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Hawaiian itinerary: Four Seasons Resort Hualalai gives groups a true Hawaiian experience

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Four Seasons Resort Hualālai at Historic Ka‘ūpūlehu, set on the picturesque Kona-Kohala coast of Hawaii, the Big Island, is a magnificent work of destination art. 

Hawaii Island’s first and only Forbes Five Star and AAA Five Diamond hotel, the resort is built into its natural surroundings, and it combines history, culture, active adventure, pure pampering and true aloha to all who come its way. The contrast of ancient black lava rock with towering coconut palms, white sand beaches and azure sea creates opportunities for memories and photographs at every turn. 

The resort provided this five-day itinerary, which allows groups to relax, enjoy their surroundings and all that Hawaii has to offer. 


Day One

Arrival Day

The Four Seasons Resort Hualālai at Historic Ka‘ūpūlehu is just 10 minutes from the airport. Once groups arrive, they are welcomed with a traditional lei greeting. Every attendee enjoys ocean views from their luxurious oversized rooms, complete with a large lanai. 

A welcome reception at the Sea Shell Pool, showcasing authentic Hawaiian entertainment, is just a preview of the magical few days ahead.


Day Two

Define your leisure

Wake up from a night of rest, and it’s off to enjoy the iron man breakfast at Kumukea Beach. 

After a meal fit to nourish, meet the Alaka’i Nalu, the Ambassadors of the Waves, and experience paddling an outrigger canoe, stand-up paddleboarding, scuba diving or swimming among the dolphins in the open water. Enjoy the afternoon at the resort’s award-winning spa or the signature Jack Nicklaus-designed Hualālai Golf Course. 

Finally, kick off those shoes for an authentic Hawaiian beach barbecue.


Day Three

The land of fire and ice

Enjoy breakfast at leisure at the oceanfront Beach Tree restaurant, before heading out to explore Hawaii Island. Take an exhilarating helicopter tour over an active volcano, drive up to the Hamakua Coast and mesmerizing Waipio Valley, head to Mauna Kea (Hawaii’s tallest and coldest volcano) for a taste of the extraordinary, explore a rainforest via zipline or journey to the sea in search of the coveted marlin. 

In the evening, exchange stories of adventure during the on-property dine-around at ‘ULU Ocean Grill + Sushi Lounge, Beach Tree restaurant, Residents’ Beach House or Hualālai Grille.


Day Four

Celebration under the stars

Begin the day with a revitalizing yoga session and healthy breakfast on the peaceful Sunset Lawn.

Take the afternoon to soak up the sun with more leisure activities. 

Be prepared to be wowed at Hoku Amphitheater, with a magical night under the stars — complete with Hawaiian stories, celestial navigation and unbelievable stargazing. Coupled with Hawaiian sounds and legends, this is sure to be a night that will fill the group with the Aloha Spirit.


Day Five

Departure day

Take this day as an opportunity for one last picture, one last cocktail, one last stroll along the beach, or witness one last incredible Kona sunset. A hui hou! (Until we meet again.)


GO
Ka‘ūpūlehu, the Big Island 

DO
Hualālai Golf Course
(808) 325-8480
www.hualalairesort.com/index.cfm/fuseaction/ig.page/CategoryID/264

Alaka’i Nalu
(808) 325-8062
www.alakainalu.com

Maunakea Visitor Information Station
(808) 933-0734
www.ifa.hawaii.edu/info/vis

ASK
Four Seasons Resort Hualālai at Historic Ka‘ūpūlehu
(808) 325-8000 
www.fourseasons.com/hualalai

Four Seasons Resort Hualālai at Historic Ka‘ūpūlehu, set on the picturesque Kona-Kohala coast of Hawaii, the Big Island, is a magnificent work of destination art. 

Hawaii Island’s first and only Forbes Five Star and AAA Five Diamond hotel, the resort is built into its natural surroundings, and it combines history, culture, active adventure, pure pampering and true aloha to all who come its way. The contrast of ancient black lava rock with towering coconut palms, white sand beaches and azure sea creates opportunities for memories and photographs at every turn. 

The resort provided this five-day itinerary, which allows groups to relax, enjoy their surroundings and all that Hawaii has to offer. 


Day One

Arrival Day

The Four Seasons Resort Hualālai at Historic Ka‘ūpūlehu is just 10 minutes from the airport. Once groups arrive, they are welcomed with a traditional lei greeting. Every attendee enjoys ocean views from their luxurious oversized rooms, complete with a large lanai. 

A welcome reception at the Sea Shell Pool, showcasing authentic Hawaiian entertainment, is just a preview of the magical few days ahead.


Day Two

Define your leisure

Wake up from a night of rest, and it’s off to enjoy the iron man breakfast at Kumukea Beach. 

After a meal fit to nourish, meet the Alaka’i Nalu, the Ambassadors of the Waves, and experience paddling an outrigger canoe, stand-up paddleboarding, scuba diving or swimming among the dolphins in the open water. Enjoy the afternoon at the resort’s award-winning spa or the signature Jack Nicklaus-designed Hualālai Golf Course. 

Finally, kick off those shoes for an authentic Hawaiian beach barbecue.


Day Three

The land of fire and ice

Enjoy breakfast at leisure at the oceanfront Beach Tree restaurant, before heading out to explore Hawaii Island. Take an exhilarating helicopter tour over an active volcano, drive up to the Hamakua Coast and mesmerizing Waipio Valley, head to Mauna Kea (Hawaii’s tallest and coldest volcano) for a taste of the extraordinary, explore a rainforest via zipline or journey to the sea in search of the coveted marlin. 

In the evening, exchange stories of adventure during the on-property dine-around at ‘ULU Ocean Grill + Sushi Lounge, Beach Tree restaurant, Residents’ Beach House or Hualālai Grille.


Day Four

Celebration under the stars

Begin the day with a revitalizing yoga session and healthy breakfast on the peaceful Sunset Lawn.

Take the afternoon to soak up the sun with more leisure activities. 

Be prepared to be wowed at Hoku Amphitheater, with a magical night under the stars — complete with Hawaiian stories, celestial navigation and unbelievable stargazing. Coupled with Hawaiian sounds and legends, this is sure to be a night that will fill the group with the Aloha Spirit.


Day Five

Departure day

Take this day as an opportunity for one last picture, one last cocktail, one last stroll along the beach, or witness one last incredible Kona sunset. A hui hou! (Until we meet again.)


GO
Ka‘ūpūlehu, the Big Island 

DO
Hualālai Golf Course
(808) 325-8480
www.hualalairesort.com/index.cfm/fuseaction/ig.page/CategoryID/264

Alaka’i Nalu
(808) 325-8062
www.alakainalu.com

Maunakea Visitor Information Station
(808) 933-0734
www.ifa.hawaii.edu/info/vis

ASK
Four Seasons Resort Hualālai at Historic Ka‘ūpūlehu
(808) 325-8000 
www.fourseasons.com/hualalai

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