Located 30 minutes from Hāna, KĪPAHULU is an ISOLATED COMMUNITY predominately POPULATED BY NATIVE HAWAIIANS who continue to share the traditions of their forefathers.
To hear their stories, take a HIKE through the Kīpahulu area of HALEAKALĀ NATIONAL PARK. Native Hawaiian guides will tell tales of old Hawai‘i, and stop at treasured CULTURAL SITES like KAPAHU LIVING FARM , where traditional TARO PATCHES have been restored to active production. The hike is operated by KĪPAHULU ‘OHANA, a nonprofi t organization that helps sustain the community’s lifestyle and provides work opportunities for residents.
Call 808-248-8673 or visit kipahulu.org.