‘Alohilani Resort

ʻAlohilani Resorts Partners With Hawaiian Legacy Reforestation Initiative To Plant 100,000 Indigenous Trees.


ʻAlohilani Resort is proud to play a role in bringing Hawaii's endemic forests back. Through our partnership with the non-profit Hawaiian Legacy Reforestation Initiative (HLRI), we are helping return treasured native trees to the Big Island of Hawaii and to 500 acres on Gunstock Ranch on Oahu’s north shore. We consider it our duty: we reside on land that belongs to Queen Liliʻuokalani’s Trust, and we can honor her legacy by restoring the natural wealth of her islands.


ʻAlohilani adds a $5 “Tree Fee” to each stay that goes straight to HLRI’s thriving reforestation program.  ʻAlohilani, with the help of our guests, has pledged to plant 100,000 trees with HLRI, helping to revive Hawaii’s endangered hardwood species and rehabilitate a native ecosystem. We invite you to take part in your own tree-planting ceremony within the ʻAlohilani Forest on Oahu.

Hawaiian Legacy Reforestation Initiative

PO Box 22435 Honolulu, HI 96823




Phoenix Award Winner  for Excellence in Sustainability and Conservation