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Green Travel in Honolulu


Photo: Courtesy of L'Etoile

Eco-tours focusing on Honolulu's cultural heritage, sacred sites, and the fragile environment help green-friendly travelers get the most out of the island.

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Destinations: Honolulu

Inspired by: Going Green in America's Cities — by Keith Rockmael, Published Oct. 2007

Hotels (1)

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    Sheraton Princess Kaiulani

    Along with spectacular views of natural blue Pacific and Diamond Head, the hotel showed its eco-commitment with heat pumps and exchangers to recove

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    Owner Ed Kenney composts with a worm bin, then uses the fertilizer on the greenery outside of Downtown.

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    Town, Honolulu

    Town lives by the motto of its founders and chefs, Ed Kenney and Dave Caldiero: “Local first, organic whenever possible, with aloha always.” The re

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    Hina Adventures Eco-tour

    Two native Oahu women lead hiking and driving adventures that focus on the local cultural heritage, sacred sites, and the fragile environment.

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    Segway of Hawaii

    Segway of Hawaii provides tours of the island of Oahu on wheeled, human gliders. A number of excursions are available, including the Diamond Head a

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