Hamakua Coast Vacation Activities
Hamakua Coast Regions
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favorite_borderHonokaa: House2 BDR • 1 BA • Sleeps 6 • #23040199 to 99 USD/nightHale O Pua Lani has been awarded the best lodging value for Kailua-Kona 2016 Aloha and e komo mai. We hope that you will enjoy your stay with us in magical Kukuihaele at the top of Waipio, Valley of the Kings. This plantation house was built in the 1920s during the boom of the sugar plantation and was home of the Kadooka family for generations. All the fields you now see were once planted with sugar cane for 100 years. To see more about the history of this area, visit the Heritage Center in Honokaa. The home was lovingly renovated and we welcome you. Please enjoy the home and leave it in the same condition you found them in when you arrived. Let us know if there is anything you need or anything we can help you with. We can help you book local tours at a discounted rate. Located in a quaint little village of Kukuihaele Hawaii. Sitting on the front porch thinking about the Sugar Cane days while enjoying the ocean view. Expertly remodeled and updated without loosing the charm.
favorite_borderWaipio Valley: Apartment1 BDR • 1 BA • Sleeps 2 • #22427155 to 55 USD/nightThis rental is part of the Hale O Pua Lani Vacation Family and we were voted the Best for 2016 This rental gives you the opportunity to save some money but be in a comfortable safe one bedroom one bath rental and spend some of your hard earned bucks on all the various tours at a discount for staying in this rental. This rental is quaint and rustic but allowing you to wander around the Waipio Valley and surrounding town of Kukuihaele Hawaii and Honokaa Hawaii. Home of the long time Sugar Plantation. There is plenty of history in the Local town of Honokaa just 9 miles east of the Waipio Valley Guest Access Horseback Adventures 4x4 Adventures ATV Adventures Await you at one of the most pristine areas on the Big island of Hawaii. On a ridge, high above the Waipio Valley exists some of the most spectacular scenery on the Island of Hawaii. The sugar cane companies have long restricted access to this pristine area. Recently purchased by the Bishop Estate, the full impacts of these views are just now being discovered. These overlooks are only accessible on horseback, on foot, by 4-wheel drive, or by mountain bike. Even helicopters are not allowed to get that close to the rim above the valley floor. Your journey begins at the Waipio Valley Artworks headquarters. Rugged views and extensive beauty awaits you on these tours. The spectacular Hi'ilawe falls, the valley floor, and the black sand beaches of the Pacific unfold before you. Gently Rolling Hills, Mauna Kea, and the valley mountains come into full view at the lookout. Here in a grove of Ohia trees , you pause to relax, have a beverage and discover the power of looking down into the Waipio Valley. Descending gently through open fields, you will find cows, sugar cane, wild flowers, and majestic Haleakala on the isle of Maui, twenty-five miles away. Rolling fields of upland taro await you as you travel back to Kukuihaele farms and the stable. Hele Mai Kakou, accept our invitation to come and experience these great activities in the lush surroundings of the Waipio Valley overlook. Interaction with Guests The owner will be available by phone or email I am about 20 minutes away by car so if there is a problem you can just call or check with the people in the Gallery.. Great group of People. The Neighborhood The quaint Village was once a Sugar Care area where families lived, loved and harvested the cane. Some of those family still live there today. Getting around Transportation is either by your wonderful feet or car. Where comfortable shoes.