Haloha Jeep Adventures

April 23, 2019 1 min

MALAMA DA ʻAINA

Updated: April 23, 2019

Our number one customers are the kānaka maoli (Native Hawaiians) and the ʻāina (the land). The ʻāina is more than just soil, sand, or dirt. Humankind and nature were considered siblings born to the same parents at the beginning of time.

The well-known bamboo forest along the road to Hana is privately owned by the East Maui Irrigation Co. and is private property. (see photo) With this in mind, our policy is to respect the ʻāina of Maui by not trespassing on private property or entering culturally sensitive land.

Please join us in showing mālama da ʻāina (care for the land) by not trespassing on private or sacred land.