This Aloha Friday, April 22, you can share the aloha with the land and ocean.
In celebration of Earth Day we will be hosting a hike, clean-up and lunch with our friends at North Shore Community Land Trust and The Surfrider Foundation. Then in the evening, we have special guest Ocean Ramsey talking story about her mission to save sharks and the ocean.
Here’s all the Earth Day festivities we have in store for you at Turtle Bay Resort. We hope you can join us!
Make a difference with us on our Kahuku Point!
Enjoy a guided hike to Kahuku Point 9a- 11am, then participate in a beach cleanup at Kahuku Point 11am-1pm (light lunch provided)
Meet at the Guidepost in the lobby at 9a to participate!
Kahuku Point is one of O‘ahu’s last intact coastal sand dune systems and is critical habitat for numerous species of endangered and/or endemic wildlife including ‘Ohai, Yellow-Faced Bees, Hawaiian Monk Seals, and Sea Turtles.
Check in at the GuidePost, located in the Turtle Bay Resort lobby. After check-in you will get to enjoy a short guided cultural walk out to Kahuku Point. Please be sure to wear comfortable clothes, sun protection, and bring a reusable water bottle. Water and snacks will be provided in addition to the lunch.
Talk Story with Shark Expert Ocean Ramsey at Surfer, The Bar
Talk story with Ocean Ramsey 7:30-8:30pm Doors open at 7pm $5 suggested donation at the door benefits: Turtle Bay Foundation.
The One Ocean Diving Pelagic Program was adapted by internationally recognized shark and marine conservationist and biologist, Ocean Ramsey, to serve as a major conservation effort and to help assist with funding for the ongoing studies and serious shark and marine conservation efforts.