HONOLULU, HI (January 6, 2014) – Visitors and locals who attend the upcoming Discover Kualoa will have the opportunity to walk the grounds of Kualoa Ranch and partake in some distinctive and remarkable tours. On Saturday, January 18, 2014, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Kualoa Ranch will showcase Ahupua‘a Hakipu‘u as Discover Kualoa will open its gates for guests to see firsthand the depths of Moli‘i Fishpond, various famous movie sites and beautiful sections of Kualoa Ranch, via its “Discover Kualoa Experience Pass,” available for purchase online.
The “Discover Kualoa Experience Pass” can be reserved at http://www.kualoa.com/discover-kualoa/, priced with kama‘aina discount: $39+ tax for adults and $19+tax for children; and non-resident price: $49+tax for adults and $29+tax for children. The pass covers admission and various tours, including an exclusive oyster farm and Moli‘i Fishpond tour, movie sites and ranch tour, as well as the Kualoa Ranch garden tour. The oyster farm and fishpond tour will only be offered at January’s Discover Kualoa event.
The first Discover Kualoa will be followed by two more exciting events celebrating Makahiki Season: February 15 and March 15 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Each day will highlight a different facet of Hawaiian culture: January will feature Mōli‘i Fishpond and ancient arts and crafts, February will celebrate the legacy of Ahupua‘a Ka‘a‘awa and March will honor Ahupua‘a Kualoa by celebrating its story through song and dance. Each of the individual events will be held on different parts of the ranch: January in Ahupua’a Hakipu’u, February in Ahupua’a Ka’a’awa and March in Ahupua’a Kualoa.
Visit http://discover.kualoa.com/ for more information, or join the conversation on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/DiscoverKualoa.
Discover Kualoa is part of a larger campaign of events known as “Discover Our Islands” that was launched to recognize and honor Hawai‘i’s unique culture. Neighborhoods across the state — including Kaka‘ako, North Shore, Waikiki and Maui — hold similar events throughout the year, recognizing the unique characteristics and features of each area.