The Aloha Guest House is very environmentally friendly. We are proud to recognize and honor the Hawaiian tradition of malama'aina. We strive for sustainability by augmenting our hot water and electrical supply using solar panels. Filtered rainwater is used for our entire household and gardening needs. We also limit our waste by recycling, reusing, and composting.
Besides operating the Aloha Guest House, Svetlana and I grow 100% organic fruits and vegetables on our small 5-acre farm. Our organic produce is part of our farm to table breakfast menu and even sold in local markets such as the South Kona Fruit Stand. We also raise free-range pasture-fed chickens for a daily supply of healthy organic farm-fresh eggs. Food used for our breakfasts is either fresh from our farm or purchased at local farmer’s markets and natural food stores. Hawaii imports between 60 and 90 percent of the food consumed on our islands. We are proud that our organic fruit farm plays a small role in helping make a sustainable Hawaii.
The Aloha Guest House has earned a gold rating in Tripadvisor’s Green Leader program.
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