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Pono Pledge Hawaii

Mahalo for taking the Holo Holo Pono Pledge

Because a promise made is a promise kept, as mere words alone cannot do it.

We are thankful for your support in protecting our island resources and would like to welcome you into our ‘ohana (extended family).

Imi teola me tealoha ma ta poe, ta aina ame ka tai.
“Seek life and love through my native Hawaiian people, land and sea.”

Our Latest Blog Post

Vote Us The Best Boat Tour Company in Hawaiʻi

Breaking news: We’ve been nominated in USA TODAY 10Best Readers’ Choice Awards for Best Boat Tour Company in Hawaiʻi Yes, friends, you read that right. We just received our 3rd nomination in a month and this time it’s for the Best Tour Company in Hawaiʻi. We’re on one heck of a roll and the word…

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June 18, 2024

A Guide to Kauaʻi’s Endangered Species and How to Help

As the oldest island in the chain, Kauaʻi has had centuries to develop a host of native wildlife only found here. Unfortunately, many species are threatened or endangered as a result of the introduction of new plant and animal species that came along with migration to the island. The good news is that the community’s…

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June 11, 2024

Sailing 101

The art of sailing is as old as the islands of Hawaiʻi. Skilled Polynesian navigators traveled far distances to settle alongside native Hawaiians, using double-hulled sailing canoes known as waʻa kaulua. As Polynesian settlers made their home in Hawaiʻi, the evolution of the vessels included using locally-sourced materials like koa wood. The waʻa kaulua evolved…

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June 6, 2024