Authentic Hawaiian Ranch on the beautiful Kohala coast offering 4 gorgeous, historic plantation era bungalows surrounded by stunning old growth landscape and sweeping ocean and sunset views. Puakea Ranch is an ideal location for special private events and weddings.
Looking for a romantic, peaceful and quiet location for your honeymoon? Our seven air conditioned villas are a short five minute walk to white, sandy Poipu Beach. You'll enjoy beds with pillow top mattresses and Egyptian cotton linens, Jacuzzi tubs, granite counters in baths and gourmet kitchens plus an office on property
The bridal party can stay directly on the property! We can sleep up to 24 in our 5 unique ocean front bungalows. This makes it very easy to relax when you arrive and to get ready for your wedding day.
We offer a selection of caterers to provide nearly any style of cuisine for your perfect wedding party.
Koa Kea is a luxury boutique hotel with unmatched proximity to the ocean. Combined with the dramatic mountains, turquoise ocean, and beautiful year round weather makes Koa Kea the perfect honeymoon destination. We do not host receptions or ceremony on property.
As a result of the resort's unique position on the island, all of the 375 luxury guest rooms, 26 suites, 42 beach cottages and luxury ocean villas offer picturesque views of the Pacific Ocean for you to enjoy on your special wedding day or as you relax on your honeymoon.
45 minute private air tour of Oahu in our Cessna 182 covering the sites of Pearl Harbor, Dole Plantation, North Shore, Diamond Head, and Waikiki to name a few, from a breathtaking 1500 feet. Couples will discover coral fringed beaches, majestic mountain ranges, and sights viewable only by air on this unforgettable tour.
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