The revitalization of Hawaiian traditions is an ongoing effort to honor and preserve the unique identity and legacy of the Native Hawaiian people. It is a testament to the resilience and strength of the Hawaiian community and serves as an inspiration to other cultures around the world. Learn about how the national park is preserving this culture.
ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi: Hawaiian Language
Learn some simple Hawaiian greetings and phrases from the rangers at Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park.
Experience the Skillful Work
A captivating new video series sharing authentic Hawaiian cultural practices that revitalizes Hawaiian culture and traditions.
Lime mortar masonry is a building technique that has been used for centuries. Learn how the park is preserving these archeological sites.
Once a thriving industry in Hawaiʻi, there were two pulu factories on Kīlauea
A storied portion of the Kīlauea summit, currently home to a traditional hale and a hula platform
Restoration of Indigenous Place Names
Place names can be more than just a place. These names can actually help to preserve a language and restore a culture.
Pronunciation of Hawaiian Place Names
Learn more about how place names have historical or cultural significance, reflecting the stories, events, and people that shaped the area.
Last updated: March 24, 2023