Welcome to Kūaloli
Aloha & Welcome
to Kūaloli Retreats and Lodging
Kūaloli is Hawaiian for Metamorphosis.
We are an eco-retreat beautifully designed to highlight the geological drama and abundant fruit trees specific to this part of the island. Kūaloli is a unique, 3-acre, off-grid property situated atop dried lava beds where the jungle meets the ocean.
Kūaloli offers a unique and profound experience with an opulent display of fruiting coconut, banana, mango, papaya, avocado, cashew, lilikoi, citrus, noni, cacao trees, and more. Three flowering butterfly habitats, four blooming lotus ponds, and a fantastic display of the abundant jungle life excite and delight our guests. The feel is part Botanical Garden part Sanctuary. It's quite majestic!
Hosting people from all over the globe who seek to re-connect with the healing properties of nature, joy & awe, Kūaloli functions in a multitude of ways. We are a retreat center hosting a variety of Yoga, Meditation, and Healing Retreats. We have accommodations for over-night visitors, we offer jungle-to-table meals, on-sight classes, events, and curated personal retreats. Offering night, week, and monthly stays, we're here for you to immerse into nature and back to yourself.
Contact us to find out how Kūaloli can best serve you.
Whether your stay is short or long you will feel peace in the tranquility, abundance and beauty of this island paradise.
New Year's Eve KIRTAN Retreat
Dec 27-Jan 2, 2023
MEDITATION for the
Oct 22-29, 2022
Yoga + Meditation + Healing + Personal Retreats
Night, Week, Monthly Lodging
Weekly Classes & Monthly Events
Ceremonies & Weddings
Utilize a single cabin, main house or the whole property!
Robin’s place was just amazing. The property is one of the best properties we’ve stayed in and was phenomenal. We were so impressed with the property that we spent half a day at this place making it a destination in itself.
Great energies to soak in and the sounds of the jungle were stimulating. There’s wild mangoes, passion fruit, and so much more growing on the property. And witnessing it in the full moonlight was an experience in itself.
We stayed with her for two nights. Be sure to sample food with her. She had a repertoire of local fresh produce for us. From mango oysters, fresh coconut, papaya bowls, micro greens, coconut heart, cacao, etc. There was just so much variety and I’m glad we were able to stay with her.
She’s a very accomplished Yogi with 20+ years of experience teaching yoga. And she lead us through a morning practice that was adapted to us.
There are hot springs nearby and there’s a famous Pohoiki black sand beach down the road. We went walking across the road to watch the ocean waves crash.