To be located on the remote volcanic island of Hawaii. Kalani is more than a place to vacation or take a workshop. We are a thriving community of individuals who have made Kalani our home. Kalani community is actively engaged in sustainable agriculture, as well as operating an educational retreat, is an important contributor to the Big Island’s eco-tourism economy and is closely connected to the surrounding Pahoa and Puna area as well as the entire Hawai’i Island.
Membership & Visitors
- Current members: 50
Non-working Guests welcome, Work Exchange welcome, Volunteers welcome,