With awe-inspiring views of lava fields from long ago, dramatic sea views, and ample golf resorts to choose from, Hawaii’s Kohala Coast is one of the best places in North America to play golf.
Winter in Hawaii looks and feels something like this: 82 degrees, seemingly endless sunshine, refreshing ocean breezes, and bottomless Fredrico cocktails.
In recent months, we’ve written extensively about the many ways to explore and relax on the “Big Island” while also remaining safe and socially distanced. Many outdoorsy Island of Hawaii activities naturally promote social distancing, such as backcountry hiking, championship golf, horseback riding, beach relaxation, and countryside cycling.
Yes, the isle’s world-class golf scene is exceedingly alluring, but don’t overlook the overall tropical appeal of Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, a heavenly seaside resort located along Kauna‘oa Bay’s pristine shores. Combine 18 holes at one of the premier Big Island golf courses with vibrant island cuisines, aquatic adventures, exclusive Beach Club access, and a seaside tennis match at dusk for the perfect island adventure.