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Balinese traditions fuse with European and Hawaiian techniques at Mandara Spa. Each Mandara Spa adopts its locations's culture into its extensive list of services, using indigenous ingredients and traditions. At its two Hawaiian locations, Mandara uses coconut, chocolate macadamia, papaya, vanilla, island coffee, Hawaiian sea salt, limu kala, and Pikake flowers to create massages, facials, conditioning scalp treatments, and mani-pedis. Mandara's aestheticians execute each service using such high-end beauty products as Elemis, Bliss, and the spa's signature line of bath products.
62-100 Mauna Kea Beach Blvd.
Kohala Coast, Big Island,
Hawaii
US
If you're craving tasty Chinese cuisine, Blue Dragon Restaurant in Kamuela is sure to hit the spot. Treat yourself to a vegan or gluten-free meal filled with endless flavors at Blue Dragon Restaurant. Don't miss out on the private room at Blue Dragon Restaurant — you'll want to reserve the space the next time you and your whole crew need a place to celebrate together. Folks tend to dress down at Blue Dragon Restaurant, so keep comfort in mind when heading to the restaurant. For convenience, diners can park in a neighboring lot. Menu items at Blue Dragon Restaurant tend to be mid-priced, so expect to plop down about $30 per person to dine here.
61-3616 Kawaihae Rd
Kamuela,
HI
US
Frangipani Ola Mau Spa looks out over the ocean, giving guests magnificent sunset views, and clients leave the spa looking just as beautiful as those sunsets. Frangipani Ola Mau Spa provides relaxing massages, cleansing facials, nourishing haircare treatments, and manicures and pedicures. In addition, the spa beautifies and pampers patrons with aromatherapy body scrubs, anti-aging facials, and bioslimming wraps.
81-6587 Mamalahoa Hwy
Kealakekua,
HI
US
On the northernmost tip of Hawaii's Big Island, North Kohala boasts black sand beaches, dormant volcanoes, waterfalls, and cloud forests—tropical forests with an ever-present fog. A scenic drive southeast of the hotel takes visitors through Pololu Valley, where they can watch waves crash from atop strikingly green bluffs. Zipline tours and horseback rides are also offered nearby. After exploring North Kohala's landscape, nearby Keokea Beach and Mahukona Beach Park make for peaceful spots to gather seashells, head off on scuba trips, or recruit an army of hermit crabs. Although North Kohala possesses the exotic allure Hawaii is known for, its small towns are a welcome respite from crowded tourist hot spots. In the tiny town of Kapaau, you can observe 19th-century architecture and the gilded Kamehameha I statue, built in the late 1800s to honor Hawaii's first and most beloved king (who was born in Kohala). Nearby, in the former sugar town of Hawi, handmade jewelry stores, coffee shops, and art galleries have moved into the old plantation buildings.Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.
54-250 Lokahi Rd
Kapaau,
HI
US
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