Hotels, groups team up to malama ‘aina
PO‘IPU — Visitors can learn how to embrace Kaua‘i’s cultural actions and activities or “malama ‘aina” — caring for and nurturing Kaua‘i’s land and natural resources — through Surfrider Foundation’s partnership with the Hawai‘i Tourism Authority’s Malama Hawai‘i Program.
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This is a good idea. Any tourist would know that Kaua’i is one of the places on their list to vacation at. If there were other destinations better, they would have gone there. Returning tourist also must make a choice. The choices are endless.
I think Kaua’i is competing with Mexico. Puerto Vallarta. This tourist town is packed with activities. Kaua’i must highlight the activities for tourist to do. And they can learn too from Puerto Vallarta.
I love this. My husband and I have been coming for decades and we always do at least 2 days a week when we are there for Habitat For Humanity Kauai. They taught me how to pour concrete, do roofing, and much more. Love it. Everyone should have an affordable home. Especially Native Hawaiians. It’s your land. And everyone should give back to this glorious place.
Is there a list of participating properties? We already have our room reserved, and I’d like to know if our hotel is participating. And for visitors who have not yet chosen a place to stay, it would be helpful to know while making that choice.
Wow, what a good idea. Love Surfrider Foundation.