As soon as you arrive in Oahu you’ll begin to feel it. Malama aina, or taking care of the ocean and land, is at the center of Hawaiian life. It’s not something we teach, but just something you experience. From food to family, the ocean and land is what gathers us.

Join us on this quick tour from Makapuu Beach to Pokai Bay, from Na Mea Kupono Taro Farm to Kahumana Organic Farm, and from surfing Waikiki with the Moniz family to diving with One Ocean and Wild Side Specialty Tours. Across all of these local families, you’ll find mindfulness, Malama aina, reflected in everything they do.

This post is proudly produced in partnership with The Hawaiian Islands.

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