Sweeping ocean views, manicured green lawns, and lush tropical gardens deliver tranquility and beauty. Silence, except for soothing surf and birdsong, reigns here.
The Royal Coconut Coast is an 8-mile strip of sandy beaches, unsurpassed ocean views, and low-key activity. Long ago, the Wailua River, fed by rainfall on Mount Waialeale, the wettest spot on earth, provided abundant water for ancient Hawaiians to cultivate crops in this area. As a result, the coast abounds in archaeological sites worth visiting.