Hawaiian History & Culture

Hawaiian History & Culture

  • Rohn Boyd
  • 08/3/22

Today, Hawaii is a bustling set of islands with people going about their day-to-day lives. But the tradition and spirit of native Hawaiians are still very much alive here today.

The spirit of aloha – being in the presence of and sharing the essence of life – teaches us lessons of peace, kindness, compassion, and responsibility to future generations. 

Learning about the cultural roots that are planted in this state can you show you that Hawaii is more than just pretty beaches (even though that’s pretty great too).

Hawaiian Language
Olelo Hawaii, the Hawaiian language, is the key to unlocking systems of knowledge and understanding unique to Hawaii.

Heritage Sites
Hawaii’s heritage sites like museums and monuments help us understand the historical, cultural, and environmental forces that shaped society on these islands.

Since the first voyagers arrived in these islands 1,500 years ago, Hawaii has been home to luminaries, pioneers, and movements that have made waves far beyond these shores.

Much more than a dance, more than storytelling, hula is a practice through which Hawaiians connect with natural foundations and ancestral wisdom.

With good company, delicious food, and lively entertainment, the modern-day luau is a one-of-a-kind experience that celebrates Hawaii.

Traditions and Customs
The traditions and customs of Hawaii have roots in native traditions, and influences from the many cultures who came from afar to call Hawaii home.

BOTTOM LINE: Living in Hawaii and sharing your life here with your family is a great privilege. One that can be cherished through the culture created here by others before you.

And if you don’t yet live on the Garden Island or any island in Hawaii, I’d love to show you some real estate in Kaua’i that would make a great fit for you.

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