THE KOHALA COAST: A STUNNING CANVAS

Perched on a ruggedly pristine stretch of the Kohala Coast, Kaʻupulehu is adjacent to three legendary luxury real estate properties, on the Big Island of Hawaii: Kukio Golf and Beach Club, Four Seasons Resort Hualalai, and Kona Village. Kaʻupulehu enjoys a truly unique natural environment: a grass and lava-covered landscape as otherworldly as the moon. Essentially flat, with gentle undulations, it could hardly be better for walking, running, and cycling.

Dramatic geography features lava fields rolling out across Kaupulehu
Surf into the Kaupulehu sunset
Surf into the Kaupulehu sunset

The Perfect Climate for Outdoor Pursuits

The climate is particularly friendly to athletic exertion. It’s tropical, but not excessively hot or humid. The temperature typically ranges between the low 70s and mid 80s, with the annual average a balmy 72 degrees Fahrenheit. Ocean breezes cool the air and the occasional rain shower only freshens the atmosphere. Sunsets are magnificent, observed in rituals that punctuate our days by separating our bursts of energy from the gradual unwinding.

Natural and Cultural Highlights of the Big Island

The 442-foot Akaka Falls is big island Hawaii’s most famous waterfall
The 442-foot Akaka Falls is big island Hawaii’s most famous waterfall
Beach for swimming and surfing at Kua Bay
Beach for swimming and surfing at Kua Bay
Soft, white sand at Kua Bay
Soft, white sand at Kua Bay
Hapuna Beach State Park is home to one of Hawaii’s largest white sand beaches
Hapuna Beach State Park is home to one of Hawaii’s largest white sand beaches
The Waipio Valley provides beautiful spots for hiking
The Waipio Valley provides beautiful spots for hiking
The legendary Mauna Kea peak is big island Hawaii’s highest point at 13,802’
The legendary Mauna Kea peak is big island Hawaii’s highest point at 13,802’
Snorkel in Kealakekua Bay, the site of the Captain Cook Monument
Snorkel in Kealakekua Bay, the site of the Captain Cook Monument