Travel Pono means to explore with care, offering your kokua (help) to preserve our natural resources, cultures and communities. It’s recognizing your responsibility while gaining a deeper connection to Hawaii.
Exploring Hawaii by land
Hawaii’s great outdoors are more than great — they’re incredible. You’ll find rainforests dripping in color, waterfalls sculpting mountain ridges, lava fields that simmer with steam, peaks rise above the clouds, and a million ways to feel connected to the aina (land). Before exploring all this beauty for yourself, it’s best that you know what to expect.
Playing safe in the ocean
Time in Hawaii’s ocean waters is time well spent — floating and swimming until the skin on your finger wrinkles. For the best experience possible, you need to be aware of your surroundings. You’ve got a lot to consider.
Mindful traveling in Hawaii
Hawaii is one of a kind. You won’t have your run-of-the-mill vacation here. So, take advantage of your time with a mindful approach to travel, one that fully immerses you in the culture and community of Hawaii.