Tour Price: $2925.00
May 16 to 21 2022
For those who follow the path of Huna, or for those that are fortunate enough to live in Hawai’i, it is common for us to use the word Aloha. We use it in greetings and farewells and in expressing love. But the word means even more, it is a way of life.
Within the word Aloha is everything you need to know how to interact rightly with others and with the natural world.
Join us in Kauai to discover the spiritual richness hidden in the true meaning of Aloha
HO’OMOE WAI KAHI KEKAO’O
“Lets all Travel together like water flowing in one direction”
Day 1: May 16/2022 You will fly into Lihue, Kauai and be transferred to the Kauai Beach hotel. It is nestled on 25 breathtaking, oceanfront acres on Kauai’s eastern shore. Aqua Kauai Beach Resort offers true Hawaiian hospitality and excellent amenities and activities that embrace the island lifestyle. Welcome dinner this evening.
Day 2: May 17/2022 Nukoli’i Sunrise Ceremony: The eastern location on Kauai provides us with spectacular sunrises right on the resort’s oceanfront. Join us for an authentic Hawaiian ceremony, hosted by the hotel, that helps us welcome the sun as it graces the land with an ancient chant, also called an oli. We will meet at 5:45 am, on the ocean lawn. Afterward we will have morning meditation and prayer from 8-9 am followed by breakfast and a seminar with Dr. Edward at 10 am.The morning can be spent at the beach or the pool. After lunch, we travel to the McBryde Garden located on the south shore. The botanical garden is nestled in the picturesque and historic Lawa’i Valley. The garden is a veritable botanical ark of tropical flora and home to the largest ex situ collection of native Hawaiian flora and fauna in existence. In the evening we will attend an E Komo Mai reception at the hotel which also includes a Hula show.
Day 3: May 18/2022 Start the morning with a visit with Sabra Kakau. We will learn the meaning of Aloha with Sabra Kauka, who is celebrated as one of the most influential Wahine Alakai (Woman Leaders) of Kauai. Sabra strives to honor the place of Hawaiian values in our world. As a cultural practitioner and teacher, she helps perpetuate the Native Hawaiian traditions. She will take us to The Wailua Complex of Heiau. It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1962. Consisting ofPoliahu Heiau, Hikinaakalä Heiau, Kalaeokamanu and Malae Heiau, these heiau denote the religious andsocial significance of the Wailua ahupua‘a to the history and culture of both Kaua‘i and Hawai‘i. Other sites within this historic complex are the royal birth site at Holoholokü, the petroglyphs at the rivermouth, and the bellstone. Wailua River State Park was initially established in 1954 in recognition of the outstanding scenic and wilderness character of the Wailua River along with the significant historical, archaeological, geological and other scientific values. The heiau sites were included in the park in 1962 to promote preservation and public awareness of these important cultural resources. On the return we will go by Wailua falls, a 173foot waterfall tucked away behind the Kalepa Mountain Forest Reserve in Hanamaulu. This is a great spot to soak in the beauty of the Garden Island. the rest of the day free to enjoy on your own, the pool or beach or for lunch and shopping you visit the town of Kappa. The historic beachside community of Old Kapaa Town on Kauai’s southeast shore sits in a wistful, sweet spot between the old and new. Later that evening we will go together to the famous Smith Family Garden Luau.
Day 4: May 19/2022 Start the morning with meditation and prayer from 8 am to 9 am This afternoon we are offering optional hikes on your own or your invited to go to Poipu beach for an afternoon on the beach and visit the Spouting horn “puhi” or blowhole that sprays ocean water up to 50 feet up in the air. Afterward, we will return to the Kauai Beach Hotel.
Day 5: May 20/2022 Morning with meditation and prayer from 8 am to 9 am followed by breakfast, and a seminar with Dr. Edward at 10 am. Afterward, we will visit Waimea Canyon. Waimea Canyon, also known as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific.The main road, Waimea Canyon Drive, leads you to a lower lookout point and the main Waimea Canyon Overlook, offering views of Kauai’s dramatic interior. Afterward we will visit Salt Pond beach for an afternoon snorkel and swim. That evening we will have our farewell dinner.
Day 6: May 21/2022Start the morning with meditation and prayer from 8 am to 9 am followed by breakfast, and then we will transfer to the airport for our flight home.
On your own extensions in Hawaii are available!
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