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Where to find Hawaii gifts and souvenirs that are really from Hawaii: A list



Retailers That Carry Authentic Hawaii-Made Products: A List


Maui and Molokai


Maui:

hawaii_souvenirs_gifts_from_HawaiiAlii Kula Lavender Farm and Store
1100 Waipoli Road, Kula
(808) 878-3004

This is a working lavender farm filled with goodies, most made right on the farm. Lavender products for the bath, home and kitchen. (pictured, top)

Kopa Haiku
Haiku Marketplace
810 Haiku Road, Haiku
(808) 575-5435

A working soap factory, it’s a great place to visit and it smells wonderful.

Maui Hands
612 Front St., Lahaina, (808) 667-9898
84 Hana Highway, Paia, (808) 579-9245
Hyatt Regency Kaanapali, 200 Nohea Kai Drive, Kaanapali, (808) 667-7997
Maui Hands represents over 300 Hawaii artists and artisans.

Native Intelligence
45 N. Market St., Wailuku
(808) 249-2421

The best Hawaiian cultural products available on Maui. (pictured, bottom)


Molokai:

hawaii_souvenirs_gifts_from_HawaiiA Touch of Molokai
Kaluakoi Hotel & Golf Club, Maunaloa
(808) 552-0133

The hotel is closed, but there’s a great store there with a little of this and a little of that—most of which is made on Molokai.

Molokai Artists & Crafters Guild
40 Ala Malama St., Kaunakakai
(808) 553-8018

The diverse works of over 90 top artists and crafters living on Molokai.

Molokai Gifts & Things
8 Hio Place, Kaunakakai‚Ä®
(808) 553-8334

Lots of things for the home, lots of them made on Molokai.


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