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Kukio is an exclusive gated community 10 minutes north of the Kona Airport. They have their own private golf course, beach clubhouse, and some of the properties are oceanfront, with most having ocean views of varying degrees due to proximity.
The Kuki'o neighborhood is central to the overall Kuki?o community and home to most of the club's amenities. Situated on 675 immaculately landscaped acres, the Kuki?o core is comprised of 143 home sites, many of which are only a few steps from the Kuki?o 10-Hole Short Course. In addition, 31 cottages are located a short walk from the Club House, Dining Pavilion, Bar, Spa, and the Ocean.
Weather in Hawaii is very consistent, with only minor changes in temperature throughout the year. There are really only 2 seasons in Hawaii: summer (called Kau in Hawaiian) from May to October and winter (Hooilo) from November to April. The average daytime summer temperature at sea level is 85° F. (29.4° C) while the average daytime winter temperature is 78° (25.6° C). Temperatures at night are approximately 10° F. lower.
"Being able to have our private wedding ceremony on the beautiful lawn with the West Maui Mountains on one side and the Pacific Ocean on the other was the most perfect setting we could have imagined. Everyone tells us our pictures do not look real!" - Hillary H., August 2, 2012
Feel the sand in your feet as the ocean waves roll over them, and marvel at the black-sand beaches on Hawaii's Big Island.
Be mesmerized by the pineapple and sugar cane fields, and thoroughly savor Kona coffee, some of the best coffee in the world!
"A typical day started with pineapple and papaya from the local market, and a walk around the streets admiring the beautiful gardens and homes. Lunch by the pool and a dip then necessitated an afternoon nap on the day-lounges on the porch, waking just in time for drinks while watching the fabulous sunsets".
Luau is a Hawaiian buffet with light-hearted entertainment. Dishes include poi (a purple paste made of pounded taro), kalua pig (fall-apart pork cooked in an underground oven), poke (raw fish marinated in sesame oil, sea salt and soy) and lomi-lomi salmon (a salad of salted salmon, fresh tomato and onions). Ono! (delicious).