Hundreds of people from around the world have come to Kahina Pōhaku loko i’a to learn, build, help maintain the fish pond, and for some time to decompress from their busy lives. Uncle Leimana has guided many visitors in healing through selfless work on the fishpond and teaching them to subsist purely off the land and ocean. We can work with groups up to 5-7 people for a maximum of 3 nights. We have portable toilets on site; however, we ask for visitors to bring their own water and food and to be mindful of their opala (trash). Kahina Pōhaku is first and foremost a cultural learning center, in an authentic subsistence setting. Mahalo for respecting the ʻāina and tradition of this special place, with Kapu Aloha at all times.
Kahina Pōhaku is funded through our programs and your partnership, so your support is greatly appreciated. For more information on rates, programs, and partnership opportunities, please fill out form below with a brief description of your group, size, and stay length, up to 3 days. Two weeks prior notice for scheduling required.