Farm & Food Tours
Get it Fresh from Ojai, California
Take a tour of a ranch that produces olive oil, visit a lavender farm, pick your own Pixie Tangerines, or even pet an alpaca.
Visit El Paca Pastures
. Experience ALPACAS at a working ranch in the Ojai Valley. No charge to visitors on the weekends. Browse the ranch store for Peruvian inspired gifts, apparel and accessories. Leave with memories to last a lifetime! Open daily 10am-4pm. Large group tours by appointment.
offers seasonal tours (March through May) featuring the Pixie Tangerine Tours includes a history of the farm, and orchard tour, and a tasting of this wonderfully sweet and seedless fruit. You can also pick and purchase your own tangerines.
Ojai Olive Oil Company
at Asquith Farm offers free tours year-round on Saturdays from 10 to 3 and Wednesdays from 1 to 4. The experience includes a history of the grove, how to grow and harvest olives, the steps in olive oil production, and a chance to sample and purchase a variety of products – including orange and rosemary infused olive oil! Regalo Olive Oil
is also produced here. Tours on select days and by appointment are available.
Foodies also enjoy the Eating Ojai Tasting Tour
in the Village (select Saturdays), where participants visit local favorites for food and beverage samplings and conversations with local chefs and business owners. Fresh roasted coffee, baked goods, authentic Mexican fare, beer, and locally made artisan foods are amongst the offerings.
A super fun way to explore Ojai's ranches, wineries and winding country roads is in a canopied open-air Jeep with Cloud Climber Jeep Tours.
You'll see spectacular ranches, local landmarks, incredible valley views plus enjoy stops for local olive oil sampling and wine tasting.
New Oak Ranch
specializes in walnuts, olives, pixie tangerines, and lavender. Visit their "U-Pick” lavender farm on weekends from mid-June to the end of July. The farm features over 200 varieties of lavender.
For fresh-picked produce, flowers, and organic offerings, visit the Ojai Certified Farmers Market
on Sundays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. It's the place to be, and you might even spot a star or two!