This is more than a legendary shoreline – it’s been said that King Kamehameha the Great once surfed these Kona Coast shores. This is your backyard playground.

Kohanaiki’s shoreline, known locally as Pine Trees, features some of the best surf breaks and free-diving on the island. Playful rollers in the Bay of Pūwili are ideal for long-boarders and stand-up paddlers, while adrenaline-producing sets better suited for short-boarders are found just north.

Kohanaiki’s Adventure Team is dedicated to facilitating your every snorkeling, SCUBA, outrigger canoeing, stand-up paddle boarding, sailing, and surfing adventure. From group lessons to one-on-one instructions, the team’s expert guidance is designed to build knowledge, skills, and help you forge a meaningful, lifelong connection to the ocean.

You can find the A-Team at the thatched-roof Adventure Hale just steps from the ocean, along with a full array of top-notch ocean equipment to ensure a safe and memorable experience:

  • 6, 4 and 2-person Hawaiian outrigger canoes
  • Hawaiian sailing canoe
  • Stand-up paddleboards
  • Surfboards in assorted sizes
  • Body boards
  • Seascooters
  • Water trampoline
  • Snorkels, masks, and fins
  • Shoreline fishing supplies
  • Scuba
  • Charter fishing boat

“A true beach lover’s paradise offering the best in surfing, sailing, scuba diving, and deep-sea fishing, the brand new luxury resort community of Kohanaiki boasts over 1.5 miles of gorgeous, uninterrupted beachfront bliss along the world-famous sport fishing grounds of Ono Lane.”

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