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Call and speak to a friendly Aloha Later volunteer!
Volunteers are from Hawaii Nautical, which just like all ocean activity companies, is not currently providing any tours in accordance with COVID-19 precautions, travel quarantine restrictions and government directives.
We have a lot of time to chat! Let's share ideas on how we all can continue to stay safe from COVID-19 and support each other from afar.
You can still plan a beautiful vacation to our islands much later, when the time is right.
2270 Kalakaua Avenue, Suite 1702 Honolulu, HI 96815
Our hotline is handled by Hawaii Nautical: (808) 234-7245
1 Aloha Later ribbon ($20) comes with 1 redemption code, which will be sent by mail. The code can be used during a future Hawaii vacation to redeem 1 discount per participating vendor, based on the then-active offer list from participating vendors at the link Where to Redeem
Call 808-234-7245 to speak with a friendly Aloha Later volunteer to make your donation, receive an immediate coupon code, and confirm the mailing address. They will quickly mail you your ribbon and coupon.
The funds you donate via your Aloha Ribbon purchase go to relief for furloughed hospitality-sector island families, and also support initiatives that benefit first responders, essential workers and community organizations.
The ribbon-code discounts and incentives will only be valid in Hawaii after the threat of COVID-19 has passed and the Governor's travel and quarantine orders have been lifted.
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Or call: (808)234-7245
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HHIF is the nonprofit 501(c)(3) arm of the Hawai‘i Lodging & Tourism Association, the largest private-sector tourism association in the state, representing over 700 businesses, including nearly 200 hotels and over 50,000 rooms statewide.