Exploring the North Kohala Coast!
The gated, luxury residential community of Ke Kailani is located on Honokaope Bay within the internationally acclaimed Mauna Lani Resort. Real estate opportunities include large estate lots, single-family homes, and spacious villas.
Aerial view of Ke Kailani community.
Beaches, Dining, and More!
A private oasis for you and your family, Ke Kailani is centrally located along the spectacular Kohala Coast and is conveniently situated just minutes from the island’s best beaches, farmers markets, and the charming upcountry towns of Waimea and Hawi.
The beaches fronting Mauna Kea Resort – home to Westin Hapuna Hotel and Mauna Kea Beach Hotel – are frequently named among the most beautiful in the world and are an easy 15-minute drive from Ke Kailani.
Mauna Kea Beach
Waimea Arts & Culture
Continue north just about one mile up the highway and head mauka (towards the mountains) to paniolo (cowboy) country. Waimea is well known for its long history of ranching and farming that co-exist today with a thriving arts, wellness, and culinary community.
Kahilu Theatre brings performers from throughout the world to its stage during two diverse seasons; art galleries, including the Wishard Gallery, The Gallery of Great Things and the Isaacs Art Center Museum and Gallery, feature the works of local and international artists; and the culinary scene includes celebrated eateries such as Merriman’s and Red Water Café, as well as one of the most well-stocked wine and gourmet foods outlets – Kamuela Liquors.
Farmers’ Markets in Waimea
Four outstanding farmers’ markets take place each Saturday in Waimea at a variety of locations – Kamuela Farmers’ Market on Pukalani Road, Kuhio Hale Farmers’ Market on Mamalahoa Highway, Waimea Town Market at Parker School and Waimea Homestead Farmers’ Market on Mamalahoa Highway. And most recently the Waimea
Big Island bounty found at North Kohala farmers’ markets. Photo courtesy Zachary Langridge.
Mid-Week Farmers’ Market debuted on Wednesdays – a favorite of local residents. Plan to arrive early – most markets open by 7:30 am and are pau (finished) by about noon.
Things To Do in Hawi
From Waimea follow Kohala Road further north to the small historic plantation town of Hawi. While sugar cane plantations have given way to art galleries, boutiques and restaurants, the town retains its rustic charm and laid back vibe. Be sure to check out As Hawi Turns with its eclectic collection of retail fun and Tiffany’s Art Gallery which showcases some of Hawaii’s most talented contemporary artists. When it’s time to kau kau (eat) make a fast track to the Bamboo Inn or Sushi Rock.
Mauna Lani Activities
Closer to home, Ke Kailani property owners enjoy close proximity to the Mauna Lani Beach Club, reserved exclusively for residents of the resort, as well as The Shops at Mauna Lani with its numerous boutiques, art galleries, and restaurants.
The Grotto at Ke Kailani
Amenities within the Ke Kailani neighborhood itself include The Grotto which is a community gathering place with infinity pool, two whirlpool spas, and two open-air entertainment pavilions. Hana Pono Park, a 5.5-acre recreation area, is located adjacent to the Ke Kailani community with a state-of-the-art fitness center, adult and children swimming pools, barbecue area, and pavilion.
For information on real estate opportunities at Ke Kailani, please visit www.KeKailani.com or 808-238-0900.