What is Mālama Hawaii?
The Mālama Hawaii Program was created by the Hawaii Tourism Authority to provide visitors with opportunities to leave the Islands in a better state than they found them. It’s all about making your mark by not leaving a trace. Hawaii gives so much to all who visit. From unforgettable memories and once-in-a-lifetime experiences to unique creative cuisine and unparalleled landscapes. It’s only fitting that we should aim to return the favor by dedicating some time to giving back.
The best part? Not only will you have a meaningful impact on the Hawaiian ecosystem and shorelines, but you’ll also receive something in return! Visitors who take advantage of Prince Waikiki’s Mālama Hawaii offer receive a fourth night for free and take home a sustainable commemorative gift. And if you’re a Prince Preferred Member, your Resort Charge will be waived.
Mālama at Prince Waikiki
Receiving your fourth night free and a sustainable commemorative gift makes it easy to commit to Mālama Hawaii at Prince Waikiki! But the experience of volunteering and knowing you are making a difference is a reward in itself. For our offer, we’ve partnered with Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii, a local nonprofit run by a small, grassroots team of dedicated staff and volunteers. Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii cares for the Hawaiian ecosystem through fun, hands-on beach cleanups.
By committing to Mālama Hawaii at Prince Waikiki, you’ll have the opportunity to do a beach cleanup with a DIY (Do-It-Yourself) Beach Cleanup Kit. By taking action, you join a team of over 34,000 passionate volunteers. Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii also offers educational programs (with over 45,000 keiki, or children, educated to date), team-building cleanups, waste diversion services, and public awareness campaigns. As a result, they’ve cleaned up over 600,000 pounds of garbage from the shores of Hawaii.