“Take care of Hawaii”
Redline Rafting embraces its ecological responsibilities, understanding the limited natural resources our beautiful islands have to offer. We believe it is everyone’s kuleana (responsibility) to take care of our land and ocean.
In support of “Malama Hawai’i,” we are encouraging visitors to leave our island better than when they arrived through voluntourism. We are proud to provide reusable tote bags and thrash grabbers to pick up debris from beaches, hiking trails, parks, or anywhere there is a need to clean up our island home.
Those who participate will receive a discount on our snorkeling trips and maybe perks at participating hotels (check with your hotel).
Step 1: Stop by the Kihei Boat Ramp at 2800 S. Kihei Road from 6 a.m. – 12 p.m. daily. Look for our gray trucks with a sign that says “Malama Hawaiʻi.” It’s DIY, so simply grab one of the clean reusable malt bags from the back of the truck and a trash grabber.
Step 2: Now it’s up to you where you Malama Hawaiʻi. You can pick up debris around the Kihei Boat Ramp, nearby beaches, parks, or even the street side. The goal is if each person filled one reusable bag of debris, you are doing your part to take care of our land and ocean because everything is connected.
Step 3: Once your bag is full of debris, snap a photo with your bag. You are welcome to leave the bag full of trash in the back of our trucks and we will dispose of them. Then simply put the reusable bag and trash-grabber in the back of the truck so that we can clean them for future use.