As of recently, Paradise Bay Resort and Hui o Ko’olaupoko have decided to partner up and offer resort guests activities and programs that intend to teach visitors about the local ocean, land conservation, and Hawaiian history. Paradise Bay Resort offers an abundance of activities and adventures, including hiking, surfing, snorkeling, sport fishing, golfing, kayaking, and more. And the newest addition will be what Hui o Ko’olaupoko now offers as well.
Hui o Ko’olaupoko is an organization that aims to protect the ocean health by restoring the natural land from mauka to makai (mountain to ocean). This is made possible by partnerships with various other organizations such as community members and other interested citizens, non-governmental organizations, government, educational institutions and businesses, and now Oahu’s Paradise Bay Resort. The Hui o Ko’olaupoko relies heavily on community participation for the success of its projects. Many volunteers and partners are involved in helping with erosion control, water quality monitoring, invasive species removal and habitat restoration using native Hawaiian flora.
Paradise Bay Resort is located on Oahu’s east side in the green rainforests of Kaneohe. This hideaway boasts sweeping views of the tropical landscapes, from the ocean to the mountains, to the valleys and pastures. Paradise Bay Resort goes beyond a normal hotel experience in the islands. Known to be the ultimate Hawaii experience, this windward resort takes you away from the hustle and bustle of the city and offers a private, spacious getaway for luxurious relaxation.
The two companies will come together for a union of local awareness, offering guests Eco Friendly tours, programs, and volunteer work to give back to the islands. Paradise Bay Resort is also the only B&B resort hotel on Oahu, so the new partnership will add to the property’s uniqueness and exclusivity. For more information on how to get involved in the Hui o Ko’olaupoko program, visit their website at