Endangered Native Habitats is a nature lover's and bird watcher's paradise.

Explore two distinctive habitats revealing the evolutionary epic of Hawaiian biology and observing native flora and fauna found nowhere else on earth. Visitors to our website can experience the wonders of these natural treasures for themselves with an up-close, exclusive tour specifically designed for guests interested in learning about Hawaii’s unique biodiversity. Endangered Native Habitats invites you to explore Maunaloa Cloud Mist Forest, which showcases Hawaii’s most rare plant communities while also providing sanctuary for endangered birds like the Palila, Hawai’i Creeper, Iiwi Apapane, and Elepaio. If you want to go higher than that, then check out.

Endangered Native Habitats is a private nature preserve and wildlife sanctuary that provides an extraordinary opportunity to explore the evolutionary epic of Hawaiian biology.

 Located in Kailua-Kona, HI, this special place was created by our passionate founder, who fell in love with Hawaii’s native plants and animals while living there. Endangered Native Habitats welcomes all people as they explore two exceptional habitats revealing the evolutionary epic of Hawaiian biology and observe native flora and fauna found nowhere else on earth. This is your chance to learn about endangered species like the Palila bird or Akiapolaau hare while hiking through the native forest among unique endangered plants, animals, and insects.


Endangered Native Habitats is a small, family-owned, and operated company to preserve and educate people about native Hawaiian habitats. The company offers tours to some of the most biologically diverse places in Kailua-Kona, HI.


Proudly guided by its owners – two passionate birdwatchers who grew up exploring these same areas – Endangered Native Habitats provides an experience that can’t be replicated anywhere else on earth.


Endangered Native Habitats Kailua-Kona, HI is an eco-tourism site that offers various tours to explore the cloud forest and dry subalpine forest. They offer a time where visitors can see endangered plant species and birds like the Palila bird.


Endangered Native Habitats is a nonprofit organization that seeks to promote awareness of the natural world and its endangered habitats.

The two habitats offer visitors an opportunity to explore unique ecosystems in Kailua-Kona, HI. The cloud mist forest on Maunaloa provides visitors a chance to explore one of the few remaining Hawaiian rainforests left in Hawaii while also exploring the sub-alpine dry forest on Maunakea. 


This tour provides nature lovers and birdwatchers opportunities to observe endemic flora and fauna found nowhere else on earth. Visitors can hike through native forests with rare plants, insects, birds, and animals and learn about these species’ extinction risks due to climate change or other human factors. Endangered Native Habitats Kailua-Kona, HI, is a premier eco-tourism company that will take you on a journey through two of Hawaii’s most unique and endangered habitats. There are no other places like these left on earth! You’ll explore Maunaloa Cloud Mist Forest and Maunakea Dryforest, where endemic species thrive. Make sure to visit our last remaining Palila habitat–the rarest bird in existence. We also offer guided hikes with an expert Naturalist who will teach you about native plants, animals, and insects found nowhere else but Hawaii’s forests.