Hawaiians don’t really have a cheers as they never had a time in history where it as used or needed. These days there are several different toasts you can do and they all work for any occasion.
Cheers in Hawaiian
Okole Maluna – This phrase means “bottoms up”. The locals don’t really like to use this phrase and you may even get some stares from people as it’s a love or hated saying.
Kāmau (Ka-Mau) or HipaHipa – These phrases are probably the most common way to say cheers as it means cheers in Hawaiian. HipaHipa is a popular saying among tourists and locals.
Hau’Oli Maoli Oe – This cheers means “happiness towards you”. Because many toasts around the world involve saying happiness in one form or another it’s another popular way to toast your friends.
Outside of these some people prefer to say aloha. It takes on many meanings and is ok to use when giving a cheers.