Timbers Resorts Expands to Hawaiian Island of Kaua’i

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Hokuala, which means “rising star” in Hawaiian, will become the newest Hawaiian addition to Timbers Resorts. As one of the largest independent developers, Timbers Resorts has plans to develop and manage 450 acres of Kauai’s southeast coast, offering guests ocean and mountain views, along with direct access to the shore.

The amenities of Hokuala Private Residence Club include more than the prime location. The award-winning Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course will be revamped and given a new name. It will also feature the longest continuous stretch of oceanfront golf available in all of Hawaii. This renovation will begin in 2016. Other exclusive amenities include the Ocean Club restaurant, swimming pools, the Keiki Club for youth adventures, a fitness and wellness center with yoga and spa services available, and Timbers personalized service.

David Burden, Timbers Resorts Founder & Executive Chairman says,

“Kaua’i is a place where the authenticity of Hawaii has been preserved. Kaua’i is truly the best of what is the Hawaii experience and we are thrilled to be a part of this special place.The former site of Kauai Lagoons will be completely transformed and is the perfect addition to the Timbers portfolio. We’re thoughtfully planning an unparalleled experience on the island for travelers, residential owners and the local community. The evolving vision is to create a destination and experience that unites us all in the exploration and celebration of this place and its traditions.”

Consider adding Kaua’i to your itinerary next year. Not only is Kaua’i geologically the oldest of the main Hawaiian Islands, it’s also the greenest—nicknamed the “Garden Isle” for its lush rainforests and beautiful vegetation. It’s also been named a top travel destination for 2016. The best times to visit the island are usually April through June.