An hour’s drive away from the hustle and bustle of
Waikiki, you will experience the tranquility and serenity
of old Hawai‘i at the beautiful Makaha Resort. It is the perfect
setting for the Indigenous Voices in Social Work Conference,
while offering all the amenities needed to enjoy the simplest
pleasures of life in paradise.
You will find beautiful accommodations that span the rugged
cliffs of the Waianae Mountains and Oahu's pristine western
shore. Makaha Resort (& Golf Club) offers a landscape
of quiet splendor - complete with a spectacular 18-hole championship
Enjoy the beautiful and peaceful surroundings of Makaha Valley,
with magnificent views of the Waianae mountain range, the
valley, and splendid views of sunsets dropping into the blue
Pacific Ocean. Waianae is one of Hawaii’s indigenous
communities that will welcome you to the land of their ancestors,
as they share the spirit of Aloha.
Please join us for an unforgettable experience as we become
Drive westbound on the H1 Freeway; H1 will merge into Farrington
Highway (93). Take the right turn onto Makaha Valley Road
(by the 7-Eleven store) and continue up into the valley until
you reach a fork in the road. Turn left and proceed through
the white gates into the Makaha Resort.