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Mālama Maui

Mālama Maui

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Caring for Our Island Home Out of the tens of thousands of islands in the Pacific Ocean, there is only one that bears the name Maui. Given that the legends…

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Traditional Hawaiian Blessing Marks Start of Hoʻomaka Hou (A New Beginning) Transformation Project

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On March 9, 2022, Fairmont Kea Lani hosted a gathering at the resort’s ʻŌhiʻa Grove to recognize the beginning of the  Hoʻomaka Hou (A New Beginning) transformation project.  The Hoʻomaka…

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KULEANA COMMITMENT

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What it means to give back, Hawaiian Style. There’s something about Maui that stays with you long after you leave the majestic island. Perhaps it’s the warm, floral-and-fruit-scented air that…

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MAKAHIKI

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2021 Makahiki: Ke Aka | Reflections Makahiki is a sacred time for Native Hawaiians. The four month Makahiki season begins with the first sighting of the makaliʻi (the constellation Pleiades)…

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Native Forest Display Blessing

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On October 12, 2021 a small traditional blessing was held in honor of the Fairmont Kea Lani’s recent installment of a Native Hawaiian forest display and garden. Individuals from the…

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The History and Tradition of Canoes (Waʻa) in Hawaiʻi

Culture

Much in the way that hula is not merely a dance, canoes are not just boats — they are part of the fabric of Hawaiian culture, imbued with the struggles and triumphs of its people from their earliest days.

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Discovering Hawaii Through the Fairmont Kea Lani’s Vintage Map Collection

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The Fairmont Kea Lani is home to a museum-quality collection of some of the rarest and most historically significant maps of the Hawaii in existence.

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