When you’re looking for a new home on Kauai, it can seem that you must choose between secluded and convenient. But an oceanfront home in Timbers Kauai is a place that is both far off the well-worn tourist paths yet ideally positioned as a basecamp for the whole island. Headed to Hanalei? It’s less than an hour away. Poipu? Less than a half hour. And because the airport is just five minutes from your Hokuala home, your first and last days on the island will be just as fun and fulfilling as all the days in between.
The iconic and untouched Nā Pali Coast – its 4,000-foot cliffs are accessible only by helicopter, boat or adventurous hike. There is no more spectacular meeting of mauka and makai.
The Grand Canyon of the Pacific is 14 miles long, 3,600 feet deep and home to majestic waterfalls, dazzling red rocks and lush foliage, all begging to be explored.
In a word, epic. Traverse from coast to valleys, over freshwater streams and through waterfalls and jungles of twisted vines, wild ginger, banana, guava and ti plants. There's a reason it is one of the most spectacular hikes on earth.
A town, a bay, a beach. Postcard perfect. Calm in summer, and one of the best surf breaks in winter. Be sure to stay long enough to experience the breathtaking sunset.
Leading to this beautiful bay is a rugged coast dotted with pristine beaches and a world-famous wildlife sanctuary. Here, too, is a charming town and the 52-foot historic lighthouse that has been lighting the way for mariners since 1913.
Your own corner of Kauai
Timbers Kauai is part of the 450-acre Hokuala resort community. And with Jack Nicklaus Signature golf, Running Waters beach, winding trails, freshwater lagoons and more, this is a very nice place to be.