kalani retreat hawaiiEnjoy Hawaii in the most authentic way, staying in the paradisiacal rustic retreat of Kalani, bordered by tropical jungle and the Pacific ocean.

Choose below the accommodation option of your choice—share a room and save on costs. We can help with roommate pairing.

Prices include 3 meals a day: Healthy buffet with vegetarian and vegan options
All taxes included

Prices are per person per night
(Meals are from dinner day of arrival to breakfast day of departure)

Accommodation Options (meals & tax incl.)

NOTE: PRE and POST conference attendees, select from the LODGES (private or shared bath) or BUNGALOWS only.
Lodge Room with Shared Bath (triple) $97

Lodge Room with Shared Bath (double) $105

Lodge Room with Shared Bath (single) $140 - sold out (you can be on waiting list in case rooms open)

Lodge Room with Private Bath (double) $130

Lodge Room with Private Bath (single) $185 – sold out (you can be on waiting list in case rooms open)

Kalani Lodges

The three two-level lodges or Hales (pronounced Ha’-lay, Hawaiian for “house”) house several rooms on each floor with access to common areas on both levels which are sometimes used for classes. They are on the central lawn close to the Dining Lanai.

Rooms are approximately 200 square feet with twin, queen, or king beds, shared or private bath, fan, and a garden vista. Hales 3 & 4 include access to adjoining studio with a limited kitchen (sink, refrigerator, microwave) and an upstairs meeting area. Hale 1 has no kitchen facilities but features garden lanais (verandas), hammocks, and native ohia floors.

Bungalow with Private Bath (double) $142

Bungalow Kalani

Four double bungalows (eight rooms) are located between the Rainbow Room and the Tree House. Each has high, slanted ceilings and tall screened windows, a Queen bed, private bath, fan, mini fridge. Approximately 225 square feet.

Tree House with Private Bath (double) $158

treehouse kalani

Tree House Rooms are not actually in a tree, but you may well feel as if they are!

The Tree House is nestled under the cool shade of a large Monkeypod Tree near the Rainbow Room. They are five spacious units, on two levels, enhanced by views of pasture, grazing horses, and glimpses of sea through a coastal grove of native Kamani (mahogany) and coconut palms. They have screened windows, a King bed (or 2 twins), private bath, fan, mini fridge, ocean and horse pasture vistas. Approximately 500 square feet.

Tree House with Private Bath

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Tropical Cottage with Private Bath (double) $195

Lodges Kalani

Most exclusive accommodations yet, Kalani’s private, modern eco-cottages and lofts are the perfect place to get away from it all. Choose cottages with either modern wood and glass design, or the elegant and charming bamboo design with covered lanai.Lofts are modern wood and glass with high-ceilings.

All units have unique artistic touches. Some units are nestled in deep tropical foliage, while others are in open-vista fields with views of the ocean.

Tropical Cottage with Private Bath

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Tropical Cottage with Private Bath

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How to Get Here

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For Pre-Conference: arrive March 8 (or March 9 by  9am)
For Main Conference: arrive March 12 by 3pm

Fly into HILO airport

You can rent a car or order a shuttle from Kalani for transportation from the airport to the retreat center.

Airport Shuttle cost: $45 or $65 (depending on number of people sharing the ride).

Call for shuttle booking:
(800) 800 6886 toll-free, US & Canada
(808) 965 7828 worldwide

The ride from the airport to Kalani is about 45 minutes.

OPTION 2: Fly into Kona

You can fly into Kona Airport if you find a cheaper deal – however, note: there is no public transportation from Kona Airport. Landing in Kona is only possible if you rent your own car.

Drive from Kona Airport to Kalani: 2h30 to 3h.

Hawaiian Airlines

What to Bring

  • Love, and excitement! Aloha is here to greet you!
  • BATHING SUIT! Yes…
  • Sun protection everything! (Glasses, hat, organic sun-screen)
  • It is a rainforest, there is a shower everyday – be blessed by the rain or bring a raincoat or umbrella
  • Love is all around, including mosquitoes…if you cant love them in return, bring your repellent!
  • Take notes, notebook, etc…
  • For Pre/Post program – closed shoes for lava walk