Vow Renewal... Presided over by an authentic Hawaiian Kahuna (priest), marriage vows are exchanged in Hawaii’s own native  language. The location is a replicated Hawaiian village in one of the most “photogenic valleys in the world”.  The Ka'a'awa valley once the training ground for Alii’s (Chiefs) is considered sacred to Hawaiians. Today it is highly prized as scenery background for filmmakers. 


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In remembrance of Hawaiian history--and in surroundings that converge yesterday with today--we enter a place where couples may embrace once again and renew their vow of devotion. VACNet presents this opportunity of coming together in a spirit that connects old and new Hawaiiana.

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