Embrace island life in scenic Keauhou where you can always expect pleasant sunny skies and gentle ocean breezes. Whether you’re looking for watersports, cultural tours, or exquisite dining, life at Holua Kai offers a variety of activities and entertainment just a short distance from your front door.
Located next to Holua Kai, the center is one of the Big Island’s largest tennis and pickleball facilities offering 11 tennis courts and 8 pickle courts.
Surrounding Holua Kai with spectacular ocean-side fairways, the 18-hole course features a pro shop, driving range, putting and chipping greens. Rated Top 100 Courses by Golf Digest, the views include the grand splash “puka” blow hole on hole #13 and humpback whales in migration November through March.
Embrace the majesty of the Big Island. Just a short walk from Holua Kai, enjoy a lunch or some tropical cocktails with an ocean view at Rays on the Bay or a massage and healing treatments at Ho’ola Spa.
Birthplace of King Kamehameha III, historic Keauhou Bay is perfect for sport fishing, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, and snorkeling tours. At night, the bay attracts manta rays for feeding – get up close on a snorkeling or diving excursion and swim with the rays.
With a focus on education of Hawaiian culture, values, and traditions, this club promotes competitive and recreational outrigger canoe paddling and other water sports. Lessons for recreational paddlers include paddling technique, basic strokes, and a break to swim and learn about the island’s culture.
A pebble beach perfect for swimming, surfing, and scuba diving. A hiking trail is also featured along the shoreline to the North of the bay.
Offers a great mix of shops, restaurants, professional services, farmers market, and a state-of-the-art multiplex theatre.
Welcome to a real-life aquarium! Kahalu’u is a wide, protected bay and one of the best snorkeling spots on the island. Schools of bright, tropical fish can be seen near the sandy entries. Come face to face with sea turtles, octopus, and coral heads. Explore the shallow tide pools and see what you can find.
Located at Keauhou Shopping Center, visit this historical landmark to learn about the heritage of the three neighboring ahupua’a. These lands hold special significance for Hawaiian civilization where ancestral inheritance has been passed down for centuries.
Known as the “little blue church,” St. Peter’s is a cozy oceanfront chapel overlooking Kahaluu Beach Park and sits next to an ancient Hawaiian heiau.
When you’re done taking in all the culture, activities, and entertainment Keauhou has to offer, you’ll find the best activity to enjoy is taking in the beautiful views from the covered lanai in your new home at Holua Kai. Explore our contemporary plantation-style homes through our virtual tours or connect with a sales representative to learn more!