Visitor Statistics and Hawaii Tourism
Lida and Burney recently submitted their annual report to Hawaii Tourism Authority to account for the organization’s generous support. This included the first detailed count of visitor statistics, showing that at least 12,270 people visited the site last year (many more actually, as many people do not sign the guest register). In addition, they were able to list 49 trained adult volunteers, as well as hundreds of school kids and walk-on volunteers, 4611 volunteer hours, and 37
partner organizations. We’re growing by leaps and bounds!
One popular result of the HTA support was the completion of the Makauwahi Cave Self-Guiding Trail, now enjoyed by thousands of local visitors and tourists in its first year.
For an electronic copy of the trail brochure in full color just click here.
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