Hamakua Coast of the Big Island, Hawaii. Once a sugar plantation village, then planted in organic ginger, the farm now hosts 50 varieties of tropical fruit, and our 'growing' family.
Warm, sunny days, and chilly night winds blowing down from Mauna Kea make ideal conditions for lychee growing on the Hamakua Coast.
Kaye Family Farm is on the Hamakua Coast of the Big Island of Hawaii--just around the corner from Akaka Falls. Our 28 acre farm produces Tahitian limes, oranges, lemons, longan...and everybody’s favorite Kaimana Lychee. Our orchard has grown over the years and is maintained by three generations of family and friends.
Our love of the land is at the heart of our business. We care for and maintain our farm using traditional and current agricultural practices including careful selection of the best stock and varieties for our area, using an integrated pest management approach to keep the farm and surrounding lands healthy, and regulating the nutrients needed to facilitate fruit production. Our time honored practices and ideal location have provided a consistent and reliable product.