Malama Aina Tour
Learn about the rich history and culture of Hawai’i
Traditional Hawaiian practices of Mālama Āina
Learn about sustainability and taking care of our natural resources.
Hand’s on experience planting, harvesting, and caring for kalo (taro). Learn about Hawaiian culture.
Fresh air and beautiful scenery in Kualoa Valley.
Expert guides who are passionate about Hawaiian history and culture.
Small-group tour for a more intimate experience.
Perfect for children 5+.
As you walk through the valley, you can feel the history of the land and see how it has been cared for over the years. The air is fresh and clean, and the sound of the stream running through the loi is soothing. You are about to embark on a journey that will teach you about the importance of sustainability and taking care of our natural resources. This hand’s on experience will show you how kalo (taro) was so important to the Hawaiian people for sustenance, and how it continues to play a role in our culture today. You will have the opportunity to help with cleaning, planting, and harvesting kalo, or mālama (care for) la‘au lapa‘au (medicinal plants). This is a unique opportunity to learn about our culture and connect with the land in a meaningful way.
|AdultAge 13yrs and above||$49.95|
Any request for a refund prior to 72 hours is honored with a full cash refund.
Kualoa Valley is a beautiful and secluded valley located on the island of O’ahu in Hawai’i. The valley is believed to be one of the oldest inhabited areas on the island and has been home to many native Hawaiian families for centuries. Today, Kualoa Valley is a popular tourist destination, known for its stunning scenery and lush vegetation.
An eco-adventure can mean different things to different people. For some, it might be an opportunity to get outside and explore nature. For others, it might be a chance to learn about sustainability and Mālama Āina. No matter what your definition of eco-adventure is, one thing is for sure – it can be a fun and exciting way to spend your time! And, who knows, you might even learn something new along the way. So, what are you waiting for?
On this tour, you will learn about Hawaiian history and culture through different activities. You may help to clean, plant, and harvest kalo (taro) plants. Or you could learn how to thatch traditional Hawaiian hale (grass huts). You might also help to mālama (care for) the laʻau lapaʻau (medicinal plants). By taking part in these activities, you will gain a better understanding of the Hawaiian way of life.
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