It’s Time to log off, Hawaii

Nov 1, 2017 To Nov 30, 2017

United States

Why It’s Time to log off, Hawaii

Whether you spend too much time working on your computer, playing consoles, texting or playing games on your phone or too much time tweeting, digital addiction is a very real and dangerous clinical syndrome. But there is away to cleanse yourself and it’s time to log off, Hawaii is one of the most stunning locations on earth to digitally detox.

After reading this paragraph, please turn away from your screen, close your eyes and envisage the traditional 19th-century Hawaiian ranch where you could be spending seven blissful nights - a long whitewashed house under palm trees with the feel of a house party rather than a hotel. Imagine it’s surrounded by oceanfront land on O’ahu’s North Shore close to some of the most famous surfing beaches, the Mokuleia Forest Reserve and the Waianae Mountains.

Here, on this sacred land lies the antidote you’ve been looking for. Upon arriving, you will be made to feel relaxed and welcome with a traditional Hawaiian aloha before the most important ritual of them all…

Waikika’chaw’wowow.

Waikika’chaw’wowow is the ancient Polynesian word for a very special ritual. In English, it means the ‘handing-in’ of phones, tablets, laptops, Fitbits, Kindles, consoles and any digital device with a screen.

Okay, we made the word up, but the ritual is very real. Once you’re safely ensconced and gadget-free, let the great cleansing begin!

Instead of being chained to a screen, you’ll start your day with a mindful walk and yoga in The Great Hall. Then, after a healthy brunch and smoothies, it’s free time for hiking, surfing or exploring before a plant-based lunch, afternoon activities including creative workshops, body treatments and a restorative yoga class (or guided Hawaiian culture hike) before a vegetarian feast and relaxation time before it’s time for lights out, Hawaii!

The estate truly is a one-of-a-kind retreat, offering all of the charms and essence of Hawaii - from white sandy beaches to mountain terrain with 2,700 acres of open green space scattered with coconut trees and monkey pods.

Now, more than ever, it’s time to log off, Hawaii but before you do, click the link because this heavenly estate has to be seen to be believed!

In short:

  • Digital Detox holiday in Hawaii
  • Stay at a traditional, 19th-century Hawaiian ranch
  • Surfing, hiking, yoga and 3 healthy meals a day & refreshments
  • Cleanse yourself of addiction at It’s time to log off, Hawaii 
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Paolo Resteghini Author & Events Manager