Tag: voluntourism

Hawaii voluntourism: make a difference

Hawaii’s Great Outdoors, its beaches and natural spaces, are by and large the reason most people seek out a vacation in paradise. “Hawaii voluntourism” is an ever-growing movement among Hawaii visitors at a time when residents have embraced beach and natural space cleanups at unprecedented rates over the past two years of the pandemic. There […]

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Mālama Meaning in Hawaii

Here’s a word you’ll likely see and hear while in Hawaii: mālama. So before you visit, it’s important to understand mālama’s meaning and importance in Hawaiian culture.   Malama means “to care for and protect.” It’s a widely used term that may be applied to almost any situation, and you can easily discover its many uses […]

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