Hawaii Mom Blog: Fairmont Orchid Launches Live Pono Hawaii Package




March 5, 2020

Fairmont Orchid Launches Live Pono Hawaii Package

Fairmont Orchid, a luxury resort along the pristine Kohala Coast of Hawai‘i Island, is teaming up with the County of Hawai‘i and the Hawai‘i Wildlife Fund to encourage visitors to be pono (righteous) while exploring the island. We invite guests to respect Hawai‘i Island’s natural resources, protect its wildlife and embrace the island’s distinct aloha spirit on this World Wildlife Day.

Hawai‘i has been named the “endangered species capital of the world” as the Pacific Islands Fish and Wildlife Office lists more than 400 threatened and endangered species in the state. Introduction of alien species and diseases has had a devastating effect on native plants and animals, so safeguarding their protection has become paramount as we welcome visitors to enjoy the natural wonders of Hawai‘i Island.

In the spirit of encouraging responsible tourism, Fairmont Orchid is proud to debut its Live Pono Hawai‘i package to inspire visitors to take the Pono Pledge, a new initiative by the Island of Hawai‘i Visitors Bureau to support mindful exploration on island. The offer includes:

· A one-hour, private snorkel excursion for two in the pristine Pauoa Bay, home to one of the healthiest reefs in the Hawaiian Islands. One of Fairmont Orchid’s in-house Hui Holokai Beach Ambassadors will guide you on a curated experience to learn how to heed ocean conditions while viewing honu (Hawaiian sea turtles), coral and tropical fish.

· Fun & Sun Activity passes for two, which includes all beach rental equipment such as snorkels, fins, masks, stand-up paddle boards, personal floats, boogie boards, one and two person kayaks and noodles.

· An 8-oz. jar of Rare Hawaiian Organic Kiawe Honey locally-made in Waimea by the property’s resident beekeeper who manages four beehives onsite.

· A tin of organic Little Hands Hawai‘i reef-safe, locally prepared sunscreen will protect both you and Hawai‘i’s delicate ocean habitat.

· A special Pono Pledge water bottle courtesy of the County of Hawai‘i.

· $10 from every room night booked will go to the Hawai‘i Wildlife Fund to protect native wildlife through research, education, conversation, restoration and advocacy projects.

“Our passion for creating a more sustainable world stems from the desire to protect and preserve this island that we love,” says General Manager Charles Head. “It’s our company-wide commitment to integrate eco-friendly offerings throughout our property. As we take more steps to become increasingly environmentally friendly, we’re excited to invite our guests to join us in doing the same.”

Find Fairmont Orchid on Facebook: facebook.com/FairmontOrchidHawaii and Instagram: @fairmontorchid.

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