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Organic Permaculture Orchard Self tours or Guided by one of our staff. Explore our amazing orchard to share with you! Self or guided tours are interesting and educational. This magnificent 4.5 acre permaculture organic orchard retreat sits back on 750' cliff above Waipio Valley, and looks to the ocean open to almost 180 degrees of ocean and rugged coastline. Enjoy epic views of 1000'-1400' cliffs.There can be up to 11 waterfalls seen from your cottage and bed depending on the season. Also for safety purposes, Wailui stream with a 650' waterfall is located on the property and should be viewed from the black sand beach below. The property contains a huge multitude of exotic fruits, nuts, spice trees and flower gardens of many species for the passionate botanist and everyone to help themselves to eating. Make your own fresh squeezed orange passion fruit juice, jams or guacomole and more from the orchard.   Explore Waipio Valley: Located on the northern Hamakua Coast, where the steep road descends about 1/2 mile from Hale Kukui. The sacred Waipio Valley was the boyhood home of King Kamehameha and an important center for political and religious life in Hawaii. Not only is "The Valley of the Kings" an important site for Hawaiian history and culture, it's also a place of dramatic tropical beauty where wild horses sometimes play in the river that meets the sea. This fertile valley is about one mile across and over five-miles deep, and surrounded by cliffs up to 2000-feet high. Several other undeveloped lush valleys are difficult to access except by helecopter or hard core hikers remain very isolated on the other side of Waipio.   Zip Lining:  Featuring unparalleled views of the Waianaia Gulch, the Pacific Ocean, and North Kohala, each zipline tour also explores Hawaiis natural and cultural history, enriching your experience every zip of the way!  Big Island Eco Adventures II: (808) 889-5111 Helicopter Tours:  Fly high above Hawaii’s only active volcano on one of the must-do activities during your trip to Hawaii! You’ll see many sites that are inaccessible by land, making this a truly remarkable experience. Fly over several uninhabited jungle vallys with waterfalls cascading over 1000 plus foot cliffs or fly over the Volcanoe National Park region and the active volcanoe of Kilawea. Blue Hawaiian Helicopters: (808) 961-5600 from the Big Island Yoga Retreats Soma Geometry SystemsOn-Site Yoga RetreatsSonja KalckarYoga/Neuro-Muscular Ed808-280-0070   Hale Kukui In Home Massage, Yoga and Energy Balancing: Try an Ancient Hawaiian long flowing massage technique called Lomi Lomi blended with Aloha Ke Akua. Kokua Ho'olahou, rejuvenating the mind, body and soul. A relaxing and soothing massage is the perfect way to complete your vacation in paradise. Call Theresa for a traditional Swedish 50 minute massage in Kona at $80 or Deep tissue $90/50 min hr. Longer massages are possible. Add $50 if you want her to travel to Hale Kukui.   Colleenah LawrenceYoga, Massage, Energy Balancing Aloha Rejuvenation TherapyYoga, Massage, Energy Balancing808-775-9130 or 808-896- 2692aloharejuvenation@gmail.com Yoga classes 2 times daily or available for private sessions.Reiki Master,LMTLomi Lomi, Thai Massage, SportsMyofascail Release, reflexology, Trigger Point Therapy, Hot Stones. Ka Lima Hana Kukui: (808) 345-7542   Whale Watching:  From December to May, you may catch a glimpse of a majestic kohola, or humpback whale, off Hawaii Island’s shorelines. These gentle giants come to the warm Hawaiian waters every year to breed and give birth to new calves. Seeing one of these 40-ton, 40-foot long giants breach the water is an unforgettable sight.Living Ocean Adventures: (808) 325-5556   Surf Lessons: Surfing is the ancient tradition of the Native Hawaiians and the feeling of riding an ocean wave lasts a lifetime. Hawaii Lifeguard Surf Instructors (HLSI) is committed to perpetuating the heritage of surfing and the Hawaiian culture with aloha and a safety first attitude. Native Hawaiian Lifeguards certified by the American Red Cross. Offering Surfing lessons, Stand Up Paddle or Kayak lessons and tours. Open Daily. Speak to Tiffany as to where the best waves are for beginners, often in Hilo during the summer and Kona during the winter. A two hour lesson is $75. Get a 10% discount for Hale Kukui customers by mentioning the code: "halekukui". Hawaii Lifeguard Surf Instructors: (808) 324-0442   Hiking:  Big Island Hikes is intended to encourage people to visit and recreate upon public lands. It's an information resource for hiking and adventure travel on the Big Island of Hawaii with a focus on free, wild, untamed, and authentic wilderness experiences. Big Island Hikes: BigIslandHikes.com   Luaus: Take a journey through the South Pacific's legends and legacies, and enjoy an evening of Big Island luau feasting, music and dance.   