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Discover Authentic Kauaʻi at Hōkūala

Taste the bounty of the Garden Isle dining oceanside at Hualani’s. Raise your game on the longest stretch of oceanfront golf in Hawaiʻi. Or simply relax with your feet in the sand on the tranquil shores of Kalapakī Bay. Discover your perfect island escape among Kauaʻi’s garden of earthly delights at Hōkūala.

Flower Golf

The Ocean Course

There’s oceanfront golf, and then there’s Hōkūala — home to Kauaʻi’s only Jack Nicklaus Signature course. This award-winning masterpiece winds through mango and guava groves to plunging seaside cliffs, earning praise as one of the most beautiful courses on earth. Want to take your game to the next level? The Hōkūala Teaching Center offers expert instruction to hone your skills in a picture-perfect island setting.

Flower The Farm

Kauaʻi’s Bounty

The Farm at Hōkūala harnesses land reclaimed from a once-overgrown golf course to supply seasonal, fresh-picked ingredients to Timbers Kaua‘i Owners and guests, as well as Hualani’s restaurant and bar. Guests are invited to take part in weekly tours of the fruit orchard and organic vegetable garden to promote conservation and serve as the cornerstone of our Kaiaulu (community), making our roots here even stronger.

Flower Oceanfront Fine Dining


Dig into Hualani’s thoughtfully crafted menu, featuring seasonal ingredients harvested daily from local farms — including The Farm at Hōkūala. Here, each meal is a multi-sensory experience of crafted cocktails, flavorful ingredients, and unforgettable Pacific views.

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Tennis & Pickleball

Hone your serve against a backdrop of sparkling waters, golden beaches, and the towering Hāʻupu Mountains. Whether you’re looking to build skills or simply savor your love of the game, you’ll find all you need to get into the swing of things at Hōkūala.


The lush gardens and sparkling lagoons of Hōkūala are home to a dizzying array of native plants and local wildlife, including five endangered waterbird species and our Hawaiian monk seals and green sea turtle neighbors.


Kauaʻi is a land of unspeakable natural beauty that must be experienced to be believed. Here, you can get blissfully lost along the island’s network of hiking trails — including 13 miles of scenic trails in Hōkūala alone.

Beaches & Lagoons

If water is your muse, this is heaven on earth. Whether relaxing on the beach, swimming alongside a giant turtle, surfing the waves, or exploring the island’s beauty by canoe, kayak, or paddleboard, Kauaʻi is better on the water.