‘Ohana Sanctuary Native Cloud Forest

Third largest privately owned stand of old-growth Koa on Earth.

This property, ‘Ohana Sanctuary, is one of the few and extremely rare privately owned Native Cloud Forest in the State of Hawaii. It is densely forested with old growth Koa, Ohia, Hapuu and many other rare plants covering just shy of 5 square miles on the gentle slopes of Mauna Kea.

This is Hakalau Nui! Beyond beautiful with many waterfalls created in primordial time by Hakalau Stream and other major perennial streams cascading towards the Pacific Ocean that lies, crystal blue, just minutes away.

‘Ohana Sanctuary Native Cloud Forest

One of the few and extremely rare privately owned Native Cloud Forest in the State of Hawaii.

Sanctuary Falls and Haiku Falls

Incredible solitude and elegance forming one of the rarest properties on earth.

Conservation Acreage Native Koa Forest

1,137.17 acres of Native Cloud Forest including Koa, Ohia, Mamane, Hapuu, and others.

Hakalau River Flowing to Pacific

Includes many other perennial streams cascading towards the Pacific Ocean.

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Ohana Sanctuary

      • The third largest privately owned stand of old-growth Koa on Earth.
      • Acreage: 1,137.17+/- acres
      • Type: Fee Simple
      • Zoning: CR [Conservation Resource]
      • Price: 25,300,000.00

Located in the District of South Hilo on the Hamakua Coast, home to may fine quality homes on farmettes, orchards and large acreage positions – yet only twenty minutes from downtown Hilo and all it has to offer in the form of modern conveniences. Hilo, being the capital of Hawaii County, is famous for it’s parks and gentle ambiance, now with daily non-stop flights to Los Angeles.
This is Hakalau Nui! Beyond beautiful with many waterfalls created in primordial time by Hakalau Stream and other major perennial streams cascading towards the Pacific Ocean that lies, crystal blue, just minutes away.
Type: Native Cloud Forest
Species: Koa [Koa Acacia Grey], Ohia, Mamane, Hapuu, and others [All Native]
Tree Count: 50,000+
Volume: ~16,500,000 +/- Board Feet [Koa Only]
Initial Harvest: ~ 6,500,000 +/- Board Feet [Koa Only]
Sustainable Yield Rate: 6% to 8% Per Annum
* Does Not Include Fallen Logs [Recovery Rate @ ~ 45% Yield]