Sunset Ranch is an exclusive thirty acre estate on the North Shore of Oahu, with ocean and mountain views of the entire northwest side of the island. Now forever protected, Sunset Ranch has a focused mission of helping advance land conservation and sustainability in Hawaii.
Sunset Ranch is currently available for site tours and events. We’re especially excited to now offer authentic Hawaiian Site Tour Experiences. These tours provide a unique opportunity to visit one of the most exclusive estates on Oahu and learn about the history of the ranch, land conservation, sustainability and Hawaiian history and culture; all while enjoying ocean and mountain views and an elegant meal on site or at one of several exclusive lookouts in Waimea Valley.
Our hope is that by sharing the property in these ways, the local community and visitors will not only learn about the importance of land conservation and sustainability, but become engaged and active in the cause.
To book a site tour or retreat today, Call 808-638-8333.
Mahalo nui loa!
Sunset Ranch – Oahu, Hawaii
59-777 Pupukea Rd
Haleiwa, HI 96712
Ka Pa Hula Na Wai Iwi Ola under the direction of Kumu Hula Keala Ching presents “I Love You Mom”, a concert celebrating Mother’s Day! Saturday May 7th from 4:30 – 8:30pm at the Waikoloa Bowl at Queens’ Gardens.
Gates Open at 3:30 pm – Reserved Seating $25, General Admission $15, Children under 12 Free.
Join us for an evening of music and dance under the stars!!
For information call Queens’ Market Place at 808-886-8822, or Na Wai Iwi Ola at 808-322-3372. You may also visit www.nawaiiwiola.org.
Proceeds will benefit local non-profit and community organizations, and the Japan Relief Fund.
With Special Guests: Jerry Santos & Olomana, Teresa Bright, Nathan Grace & Russell Paio, Loea Kawaikapuokalani Hewett, Aunty Diana Aki, Beamer-Solomon Halau O Po’ohala – Kumu Hula Hulai Solomon Covington, Kaulaokalani o Kona – Kumu Hula Wayne Takemoto, Kumu Hula Ula Hewett, Ka Pa Hula Na Wai Iwi Ola – Kumu Hula Kealea Ching and Mistress of Ceremonies Kumu Ka’ea Alapa’i