The Hawaiian Islands are endowed with a powerful energy that can support transformational positive changes.
If these beautiful islands are calling to you - it may be time for you to take that step to discover & re-engage your life's passion.
The intention of the Spiritual Nature Quest is to provide you with a deeply profound inner and outer journey leading to renewal and transformation.
You will benefit from innovative and powerful practices that support new empowering ways of living, while clearing away limiting emotional and mental clutter and old habits.
You will gain gain greater self understanding, and the strength and clarity to re-engage in your life’s purpose with passion and joy.
- Discover Secrets of the Heart.
- Rekindle Your Connection to the Sacred
- Awaken Intuition and Learn How to Apply it in Your Daily Life
The Quest Lovingly Includes:
Hawaii Ancient Rythms
Spiritual Nature Quest - 2017
February 18-21 2017
Shared Accommodations are available at Makaha Valley
Plantation at the more remote tip of Oahu.
Costs per person (in a shared vacation rental)
will range from $99-149 per night.
Accommodations include full kitchen and two separate
The condo is right it is next to a lovely quiet local beach -
just one mile away.
(There is also a supermarket 2 miles away) and other smaller shops and some good restaurants within a 1-5 miles away.
Walking distance to a world class golf course: Makaha Valley Country Club which hosted the 2008 U.S. Open. Accented by gorgeous vistas, Makaha Valley weaves along rolling terrain framed by dense trees, ferns and tropical plants.
Also - Nearby:
Ka'ena Point State Park - offering a beautiful hike and a rare Albatross nesting area
Along the westernmost point of O‘ahu. The trail leads to Ka‘ena Point Natural Area Reserve, a remote and scenic protected area harboring some of the last vestiges of coastal sand dune habitat on the island, and home to native plants and seabirds. Whales frequent this shoreline during the winter months. Allow 1 to 3 hours depending on your pace. Stay away from the wave-exposed coast.
A hike to Ka‘ena Point can take two routes. From the Wai‘anae side, take the trailhead at the end of the paved road in the Keawaula Section of Ka‘ena Point State Park and follow the dirt roadway for 2.4 miles to Ka‘ena Point Natural Area Reserve.
Keawaula Beach / Yokohama Bay
Yokohama Bay when you head towards the most west northern tip of Oahu, known to as Ka’ena Pt. Also referred to as Keawaula Beach, this Oahu beach resides in one of the most secluded areas of the island. Yokohama Bay is pristine beautiful, untouched by development for miles around, and framed by the Waianae Mountain Range in the background. You’ll usually find this Oahu beach empty, with an extensive sandy beach to explore all to yourself.
Makaha Beach Park - Beautiful Quiet Beach
Kaena point offers some fo the best snorkeling. Its best to go with an experienced local guide.
Waianae Mountain Range
Mount Kaala Trail - Very easy at the beginning for the 1st mile - then very strenuous - but awesome views.
Dolphin Excursion & Whale Watch!! Excellent and just a mile down the road:)
One of the best companies to whale watch with or do a dolphin outing. Their office is 1 mile from the condo.Their boats will take you to an area well known for having the calmest and clearest waters around the island, ideal for snorkeling, and home to Spinner Dolphins and those mighty winter visitors, Humpback whales. Swimming with the dolphins is an event that is certain to make your day.
There are also some fun places to go within a fairly short - 15-30 minute drive away.
Aulani : A Disney Resort & Spa in Ko Olina. Voted No. 1 in Travel + Leisure's World's Best Awards 2014 for Top Family Hotel in the U.S.A., Aulani celebrates Hawaiian culture, history and is just 11 miles away.
Or Drive to Ko olina 14 miles away to swim in the Protected lagoons.
Explore the large shopping center with Costco, Target and many restaurants - 30 mins away.
Or go further afield...
- Visit the beautiful Byodo In Buddhist temple 41 miles away (1.5) hours drive (with traffic)- Its worth it ! and then once there visit beautiful swimming beaches nearby you can go to..
- Go to Kawela bay/turtle bay to snorkel - it's one of the best protected snorkeling bays in Hawaii
- Or Go swimming at Lanikai beach rated by Conde Nast as 1 in the world !!