Cycling: Cycling around Hale Kukui offers many options. Cycle around the artsy town of Honoka'a and Kukuihaele or down the road from the top a 14,000 foot extinct volcanoe at sunrise. There may be snow in some months at the top of Mauna Kea known for its amazing views and solar observatories from around the world. Swim in 80 degree ocean water and bicycle down the tallest montain in the world if you measure from the sea floor all in the same day.   Ride the Rim: With vistas from the mile-wide black sand beach to the 1200-foot splendor of the twin Hi‘ilawe Falls, Hawaii's highest single-fall waterfalls, join us for an ATV tour to the top of Waipi‘o - a once in a lifetime, unforgettable experience. Ride your own ATV through breathtaking scenery and unimaginably grandiose panoramic views. We pass through eucalyptus and ginger forests on our three-plus hour journey through former sacred royal land where access is limited. Swim in the headwater of Hi‘ilawe, see the back side of the Parker Ranch lands, go to the top of Waipi‘o, be one of the few to Ride the Rim. Ride the Rim: (808) 775-1450 (Waipio Valley) Advanced Recreation Hangliding over Hawaii Hang gliding over Waipio or other parts of Hawaii from Kona airport Jeffrey Hoff at 808-775-9393 Charter Boats: Round trip transportation is provided for full charters and may be arranged for small group charters. Small group rates available for groups of 20 passengers or less please contact our office for more information. Our Captains and crew look forward to assisting you in creating wonderful memories of your stay in Hawaii. Mauna Lani Sea Adventures: (808) 885-7883 Fishing Kona Style for big game Sharks, Marlin and Tuna-keep your catch! Phone (808) 783-3646   Visit the Website Other Points of interest: CNaaptain Cook snorkeling, Scuba and Kayak rentals A.N B. H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden Hula Daddy Kona Coffee  (808) 327-9744 Kona Coffee Living History Farm or Koa Coffee Plantation Rodney J. T. Yano Memorial Hall Volcanoes National Park Drive or bike to the top of Mauna Kea which is 14,000+ ft above sea level. Many people choose to bike down at sunrise. Snow may be at the top during winter and spring months. Drive to Akaka Falls, the National Botanical gardens all along the Hamakua coast and scenic highway to Hilo and Rainbow Falls. Swim in the Natural Hot Springs in Pahoa. Get Ice cream and see the quaint town of Hawi on your way to where the road ends (on the other side of Waipio and its adjacent valleys).
Organic Permaculture Orchard Self tours or Guided by one of our staff. Explore our amazing orchard to share with you! Self or guided tours are interesting and educational. This magnificent 4.5 acre permaculture organic orchard retreat sits back on 750' cliff above Waipio Valley, and looks to the ocean open to almost 180 degrees of ocean and rugged coastline. Enjoy epic views of 1000'-1400' cliffs.There can be up to 11 waterfalls seen from your cottage and bed depending on the season. Also for safety purposes, Wailui stream with a 650' waterfall is located on the property and should be viewed from the black sand beach below. The property contains a huge multitude of exotic fruits, nuts, spice trees and flower gardens of many species for the passionate botanist and everyone to help themselves to eating. Make your own fresh squeezed orange passion fruit juice, jams or guacomole and more from the orchard.   Explore Waipio Valley: Located on the northern Hamakua Coast, where the steep road descends about 1/2 mile from Hale Kukui. The sacred Waipio Valley was the boyhood home of King Kamehameha and an important center for political and religious life in Hawaii. Not only is "The Valley of the Kings" an important site for Hawaiian history and culture, it's also a place of dramatic tropical beauty where wild horses sometimes play in the river that meets the sea. This fertile valley is about one mile across and over five-miles deep, and surrounded by cliffs up to 2000- feet high. Several other undeveloped lush valleys are difficult to access except by helecopter or hard core hikers remain very isolated on the other side of Waipio.   Zip Lining:  Featuring unparalleled views of the Waianaia Gulch, the Pacific Ocean, and North Kohala, each zipline tour also explores Hawaiis natural and cultural history, enriching your experience every zip of the way!  Big Island Eco Adventures II: (808) 889-5111 Helicopter Tours:  Fly high above Hawaii’s only active volcano on one of the must-do activities during your trip to Hawaii! You’ll see many sites that are inaccessible by land, making this a truly remarkable experience. Fly over several uninhabited jungle vallys with waterfalls cascading over 1000 plus foot cliffs or fly over the Volcanoe National Park region and the active volcanoe of Kilawea. Blue Hawaiian Helicopters: (808) 961-5600 from the Big Island Yoga Retreats Soma Geometry SystemsOn-Site Yoga RetreatsSonja KalckarYoga/Neuro-Muscular Ed808-280-0070   Hale Kukui In Home Massage, Yoga and Energy Balancing: Try an Ancient Hawaiian long flowing massage technique called Lomi Lomi blended with Aloha Ke Akua. Kokua Ho'olahou, rejuvenating the mind, body and soul. A relaxing and soothing massage is the perfect way to complete your vacation in paradise. Call Theresa for a traditional Swedish 50 minute massage in Kona at $80 or Deep tissue $90/50 min hr. Longer massages are possible. Add $50 if you want her to travel to Hale Kukui.   