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Welcome to Kalani!
Kalani is Hawaii's largest retreat center, one of the best-loved centers in the world for more than 35 years.
Visitors from around the world come for our personal and group yoga retreats and our colorful mix of performing arts, nature, adventure, and diverse programming.
Here's what visitors are saying about Kalani:
Life is exuberant on Kalani’s 120 acres of organic agriculture, preserved heritage, and retreat accommodations. Exuberant in fiery lava, invigorating ocean, tropical foliage, and exuberant too with people celebrating the spirit of aloha.
Only five miles away, you'll find easy access to lava fields where the lava flows down into the sea, and Volcano National Park is just a one-hour drive..We are blessed to be upwind, so we have no vog (volcanic smog) here, just the sweet, clean air of the Northeast Trades coming across thousands of miles of Pacific Ocean, considered to be the cleanest air on earth.
Visit our tropical conservation coast and center yourself at the haven Shiva Rea calls "one of the most potent and nurturing retreat centers in the world."
Your Contributions Make a Difference!
Kalani is established as a non-profit, 501(c)(3) charity with a 35-year track record of service. We are the largest NGO provider of recreational and cultural services serving Puna, the poorest district in Hawaii. In addition to serving our community, we also provide substantial services to thousands of retreat center visitors annually.
Whether you stay with us as a guest, or make a tax-deductible donation to one of our funds, your contributions support our educational mission, the preservation of ancient Hawaiian cultural sites, and the development of a model sustainable community.
We value your contributions, and put your dollars to good work transforming lives and preserving cultural heritage. To make a secure, tax-deductible contribution please call (800) 800-6886, or click the button below.
"Kalani is the kind of low-key paradise that makes you fall in love with Hawaii again." – Edward Guthman, The Advocate