On Friday April 14th, Te mana o te moana’s team was at La pointe Vénus in Tahiti to host the traditional Hawaiian canoe Hokule’a for the final step of its historic journey. Since its departure in 2013, Hokule’a has visited 24 islands, 150 ports, 27 countries and 5 continents, and has travelled all these trips without navigational instruments to grow a global movement toward a sustainable world.
All the actors of the culture of Polynesia were united for the event. A Polynesian’s welcoming that was rich in tradition, where more than 200 musicians and dancers were present, for a colorful day. Our team animated a stand in the Hokule’a village to present our actions and propose educational activities for all families. In total, about 60 adults and around 30 children have been made aware.
The Hokule’a canoe will complete its trip on June 17th in Hawaii.
For more informations : http://www.hokulea.com/