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Feel the gentle caress of a tropical breeze. Slide into the silken embrace of fine linens. Bury your toes in warm Pacific sands. Dive into pure refreshment in the warm waters of an ocean front pool. Where can you find so many comforts? In just one place. Halii Kai at Waikoloa.
Located at the world-famous Waikoloa Resort, Halii Kai offers you the opportunity to relax and stretch out in a well appointed two- or three-bedroom luxury villa and revel in the spacious comfort, inviting privacy and stunning ocean views that surround you. Our villas are beautifully situated on more than 30 acres, with breathtaking ocean, mountain, golf course and green views. All villas are luxuriously well appointed. Sun deck, and barbecue area are available for enjoyment.
Experience the unparalleled, personalized service from the moment of your first inquiry, to your arrival and check-in, and then throughout your stay. Vacationing at Halii Kai is to experience true Hawaiian hospitality at its best. Isn't it time you treated yourself right? Secure your stay at Halii Kai at Waikoloa today.
The readers of Travel + Leisure voted Hawai'i, the Big Island the top Hawaiian Island, and ranked the island No. 7 on the list of Top Islands Overall in the World's Best Awards 2011 readers' survey.
When the annual Travel + Leisure World's Best Awards 2011 readers' survey results were announced in the magazine's August issue, Hawai'i Island won big in two important categories.
In the Best Islands category, readers ranked their favorite islands in five categories: Natural Attractions, Activities/Sights, Restaurants/Food, People, and Value. The Big Island of Hawaii stood out with its five national parks, world-class lodging, rich culture, an erupting volcano and most importantly, the warm Aloha spirit – signature of the Hawaiian island hospitality.
Hawaii's Big Island is known for its awesome natural wonders and incredibly varied eco-systems. In fact, most of the world's climates exist here. It's possible to ski on Mauna Kea in the morning and swim at the beach in the afternoon. Many thank Pele, the Big Island volcano goddess, for creating such a beautifully diverse island. You'll see fascinating contrasts from Hilo to Kona. Go just about anywhere on your Big Island vacation, and you'll have dramatic, camera-worthy views of the land and seascapes.
But this island is more than just candy for the eye. It holds the power to revitalize your mind, body, and spirit. The "mana," or rejuvenating power, on The Big Island is said to be especially strong. How you choose to take advantage of it is up to you. Bask away the day on some of the world's most pristine white, black, and green sand beaches. Ride horseback through a lush jungle. Visit Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and witness a lava flow from Kilauea, the world's most active volcano.
The west side or Kona Coast is the dryer, more tropical side and a focal point of visitor activity with quaint shops and restaurants. It's the place to be for a little excitement and plenty of Big Island attractions. Waikoloa is famous for their world class golf, majestic rolling black lava fields and white sandy beaches.
If pastoral and rural landscapes appeal more, Waimea might be more your style. This countryside is home to famous Parker Ranch, not to mention amazing pastures giving way to lush valleys of vibrant green foliage. For the best stargazing on the island, head to the top of Mauna Kea volcano (Hawaii's tallest).