Kahala’s Initiative for Sustainability, Culture & the Arts
The Kahala Hotel & Resort is deeply committed to preserving Oahu’s land, ocean and culture for generations to come. So together with the Hawaii Legacy Reforestation Initiative, a non-profit organization, we created the Kahala Initiative for Sustainability, Culture and the Arts (KISCA).
KISCA is our commitment to restore part of the natural landscape of the island and plant 200,000 endemic Hawaiian Milo trees in Malaekahana on the North Shore of Oahu. It’s an important initiative that provides a brighter and more beautiful future for Hawaii.
As a KISCA supporter, you’ll enjoy exclusive opportunities to immerse yourself in rich cultural experiences and create meaningful memories during your stay at The Kahala.
Your generous donation entitles you to:
Spa Discounts ($100 value): KISCA participants receive two $50 credits toward spa services at the resort — the Kala Ko‘iKo‘i Lomilomi treatment and the Oli Oli Lomilomi massage.
Complimentary admission to the Bishop Museum ($25 value): The Bishop Museum is home to ancient Hawaiian artifacts, royal family heirlooms, and one of the largest natural history specimen collections in the world. Four times per week, complimentary shuttle service is provided from the hotel to the Bishop Museum. Consult the concierge desk for shuttle times and reservations.
Discounted Cultural Tours ($20 value): Holokino Hawaii provides riders with an authentic cultural tour of Oahu’s Kona district from the vantage point of the ocean looking back towards land. Guests will participate in a voyage aboard a Hawaiian Sailing Canoe, learning about Polynesian non-instrument navigation and practicing basic way finding techniques.
Discounted Admission to Iolani Palace Docent Guided Tours ($7 value): Led by volunteer docents, visitors learn about the Palace’s history from its completion in 1882 to the overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy in 1893. Iolani Palace is a living restoration of a proud Hawaiian national identity and is recognized as the spiritual and physical multicultural epicenter of Hawaii.
Leave Your Legacy in The Kahala Legacy Forest: Your contribution supports The Kahala’s initiative to plant 200,000 endemic Hawaiian Milo trees on Oahu’s North Shore in partnership with the Hawaii Legacy Reforestation Initiative.