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Get to know Hualalai

Hualalai is a place coexisting in harmony with nature. In ancient Hawaiian times, it was a fishing village. While this community has a remarkably serene and private atmosphere, its unique location is also poised for adventure. You’ll find yourself wanting to discover the Kona coastline by sea, land or air. Make an underwater exploration and discover the island’s teeming marine life. Hover above the lush landscape, get up an up-close view of the towering cliffs, and spot the waterfalls on a helicopter excursion. While golfing, see if you’re able to pull your focus away from Hawaii Island’s stunning backdrop to tee off. Or maybe you want to connect with the island’s roots and learn a bit about its culture. Wind down after a long day with relaxing and reinvigorating spa treatments. No matter which activity you end up choosing first, the hardest decision will then be narrowing down which one you’d like to do next.

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Living on Hawaii Island

Hawaii Island is the youngest and biggest island in the state (hence its nickname, "The Big Island") and is home to 10 of the world’s 14 climate zones—the only place in the world with so many in close concentration. It’s a special place, to say the least. You might be surprised to find the contrast of snow-capped Mauna Kea in the winter against the otherwise tropical setting. But no matter what time of year, the summit of Mauna Kea is a go-to favorite spot for watching the sunset and sticking around to stargaze. Along with its white sandy beaches, you’ll also find a natural green sand beach and black sand beach on Hawaii Island. Around every turn, there’s something new to explore, from lookout points overseeing green valleys to botanical gardens, waterfalls and farmer’s markets. You could spend your days on hiking trails, exploring a lava tube, or visiting a farm for authentic and wildly-popular Kona coffee.