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KALAHEO The National Tropical Botanical Garden has announced that the Limahuli Garden & Preserve will reopen soon.
KALAHEO — The National Tropical Botanical Garden has announced that the Limahuli Garden & Preserve will reopen soon.
The garden has been closed since the April 2018 flooding which had major impacts on the garden’s infrastructure. Improvements are almost complete and an official reopening date is expected in June.
Limahuli Garden will be initiating a reservation program for those who would like to join garden tours, according to a press release.
Those who take the new shuttle system to Limahuli Garden and full-time Hawaii residents do not require an advanced reservation for self-guided tours.
“Our advanced reservation program and availability of the new shuttle system will allow our operation to effectively manage the number of vehicles and the associated impacts to the Garden and surrounding community,” said a press release.
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