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Care for Hawaii’s Land and Seas

There is a saying in Hawaiian that goes: Malama Aina. It means “care for the land.” The Hawaiian Islands are a haven to some of the world’s endangered species of plants and animals, so it is important to observe sustainable practices to keep them safe. You can be part of the solution by shopping at local farmers markets, visiting organic local farms and engaging in low-impact water sports, like kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding.

Better yet, go a step further and get involved. Offer some of your time to help clean up Hawaii’s beaches. Or go inland to work with locals to plant trees in rainforests and maintain hiking trails for future visitors. 

Volunteering with the beauty of Hawaii’s landscapes in the background is good for your head, heart and soul. You might even make some kind new friends along the way. 

Must Do:
Waikiki Beach
Must Go:
Koa S.

“Cleaning the beaches in Waikiki was surprising fun and really eye-opening. Any impact I have on the world, no matter how small, is an achievement!” 

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