Hanalei Colony Resort on Kaua‘i’s remote North Shore is launching a new environmental and sustainability series called Travel Well.
The series encourages travel as a force for good, offering experiences to protect nature, forge positive community engagement, and embrace cultural diversity.
“Our Travel Well series encourages visitors to always travel with gratitude and respect, and to leave our ‘aina (land) better than they found it,” said Hanalei Colony Resort General Manager Joseph Kuharic.
The resort is kicking off the series with two special offers for guests:
Hanalei Colony Resort’s Eat.Shop.Kauai. promotion is intended to help make conscious commerce the new normal by changing the way guests shop in Kaua‘i.
Guest will receive an upcycled reusable farmers’ market tote bag, along with a guide to Kaua‘i’s local farms, markets, and roadside stands. At farmers’ markets – locally known as sunshine markets – dozens of farmers sell a variety of organic produce items and stunning tropical flowers in a festive outdoor atmosphere.
Guests can take advantage of each suite’s full kitchen or the resort’s brand-new Hale Ho‘omaha (House of Relaxation) and its inviting open-air BBQ and lounge area to create fresh meals for family and friends that capture the distinct flavors of the island.
Stay four nights and receive a $100.00 grocery credit and an upcycled reusable farmers’ market tote bag. Credit applied at check-out with valid food-only grocery receipts. Only one credit per room per stay. Optional Addition: +$75 fee to stock guests’ pantry before arrival. Use booking code GCREDIT.
For booking, specials, and more, visit HCR.com.