The Hawai'i itinerary that will change your life.

The bond between people and place grows stronger every time we mālama (give back). When we give back - to the land, the ocean, the wildlife, the forest, the fishpond, the community, we are part of a virtuous circle that enriches everything and everyone. 


Engage in any of our volunteer opportunities with our non-profit partners receive 5th night free, when you stay book 4 nights stay with us. 


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Inspiring Mindful Travel

In collaboration with Hawai'i Tourism Authority and Hawai'i Visitors and Convention Bureau, we invite you to mālama with us:

Beach Clean Up


Volunteer Opportunities with our Local Non-Profits

  • Located on the southwest shore of Kauai, Hawaii - the Nōmilu Loko I‘a is an extinct volcanic crater that is filled with water. It is the oldest and one of the most fertile fishponds in all of the Hawaiian islands, rich in supply of algae which provide the perfect growing habitat for fish, limu, and shellfish.

    Learn more and sign up with Ho'omalu Ke Kai. 

  • Enjoy the outdoors with an amazing group of humans, learn more about ancient ways and how we can become better stewards of our island in the present day. Join the efforts of many hands and end the day with a delicious meal with your new friends. In this experience, you will be elated by what giving your time on your vacation feels like. This is the souvenir we hope you will take home with you. 

    Learn more and sign up with Ho'omalu Ke Kai. 

    Learn more and sign up with Friends of Kamalani & Lydgate.

    Surfrider Foundation | Friends of Kamalani & Lydgate | Ho'omalu Ke Kai 

  • Built nearly 1,000 years ago, the ʻAlekoko Fishpond is one of the finest examples of ancient Hawaiian aquaculture. According to Hawaiian legends, the Menehune built this entire fishpond in one night. This incredible task was accomplished by lining up from the village of Makaweli for 25 miles, passing stones hand-to-hand to build the pond. At this time, we are only accepting volunteers from our community but please do stop by the lookout on Kipu Road to see the progress made by our community work days, led by Mālama Huleia.