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The People. The Place. The Hawaiian Islands

Hawai‘i is like nowhere else – and sharing the values of our people and encouraging visitors to experience our unique culture is what makes this place so special.

We invite your clients to see our islands’ natural beauty in a new way, as the backdrop, while showcasing the beauty of our values as kamaʻāina (local residents). From the melodic sounds of Hawaiian music on Kaua‘i to spreading aloha with fragrant lei on O‘ahu. From the mālama (care) of Native Hawaiian knowledge on the island of Hawai‘i to using food to bring community together on Maui. We encourage visiting groups to seek engaging experiences when they come, which helps spread the benefits of tourism to broader communities throughout these islands.

In Hawai‘i, it’s not just the place — it’s the people – that make the Hawaiian Islands so unique, beautiful and worth experiencing.

Mālama

Mālama is the Hawaiian cultural value that means “to care for” and the practice of it allows your attendees to find purpose, meaning and a deeper connection while experiencing Hawaiʻi, and especially the island of Maui. There is plenty for your clients to see and experience throughout the island from Kapalua and Kā‘anapali to Wailea and Wailuku, as well as Kīhei, Kula, Makawao, Pā‘i‘a and parts in between.
 
Maui’s green-flanked mountains slope toward the sparkling seas, waterfalls splash into refreshing pools and deep valleys resonate with history and culture. This is an invitation for your clients to see our islands’ natural beauty in a new way, as the backdrop, while showcasing the beauty of our values as kamaʻāina (local residents).

Hawaiʻi’s Green Initiatives | Sustainability

The Hawaiian Islands are some of the most ecologically diverse in a single location. With 10 of the world’s 14 climate zones, Hawaiʻi is ‘all the world in one place.’ On the island of Hawaiʻi alone, attendees can experience four of the world’s five major climate zones – and all but four of the world’s subzones.

The islands’ beauty is unsurpassed, and their fragility equally so. The people of Hawaiʻi are committed to supporting programs that protect their verdant beauty for generations to come. Stewardship of our islands inspires everything we do.

Hubs, Initiatives & Tourism Programs for Sustainability

Green Initiatives at Hawaiʻi Convention Center

25 Years of Sustainable Tourism of Hawaiʻi

Eco-Tourism

ʻĀina Aloha Economic Futures

Hawaiʻi Green Growth

Discover Yourself In Hawaiʻi

Aloha Spirit

Hawaiian Music

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Hula

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Art in Hawaiʻi

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Traditions & Customs

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With the spirit of aloha, we invite you to meet Hawaiʻi and get a special glimpse at what makes our beloved destination unlike any other place in this world. From convention center information to accommodations by island, get all your planning needs in one place and share with a fellow planner.

Six Extraordinary Islands, One Hawaiʻi

Individually, each of the Hawaiian Islands is worthy of its own distinction.


Hawaiʻi

HIGHLIGHTS:
Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park
Punaluʻu Black Sand Beach
Historic Kailua Village
ʻAkaka Falls State Park


Maui

HIGHLIGHTS:
Haleakalā National Park
Molokini Island
ʻanapali Beach
‘Īao Valley
Whale watching (December-May)


Lānaʻi

HIGHLIGHTS:
Keahiakawelo
Lānaʻi City
Polihua Beach
Hulopoʻe Bay


Molokaʻi

HIGHLIGHTS:
Pāpōhaku Beach
Kaunakakai Town
Hālawa Valley
Kalaupapa National
Historical Park


Oʻahu

HIGHLIGHTS:
Waikīkī Beach
Pearl Harbor
ʻahi (Diamond Head)
North Shore
Koʻolina
ʻIolani Palace
Bishop Museum


Kaua‘i

HIGHLIGHTS:
Nāpali Coast
Waimea Canyon
Wailua River
Spouting Horn
National Tropical Botanical Garden
Daniel K. Inouye Kīlauea Point Lighthouse

A hui hou…

(Until we meet again)

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