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Standard Lei

A single strand of flowers.

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Superior Lei

A fuller lei with double the amount of flowers compared to the Standard Lei.

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Candy Lei

A fun alternative to flowers (type of candy varies in each lei) - the kids will love it!

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Deluxe Lei

Our most lavish lei with three times the amount of flowers compared to the Standard Lei.

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Ti Lei

Braided green leaf (ti leaf). This is the good luck lei!

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Tuberose Lei

Stronger fragrance lei (sweet) as opposed to the Standard Lei.

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Cigar Lei

Not a strong fragrance lei. A popular choice for men.

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Kukui Nut Lei

Glossy long lasting lei made from traditional Hawaiian nuts (not edible).

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Hawaiian Lei Greetings

Hawaiian Lei Greetings : Discount Fresh Flower Hawaii Leis

Experience a traditional welcome to the Islands with a Hawaiian flower lei greeting at the airport! A lei greeting is a warm and wonderful way to begin a Hawaiian vacation and experience the aloha spirit.

Your friendly lei greeter will wait for you at your arrival gate at the airport and welcome you with a fresh flower lei. Reserve a Hawaiian lei greeting for yourself, or make a special gift for someone else. This is also a great gift idea for honeymooners or first-time visitors to Hawaii.

You can choose between a variety of leis, including standard leis, leis for men or kid-friendly candy leis. We only use the best flowers available – dendrobium orchids, carnations, plumerias, tuberose or superior combinations of these flowers.

Reserve your Hawaiian lei greeting through Hawaii Discount. We offer the lowest prices on all lei greetings in Hawaii.


If you want fresh flower lei greetings, then make sure you order from us. All our leis are fresh and are NOT associated with a transportation company. All we do is offer the best fresh flower lei greetings and do not combo them with a transportation company.

hawaii_activitiesWearing flower garlands is a Hawaiian custom that was introduced to Hawaii by early Polynesian voyagers who arrived from Tahiti navigating by the stars in sailing canoes. The tradition grew and these garlands were worn by early Hawaiians to beautify themselves and distinguish themselves from others. With the advent of tourism in the Islands, the lei quickly became the symbol of Hawaii to millions of visitors worldwide.

In the early 1900s when boats were the only way to reach Hawaii, lei vendors lined the pier at Aloha Tower to welcome malihini (visitors) to the Islands and kama'aina (locals) as they returned home. It is said that departing visitors threw their lei into the sea as their ships passed Diamond Head in the hopes that like the lei, they would return to the Islands some day.

Things are a little faster paced with today's air travel, but you can easily bring back the nostalgia of the old Hawaii by ordering a traditional Hawaiian flower lei greeting when you arrive at the airport on either Oahu, Maui, Kauai or the Big Island of Hawaii. Reserve your lei greeting at the airport today and enjoy this special Hawaiian custom.

Instructions for Lei Greetings at HONOLULU Airport:

Greeter will be outside of your flight's arrival gate wearing a sand/black uniform, with a welcome sign with your name or group name.

Instructions for Lei Greetings at Kahului MAUI, Lihue KAUAI and Kona HAWAII Airport:

You will see your Greeter as you exit the terminal, prior to baggage claim. They will be wearing a purple/white uniform and welcome sign personalized with your name or group name.

A flower lei greeting at the airport is a great way to start your Hawaii vacation. Have one of our Hawaii airport greeters meet you with a beautiful Hawaiian lei. Order your Hawaiian lei greeting today! 

Instructions for Lei Greetings at HONOLULU Airport:

Greeter will be outside of your flight's arrival gate wearing a sand/black uniform, with a welcome sign with your name or group name.

Instructions for Lei Greetings at Kahului MAUI, Lihue KAUAI and Kona HAWAII Airport:

You will see your Greeter as you exit the terminal, prior to baggage claim. They will be wearing a purple/white uniform and welcome sign personalized with your name or group name.

A flower lei greeting at the airport is a great way to start your Hawaii vacation. Have one of our Hawaii airport greeters meet you with a beautiful Hawaiian lei. Order your Hawaiian lei greeting today! 


Hawaii - The Endangered Species Capital of the World

by Howery
April 16th, 2015

The Hawaiian Islands are home to amazing array of unique plants. Today it is estimated that there are approximately 1,400 vascular plant taxa (including species, subspecies, and varieties) native to the State of Hawaii. Approximately 90 percent of these are found nowhere else in the world. The majority of these species are endemic, meaning they are found only in Hawaii. Due to the Hawaiian isolation, it is believed that the ecosystems of Hawaii and all the organisms which comprise them have evolved in relative solitude, free from many of the competitive forces which characterize continental ecosystems. Many flora and fauna arrived to these islands naturally by wind, water, or wings long before humans set foot on these islands. When these plants and animals first arrived they exploited these newly emerged islands and seemingly barren landscapes and over time evolved into the species we find today.

Hawaii is not only the endangered species capital of the world, but is also home to a great many extinct species. Of the extinctions that have been documented, many of the reasons for species demise include human intervention and pervasive alien introductions. Ecosystem destruction, species displacement, competition for food resources, and hunting has decimated the native fauna and flora of the Hawaiian Islands since European contact in 1778. Consequently, many species have declined beginning with the arrival of humans, the clearing of land for agriculture, and the introduction of non-native plants and animals. These threats have intensified forcefully in historic times, leading to the widespread loss of many native organisms and their habitats. More than 100 plants have gone extinct, and over 200 are considered to have 50 or fewer individuals remaining in the wild. Officially, 366 of the Hawaiian plants are listed as endangered or threatened by Federal and State governments.  An additional 48 species are Proposed as Endangered.

While only comprising less than one percent of the Unites States land mass, Hawaii contains 44 percent of the nation’s endangered and threatened plant species! Roughly translated, this means that Hawaii makes up less than 0.2% of U.S. land, but over 25% of species found on the nation’s endangered species list are prevalent to Hawaii, earning it the rather unflattering title of “endangered species capital of the world.” Preserving native forests is critical for supporting these species on the most isolated chain of islands found on Earth.

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Loa’a wale lā!

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