Disclaimer: This site is following COVID-19 protocols which are updated with the Hawaii State Department of Health and may restrict certain activities.
Kahuku Point lies majestically at the northernmost tip of Oahu. This undeveloped coastline is one the few remaining places on island with intact coastal strand habitat that includes native ohia flowers, monk seals, and nesting sea turtles, all of which are under threats from development, debris, and invasive activity. Help us restore the indigenous landscape while protecting the area for wildlife.
We will begin with a guided hiking tour of the coastline from the Turtle Bay Resort. Upon arriving at Kahuku Point, we’ll work as a team in the sand to plant native species and remove invasive varieties that threaten the local vegetation.
Your efforts will help us achieve our mission of protecting one of the world’s last remaining accessible wild coastlines near a major metropolitan area. By saving special lands from development, together we will preserve places that enrich and restore the human spirit – now and for future generations to come.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for current availability. Or check out the Facebook Events Page.
- Opportunity to see monk seals, humpback whales, sea turtles, seabirds, and shorebirds
- Learn about the history and cultural significance of Kahuku Point
- Hear some local legends and become knowledgeable about native species
- Enjoy a guided hike along the beautiful coastline of Turtle Bay Resort
- Journey through sand dunes full of lush vegetation, past wind swept trees and rocky coral, towards our scenic restoration site
- Following all State and CDC guidelines
- Groups limited to 4 volunteers
Know Before You Join
- Ability to hike 3 miles over sandy, mostly flat terrain (beginner’s level hike)
- Ability to perform gardening tasks that include bending, stretching and working in a windy area
- No drop-ins, book for free using calendar on this page; (guided hike normally retails for $20 per person to hotel guests)