The Farm at Hōkūala
Once an overgrown, defunct golf course, the Farm at Hōkūala celebrates and works continuously to preserve the biodiversity and beauty of Kaua‘i. Within its 16.5 acres, the Farm is home to a variety of crops, including traditional canoe crops, an apiary, and is home to an abundance of wildlife. Harvests from the Farm supply organic produce for Hualani’s Restaurant and botanicals for Nanea Spa. The Farm also serves as an agricultural educational tool, or agri-cation, allowing us to share Hawaiian history, culture, and knowledge with our owners and guests.
In Hōkūala, we celebrate as a family, connected to the world around us and to one another. Our cultural ambassadors inspire balance and harmony, and through hula, ‘ukulele lessons, lei-making and more, we help celebrate the Hawaiian traditions many here have come to know and love.
The Spirit of Aloha
From the moment a guest arrives at Hōkūala, they are embraced with aloha, and every interaction with the Timbers Kaua‘i team is infused with genuine aloha and care. Guests will leave Hōkūala as ‘ohana (family) and bring the spirit of aloha back home. Hospitality is aloha, aloha is hospitality, and this is the fabric of Hōkūala.