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The ‘Alohilani Story

This property is dedicated to Queen Lili’uokalani and her love and passion for Hawaii

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ARRIVE Nov 30
DEPART Dec 1
GUESTS 2

“Heavenly brightness”

This is The Place

‘Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach resides on land once occupied by Queen Lili’uokalani and is named after one of her beachside cottages, meaning “heavenly brightness” or “royal light.” In honor of her legacy and a deep commitment to preserving Hawaii’s forests, ‘Alohilani has partnered with Hawaiian Legacy Reforestation Initiative (HLRI), a non-profit organization committed to returning the indigenous  koa, milo and sandalwood trees back to the Hawaiian Islands. By staying at ‘Alohilani, guests can contribute to these efforts.

Guests are encouraged to visit HLRI’s Gunstock Ranch on Oahu’s  beautiful north shore and plant their own tree. Scenic tree planting tours include horseback riding, helicopter and UTV tours.  Each tree planted through HLRI is tagged with an individual radio-  frequency identification chip that records everything from genetic  makeup and health to the circumstances of the planting. Guests can track their tree throughout its lifetime.

On the Big Island, HLRI has already planted 400,000 trees on 1,200 acres. It was designated  by the World Wildlife Fund as the first Gold Standard Certified Forest Carbon Credit in North America, and remains the only koa carbon credit in the world. The forest is pumping clean oxygen  into the atmosphere at an astonishing rate: one koa tree alone can offset a vacation for a family of four. ‘Alohilani, with the help of their guests, has pledged to plant 100,000 trees with HLRI,  helping to revive Hawaii’s endangered hardwood species and rehabilitate a native ecosystem.