Heritage

Through a partnership between Haseko and the State of Hawaii, the Hoakalei Cultural Foundation serves as the steward of nearly 25 acres of land along the Honouliuli coastal zone. The land comprises three preservation areas, which include traditional Hawaiian house sites, shelters, dry-land agricultural features and walls, and historic... Read More

Like so many places throughout the Hawaiian Islands, Honouliuli is a place which bears with it traditions and cultural attachments that span generations, from Hawaiian antiquity to the modern day. Hono-uliuli — may be literally translated as meaning, “Dark-bay,” and is descriptive of the lochs (Awalau o Puuloa) that make up what is now... Read More