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Here's Why if You Want to Visit Hawaii, Ko Olina is a Great Resort to Stay

The Hawaiian Islands

Made up of eight islands: Maui, Kauai, Oahu, Lanai, Molokai, Kahoolawe, Niihau, the Big Island Hawaii.









Located on the island of O’ahu, otherwise known as "The Gathering Place," Ko Olina is a pristine, 640-acre gated, planned community that embraces the philosophy of "living pono," or living in harmony with the unique nature and wildlife that inhabits the surrounding area of Ko Olina.

Visitors can find premium resorts, including Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa, Marriott’s Ko Olina Beach Club, the Four Seasons Resort O’ahu at Ko Olina, and the Beach Villas at Ko Olina.

In addition, there are multiple lagoons to explore, scuba dive, surf, and snorkel within to see the beautiful marine life that inhabits the shores of O’ahu. It is also home to the Ko Olina Golf Club and the Ko Olina Marina, Hawaii’s only deep-draft marina.

Visit Hawaii – Know Before You Go to Ko Olina


Ko Olina is a premium resort and condo community, offering multiple experiences and opportunities for families or couples to unwind and rejuvenate in a calmer part of the island.


There are four resorts to choose from in Ko Olina, each luxurious, offering accommodations, amenities, and experiences. Each lodge also has access to one of the four lagoons that Ko Olina encompasses.


Renting a car is recommended, so you don’t miss out on any sightseeing excursions, can run to the store, and you won’t need to rely on the local shuttles or Ubers.


While Ko Olina is a perfect spot to retreat, you might want to make plans to explore Honolulu and Waikiki, each only about a 35-minute drive away or the rest of the island.

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