The Club at Hokulia is an exclusive residential club community located along the Kona Coastline on Hawaii’s Big Island. Stay tuned as we explore a couple of beaches within close proximity of Hokulia’s community.
The Club at Hokuli’a | Luxury Lifestyle and Golf on Hawaii’s Big Island
With 1,260-acres of the luxury residential community, Hokulia consists of one-to-two-acre sustainable agricultural lots. The full-service Clubhouse includes a spa, fitness center, tennis courts, club pool, an open-air dining pavilion & bar, Jack Nicklaus Signature 18-hole golf course, golf pro shop, shoreline park with an interpretive center, and ocean activities with an outrigger canoe program out of Nawawa Bay. Hokulia incorporates both the dramatic slopes of the mountain and the expansive views of the ocean with year-round sunshine, gentle ocean breezes, and world-class fishing. An equity membership is available by invitation only to property owners.
Kahalu’u Beach Park, Keauhou
Found within the Keauhou area, Kahalu’u Beach Park is just North and minutes away from Hokulia’s private gated community. Kahalu’u Beach Park, well known for its tremendous snorkeling and surfing location. Offers easy water entry and an abundant amount of sea life to explore. Kahalu’u is highlighted by its sheltered cove, great parking facilities, and convenient location make it one of the top beaches on our Big Island snorkeling list.
Manini Beach Park, Honaunau-Napoopoo
Manini Beach is located just South of the Hokuli’a Community. Well known for being secluded, this beach is directly across Kealakekua Bay from the Captain Cook Monument. Manini Kapahukapu Beach Park showcases breathtaking views, calm clear waters, and a relaxing environment for all visitors. This is an ideal location to enjoy the many wonders of the sea as it offers easy entry through the sandy shoreline cutting through the reef. This is a highly recommended spot to explore the extended Kealakekua Bay area away from the various tour boats, kayakers, and crowds.
Ho’okena Beach Park, Captain Cook
Ho’okena Beach at Kauhako Bay, south of Hokuli’a, is a beauty found off the beaten path. With beautiful soft sand, a salt and pepper mix of crushed grey coral and fine white sand. Having strong local ties, the beach community has created a family-friendly environment that is popular with locals and welcoming to visitors. A great location for kayaking, swimming, paddle boarding, and more, this beach is a “must see” on a list of many.
For additional information about Hokuli‘a and its real estate offerings, please visit www.hokulia.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 808-731-4354. Stay up-to-date by following Hokuli’a on Instagram and Facebook!