Big Island

Simple Joys – Tropical Shower Gardens

Who hasn’t dreamed of standing in a tropical forest below a gently cascading waterfall? This vision can be reality for you as the owner of any one of numerous luxury homes on spectacular Hawai‘i Island! Many of these homes feature lushly landscaped outdoor shower gardens as part of each bedroom’s en-suite bath, while others reserve the pleasure for occupants of the master suite.

Shining Star at Mauna Lani Resort

Pauoa Beach | $11.5M | 5,541 Sqft | 4BR / 4.5BA

The Hale Aouli residence in the luxurious ocean side, gated community of Pauoa Beach at Mauna Lani Resort is a peaceful oasis. Adding to its serene charm is the lush, tropical landscape surrounding its outdoor bath. The space invokes the vision of bathing in pools below towering waterfalls in a dreamy garden during more innocent times. Serenely private and quiet, Hale Aouli is situated near the private members only pool and amenities, which are adjacent to Pauoa Bay’s white sand beach.

Exotic & Private Outdoor Shower at Kukio

Kukio 70 | $5.25M | Total 5,000 Sq Ft | 4BR / 4.5BA and Office/Den | MLS 603913

In keeping with its stylish interiors and striking architectural design, this home’s tropical outdoor shower garden is stunningly beautiful and private. This exclusive luxury home is located in the gated Kukio residential resort and club. The garden mirrors the home’s refined use of natural stone surfaces and rich hardwoods. Featuring classic Hawaiian design with a decidedly modern flair, the home exudes the best of living on Hawai‘i Island.

Kukio MB20 | $7.2M | 5BR / 5.5BA and Office/Wine Room |

For more information on these homes or additional Hawaii Island real estate opportunities, please contact Carrie Nicholson, R (B), BIC, Director of HL1-Big Island, (808) 896-9749 or

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