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Guided Cultural Hikes & Experiences

Hike the Waipiʻo Valley Rim and learn authentic perspectives from an indigenous Hawaiian non-profit organization

- Family friendly

- Local, healthy lunch provided

- Supports cultural education and land revitalization activities

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Paʻa ka honua 
i na keiki a ka Pōhāhā

Pōhāhā I Ka Lani is a Hawaiian non-profit organization rooted in Waipiʻo Valley to revitalize and advance indigenous Kanaka Maoli cultural knowledge and land stewardship of this sacred place of our ancestors. 


 Our work is to embody the essence of Pōhāhā I Ka Lani, "the emergence of intelligent stewardship to perpetuate and advance Hawaiian resources", by continuing to host educational, community, and cultural groups & workshops at our various sites of Waipiʻo Valley, stewarding the ʻāina to ensure the history, ancestral knowledge, and spirit of this wahi pana are perpetuated.

The Earth will be held fast by the children of Pōhāhā.-

 A line from one of Hiʻiakaikapoliopeleʻs chants

 Buke II, Helu 50, 31 Iulai

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Educational Group Hostings

Mālama ʻāina & moʻolelo for K-12, university, and community groups

4 Sites Available

- Nāpoʻopoʻo Village in Waipiʻo

- Ti House in Waipiʻo

- Koaʻekea, Waipiʻo Lookout

- Waipiʻo rimlands above Waipiʻo

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