Dhiana in Paradise

The Goddess within all women and men can find sanctuary and solace on our land.  It is a living paradise on the Big Island of Hawaii, just a 45 minute drive from Kailua-Kona airport.  We are a tropical, exotic, sensual, organic and natural destination for guests to fully blossom from the womb of Mother Earth and Madam Pele.

We are on 3 acres of thriving, historic, Hawaiian land.  Located on Painted Church Road, just two driveways past the historic, Painted Church.  Two to four miles to the City of Refuge, Ho’okena and Kealakekua Bay which are special snorkelling and dolphin destinations.  We are honoured by the great humpback whales through the months of January to April.  They come to these ancient islands to birth their babies and sing their songs of Love.  They can be seen by boat or from shore.

The farm offers an abundance of fresh, tropical fruit that grows year round and seasonally. When guests come to enjoy the Sanctuary, they can experience organic, estate grown Kona coffee, macadamia nuts, mangoes, papaya, banana, pineapple, star fruit, guava, lilikoi (passion fruit), avocado, jack fruit, black sapote and many other exotic fruits.

The Goddess Sanctuary Kona Coffee and Macadamia Nuts
Baby Pineapple at The Goddess Sanctuary


Our Sanctuary is blessed with a variety of singing birds, colourful butterflies, wild chickens and eager frogs.  Come walk the pathways of the property and find your special tree in our private jungle for your personal meditation.  The afternoon gentle rains and evening fragrant breeze of the night blooming jasmine brings a sense of cleansing and rejuvenation.

Positioned in South Kona, centrally located for all of the best Big Island adventures.  We offer excursions to Volcano National Park, Mauna Kea Observatory and many other Hawaiian Heiaus (sacred spots).

We also offer The Goddess Sanctuary as a home for small retreats, family reunions and Play-shops.  Please inquire with Dhiana for more details and availability.  808-328-8343.

Moon Rise
Our Banyon Tree
The exotic Jade Vine at The Goddess Sanctuary