Come Alive at Hōkūala

Situated on the southeastern shore of Kaua‘i, the oldest and most untouched of the Hawaiian islands, is a place unlike any other. Here, the connectedness of all things is celebrated, brought up close and personal. Our 450-acre natural wonderland offers visitors and owners alike a microcosm of the Garden Isle’s iconic beauty. This, is Hōkūala.

Kaua‘i. A State of Being.

Connectivity is the essence of the Hawaiian culture – past to present, ocean to land, earth to sky.

Nowhere does all this come together so naturally as Hōkūala, Kaua‘i.

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    Nā Pali Coast

    One of the most breathtaking sights on Kauai is the mountainous Nā Pali Coast. Its iconic 4,000-foot cliffs spanning 17 miles along Kauai's North Shore are accessible by helicopter, boat or an adventurous hike.
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    Waimea Canyon

    This colorful gorge is 14 miles long, 3,600 feet deep and is nicknamed "The Grand Canyon of the Pacific." The spectacular views include red rocks, lush landscape and awe-inspiring waterfalls, all waiting to be explored.
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    Kalalau Trail

    This 11-mile trail along the Na Pali coastline has been named one the most incredible hikes for good reason. The traverse through the famous natural wonder will lead you from coast to valleys, over streams and through waterfalls and jungles - magic will be waiting at every turn.
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    This charming small town on Kaua‘i's north shore is a must visit for calm waters in summer, the best surf breaks in winter and year-round for some of the beautiful Kaua‘i sunsets.
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    Explore Kilauea and discover the rocky coast with pristine beaches, the quaint town with a historic lighthouse, and the world-famous Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge.
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    Spouting Horn

    The beach park at Spouting Horn hosts a unique lookout where you can witness the crashing waves shooting upward through a narrow opening, creating a plume of water into the air. If you're lucky, when the light is just right, the water will create a giant rainbow of sea water.
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    Koloa Town

    Visit the past at this picturesque plantation-era village that now hosts unique galleries, boutiques, dining and exhibits about its sugar history.
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    Along with Kalapakī Beach, Poipu is one of the top beaches in Kaua'i. Visit this family-friendly beach and find unusual reef formations, white sand beaches, and plentiful wildlife.

Getting Around

Of the many attractions of Hōkūala, one of the most notable is the convenient location and the ease of getting around the island. Arrive at Lihue Airport, minutes from Hōkūala, and be on your lanai enjoying the view in minutes. Leisurely explore Hōkūala’s 450-acres on a bicycle, or grab your keys and head to one of Kaua‘i’s iconic hiking trails. Walk over to Kalapakī Beach to soak up the sun or paddle through our meandering lagoons while spotting wildlife. It doesn’t get much better than life on Kaua‘i.


Lihue Airport (LIH) is minutes from Hōkūala and well-served by direct flights.


Hōkūala’s central location on Kaua‘i makes excursions by car convenient.


Navigate the many trails crisscrossing the property by bicycle, available for rental.