We will stay at Hawaii Island Retreat’s eco-boutique hotel & wellness spa, a place of intentional peacefulness set among towering evergreens and ocean breezes along the Northern Koha’la coast. Enjoy elegant accommodations, and dine on delicious locally grown organic vegetarian food.
Relax by the edgeless pool overlooking the ocean, treat yourself to a traditional Hawaiian Lomilomi massage and stroll through the forest along the cliffs and wander down to the ocean. Watch this lovely Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RrlxGpPMikc&feature=youtu.be
Three organic locally harvested vegetarian meals daily
12 yoga, meditation, pranayama and philosophy classes
55 acres of wild groves & ancient valley trails with private ocean access
Stone circle ritual, telescope stargazing and geology talk
Edgeless swimming pool, solar heated hot tub and gym
Guided afternoon excursions to the beach, forest & a honey farm
Free time for relaxation, exploration, fun and letting go
Book your flights into Kona airport, Big Island Hawaii (airport code KOA)
Arrival & Departure information?
Check-in time is 3:00 p.m on Friday, May 19th. Check- out time is 11:00 a.m on Friday, May 26th. Hawaii Island Retreat is usually booked before and after our stay so please call ahead if you would like to stay any additional dates.
What is Hawaii Island Retreat’s address & phone?
250 Lokahi Rd, Kapaau, HI 96755
What if I’m traveling alone?
If you prefer to share your room, I will do my best to match you with another traveler of the same gender. Before the retreat begins I will provide arrival times & rideshare information from the airport.
Would you like a massage?
As a group participant you are entitled to 15% off of all spa services. You can schedule before to assure you get a time you want or wait until you arrive.
Do I need to bring yoga props or books?
Everyone will be provided with a bolster, mat, strap, block and chair. If you are interested in participating in the philosophy classes you may want to bring a copy of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.
Yurts offer a unique alternative to the elegant boutique hotel for folks seeking more simplicity and economy. Nestled within a needled ironwood grove, the yurt village is adjacent to the Hawaiian eco-spa complex and features 7 spacious yurt bungalows, perfect for couples or shared rooming. Yurts have two single beds or one king, and a private toilet and sink. Showers are nearby. Single Yurt add $600.
Each suite has a spacious bathroom with a large soaking tub and separate shower. These are decorated with turn-of-the-century Hawaii furniture. All suites have private balconies and chairs, overlooking the fragrant garden and ocean. Shared suites have two beds unless otherwise specified. Single Suite add $900.