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Big Island Living at Hokulia

Year-round tropical weather, seclusion, beautiful ocean views and a relaxed atmosphere are found in the Big Island resort community of Hokulia. This private community south of Keauhou provides exceptional living in a luxury resort along the...

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Kohanaiki – A New Level of Luxury

Kohanaiki is a 450-acre, private club community located on the Kona Coast of the Island of Hawai’i. The first new development of its kind on the Big Island in nearly a decade, it represents an evolution of the private club experience, ins...

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Kuki’o – A Private Community

When it comes to luxury real estate in Hawaii, Kūki‘o is in a class all its own. Often mistaken as a resort, this ultra-exclusive community seven miles north of Kona airport is actually a private equity beach and golf club. Unlike resort...

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Amenities At Hualalai Resort

Discerning homebuyers seek out Hualalai Resort because of the enclave’s exclusivity and  luxurious amenities. Here, stunning villas and unparalleled estates offer exceptional living with ocean views and privacy.

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Lava Viewing On The Big Island

One of the most exciting adventures on island is viewing Kilauea, the world’s most active volcano. For the first time since 2013, lava from Kilauea’s Pu‘u O‘o vent is flowing into the ocean, providing residents and visitors with an oppo...

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The Mauna Lani Resort

Discerning homebuyers seek out property in Mauna Lani Resort as much for its luxury properties as they do for its privacy and rich cultural heritage.

Encompassing 3,200 acres of shoreline along the Kohala Coast, there is a grace and serenity...

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Mauna Lani Turtle Release

This July 4th celebrate Independence Day of a different sort, with the 27th annual turtle release at the Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows. This fun family event celebrates all things green sea turtle with an Independence Day celebration from 10...

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World Famous Mauna Kea Resort

Did you know that the Big Island was once home to the most expensive hotel in the world? Looking to create the most luxurious hotel possible, Laurance Rockefeller built Mauna Kea Resort overlooking two of the most beautiful white sand beaches o...

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Big Island Chocolate Festival

In five short years the annual Big Island Chocolate Festival has become one of the “must attend” food events of the year in West Hawaii. It’s easy to see why. Happening May 13-14 at the Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel and sites across the wests...

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