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Want To Stay In Hawaii For Free? Here’s How

Have you been dreaming of traveling to Hawaii ever since the islands reopened and made travel easier with pre-trip Covid testing? Now there’s a way to have a cheaper trip—and give back at the same time. Call it the aloha spirit. In Hawaii, “aloha” is not just a greeting, it’s also a way of living in harmony that involves treating people—and the land—with love and respect. With that concept in mind, the state of Hawaii has launched a new program called Mālama Hawai‘i (Care for Hawaii). The concept: In exchange for doing a bit of volunteer work on your trip, you can get a free night at a hotel in return.

The initiative includes volunteer projects ranging from reforestation and tree planting to beach cleanups, ocean reef preservation and creating Hawaiian quilts for elders. And while travelers benefit with a more affordable trip, the ultimate goal is to help visitors slow down, travel deeper and have a more transformative experience—and to leave the islands in better shape than before they arrived.

Alaska Airlines has also gotten involved in the program and will be planting one tree for each flight it makes to Hawaii through the end of the year—with an estimated 900 trees to be planted.

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Here, we take a sneak peek at a handful of hotels that are participating in the program, with a rundown of the best places for each personality.

The pool at the Sheraton Waikiki.

Sheraton Waikiki

Sheraton Waikiki – Oahu 


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