Colleenah LawrenceYoga, Massage, Energy Balancing Aloha Rejuvenation TherapyYoga, Massage, Energy Balancing808-775-9130 or 808-896- 2692aloharejuvenation@gmail.com Yoga classes 2 times daily or available for private sessions.Reiki Master,LMTLomi Lomi, Thai Massage, SportsMyofascail Release, reflexology, Trigger Point Therapy, Hot Stones. Ka Lima Hana Kukui: (808) 345-7542   Whale Watching:  From December to May, you may catch a glimpse of a majestic kohola, or humpback whale, off Hawaii Island’s shorelines. These gentle giants come to the warm Hawaiian waters every year to breed and give birth to new calves. Seeing one of these 40-ton, 40-foot long giants breach the water is an unforgettable sight.Living Ocean Adventures: (808) 325-5556   Surf Lessons: Surfing is the ancient tradition of the Native Hawaiians and the feeling of riding an ocean wave lasts a lifetime. Hawaii Lifeguard Surf Instructors (HLSI) is committed to perpetuating the heritage of surfing and the Hawaiian culture with aloha and a safety first attitude. Native Hawaiian Lifeguards certified by the American Red Cross. Offering Surfing lessons, Stand Up Paddle or Kayak lessons and tours. Open Daily. Speak to Tiffany as to where the best waves are for beginners, often in Hilo during the summer and Kona during the winter. A two hour lesson is $75. Get a 10% discount for Hale Kukui customers by mentioning the code: "halekukui". Hawaii Lifeguard Surf Instructors: (808) 324-0442   Hiking:  Big Island Hikes is intended to encourage people to visit and recreate upon public lands. It's an information resource for hiking and adventure travel on the Big Island of Hawaii with a focus on free, wild, untamed, and authentic wilderness experiences. Big Island Hikes: BigIslandHikes.com   Luaus: Take a journey through the South Pacific's legends and legacies, and enjoy an evening of Big Island luau feasting, music and dance.   Cycling: Cycling around Hale Kukui offers many options. Cycle around the artsy town of Honoka'a and Kukuihaele or down the road from the top a 14,000 foot extinct volcanoe at sunrise. There may be snow in some months at the top of Mauna Kea known for its amazing views and solar observatories from around the world. Swim in 80 degree ocean water and bicycle down the tallest montain in the world if you measure from the sea floor all in the same day.   Ride the Rim: With vistas from the mile-wide black sand beach to the 1200-foot splendor of the twin Hi‘ilawe Falls, Hawaii's highest single- fall waterfalls, join us for an ATV tour to the top of Waipi‘o - a once in a lifetime, unforgettable experience. Ride your own ATV through breathtaking scenery and unimaginably grandiose panoramic views. We pass through eucalyptus and ginger forests on our three-plus hour journey through former sacred royal land where access is limited. Swim in the headwater of Hi‘ilawe, see the back side of the Parker Ranch lands, go to the top of Waipi‘o, be one of the few to Ride the Rim. Ride the Rim: (808) 775-1450 (Waipio Valley) Advanced Recreation Hangliding over Hawaii Hang gliding over Waipio or other parts of Hawaii from Kona airport Jeffrey Hoff at 808-775- 9393 Charter Boats: Round trip transportation is provided for full charters and may be arranged for small group charters. Small group rates available for groups of 20 passengers or less please contact our office for more information. Our Captains and crew look forward to assisting you in creating wonderful memories of your stay in Hawaii. Mauna Lani Sea Adventures: (808) 885-7883 Fishing Kona Style for big game Sharks, Marlin and Tuna-keep your catch! Phone (808) 783-3646   Visit the Website Other Points of interest: CNaaptain Cook snorkeling, Scuba and Kayak rentals A.N B. H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden Hula Daddy Kona Coffee  (808) 327-9744 Kona Coffee Living History Farm or Koa Coffee Plantation Rodney J. T. Yano Memorial Hall Volcanoes National Park Drive or bike to the top of Mauna Kea which is 14,000+ ft above sea level. Many people choose to bike down at sunrise. Snow may be at the top during winter and spring months. Drive to Akaka Falls, the National Botanical gardens all along the Hamakua coast and scenic highway to Hilo and Rainbow Falls. Swim in the Natural Hot Springs in Pahoa. Get Ice cream and see the quaint town of Hawi on your way to where the road ends (on the other side of Waipio and its adjacent valleys).
HALE KUKUI ORCHARD & RETREAT
Area Activities & Directory
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Hale Kukui Orchard & Resort PO Box 273, Honokaa, HI 96727 Phone: 800 444 7130 or 808 775 1701 Caretakers Paula and Dan are available if necessary 24/7 E-mail: Vacation@HaleKukui.com
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