The Hawi Plantation Estate
Nestled amongst banyan tress, indigenous island flora, graced with guest cottages including estate home, a pool and ample space to roam, this magnificent century-old estate rests in the legacy of rich history of island culture and the birth of a new era.
Take a moment to watch the movie below and meet the owner of the Hawi Plantation Estate, Charles Biderman as he shares information about the estate and the local Hawi area.
Hawi Plantation Estate
The history of the Hawi Plantation Estate begins in the mid-1800’s when John and Elizabeth Wind establish their home and prepare for birthing a family as well as manifesting one of the worlds largest sugar plantation factories in the small, country village called ‘Hawi’.
For over a hundred years, this grand estate has withstood the northern Tradewinds, hurricanes, mini-volcanic eruptions, economic changes, generations of offspring and a fe changing hands of ownership.