The North Kohala peninsula is the oldest land on the Big Island. Formed by Kohala Mountain, now extinct, the terrain is rugged and raw. You'll find areas of jungle and dense tropical forest, windswept oceanside cliffs, and rocky private bays leading down to the Pacific Ocean.
Along the cliffs, you'll also find King Kamehameha’s warrior training grounds. Born on the Big Island, near the town of Hawi, he spent much time on this land during his life. These grounds cary a rich history and unique, inexplicably powerful energy. The perfect space to tune in, practice deep awareness, and heal.