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MALAMA, Hawai'i - Take a Trip that Gives Back!

Malama Hawaii invites mindful visitors to give back when visiting Hawaii

The most rewarding trip is one that gives back.

The Hawaiian Islands itinerary that can change your life isn’t found in any guidebooks. Because what makes the Hawaiian Islands truly special is not only our stunning natural beauty or our vibrant culture - it’s the deeply rooted relationship that connects them. 
 
That relationship between people and place grows stronger every time you malama (give back). When you give back - to the land, the ocean, the wildlife, the forest, the fishpond, the community - you’re part of a virtuous circle that enriches everything and everyone. Including your experience as a visitor. 
 
Several organizations offer opportunities for visitors to pay it forward, like beach clean-ups, native tree planting, and more. Engage in some of our volunteer opportunities by clicking here, and in exchange, experience Hawaii on a much deeper and connected level. Through the Malama Hawaii Program, you could qualify for a special discount or even a free night from a participating hotel when participating in its dedicated volunteer activity.

Kuleana Travel Tips

Learn more about our culture, land safety, ocean conservation and ocean safety when visiting us on Kauai from this playlist of videos

 
 

The Malama Hawaii Program

There’s never been a more rewarding time to give back. Industry partners and community organizations are offering unique volunteer opportunities ranging from reforestation projects and tree planting to self-directed beach clean-ups and Hawaiian quilting sessions. By booking a Malama Hawaii package and participating in the hotel’s designated volunteer activity, you’ll qualify for a special discount or even a free night. Please see all the partners participating by clicking here then visit their website for complete package offer details and to book directly.

 
 

Aquaculture

Noelani Lee
Visitors restoring traditional native Hawaiian masterworks discover the secret to healing a community - and themselves.

 

Habitat

Stewardship Kiai Collier
Volunteers leave a positive impact that lasts generations by protecting fragile habitats extending from the mountain to the ocean.

 

Reforestation

Sam Ohu Gon III
Hikers are led deep into a special realm - where species found nowhere else still reign - to conserve native ecosystems and the vibrant culture they sustain.

 

Sustainable

Farming Rick Barboza
By perpetuating endangered plants and recreating the centuries-old methods of his ancestors, a farmer gets volunteers’ hands dirty planting not just native crops, but the seeds of Hawaii’s sustainable future.
 

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