Providing the eco-tourist a destination farm retreat, Hawaiian style.
We are a tropical sanctuary of wellness education and ecological recreation in the spirit of aloha
Hawaiian Sanctuary holds a Federal Educational 501c3 non-profit status.
AND If YOU would like to donate to our mission and support rebuilding of our agricultural classrooms, click below.
We are located on a 44-acre tropical farm sanctuary on ancient Hawaiian lands in the Puna District, one of the last undeveloped magical coastal regions on the Big Island of Hawaii. The farm is on the windward side, 21 miles Southeast of Hilo - a culturally diverse university town - and less than 1 mile from Pahoa (easy to bike or walk) - a historic town with excellent restaurants, grocery and health food stores, post office and library.
Coming from the Airport: Exit the airport and turn left on Hwy 11 (Kanoelehua Ave).
Continue on Hwy 11 for approx 8 miles and turn left onto Hwy 130 towards Pahoa
Continue on Hwy 130 for 12 miles, passing the town of Pahoa on your right, and look for mile marker 12 on your right.
Turn right into the driveway at mile marker 12 and follow it into the property
From anywhere else in Hilo: Simply get onto Hwy 11 and follow directions above