The Best Way to Live in Hawaii is to join our Islander Ohana. Here’s why:
Our next cohort is forming now. If you are serious about moving to Hawaii and you want to do it in the best possible way, start the registration process now and join us!
Do it alone or with others just like you (Best Way to Live in Hawaii reason #1)
Moving to Hawaii is, practically by definition, something that you will do alone either completely by yourself or with your immediate family. Your friends and extended family aren’t going with you and there’s a good chance you won’t be seeing them in person for a long time.
One of the most valuable benefits of joining the Islander Ohana is making new friends that are on the same journey as you. Here’s what our alumni Mark from Oklahoma said:
“And possibly the best part is that you get to mingle with other people who are trying to do the same thing you are doing… Moving to paradise! The sharing of knowledge, swapping stories, and learning from what others did right (or wrong) is invaluable. I genuinely want to meet and hang out with everyone from my cohort, or even the other cohorts.”Mark from Oklahoma. Spring ’21 Islander Ohana Alumni and now living in Hawaii
Save time, money, and frustration or learn the hard way (Best Way to Live in Hawaii reason #2)
Making the move to Hawaii will be the biggest change you will ever make in your life in so many different ways. Whether it’s climate, geography, culture, or finances, until you’ve made the move there are so many things you don’t even know you don’t know.
The good news is that someone else has already learned the hard way and that knowledge has been compiled into a comprehensive program of 6 self-paced courses and 5 live conferences that you and a small cohort will go through when you join the Islander Ohana. Here’s what our alumni Joan from Colorado Springs said,
“You might think you already know everything that’s pertinent to your move. Believe me you will learn things you weren’t even aware of. It’s a different mindset than living on the mainland. It’s wonderful to interact with others who may have, or have already had the same questions you have. I feel the Ohana Cohort is a valuable tool in your move and is money well spent.”Joan from Colorado Springs. Fall ’21 Islander Ohana alumni and living in Hawaii
Know if it’s right for you before you go or land and learn it’s not for you (Best Way to Live in Hawaii reason #3)
How many aspects of Hawaii fall into the category of “If I’d known about this I would have never gone” for you? For most people, they don’t discover those pitfalls until after they’ve moved here and by then it’s too late and they suffer the consequences.
But it doesn’t have to be that way for you. Joining the Islander Ohana gives you access to 40 years worth of combined wisdom packaged into a 10 week program. Here’s what alumni Darryl from Texas said about the program:
“Our family of six was ready to buy sight-unseen during the coronavirus pandemic of 2020. After 8 months of research, we sold our house and almost all of our belongings. While waiting for a property to open up, we were able to take a breath…pause…and consider again all the facets of moving to Hawai`i by joining the Islander Ohana…Everyone’s experience and situation is different in the group, but with the help of the Islander Ohana, we were able to make a confident decision that Hawai`i is still right for us, albeit not “right now” with so many little ones we have.”Darryl from Texas, Winter ’20 Islander Ohana Alumni
Follow a proven program or do it by trial and error (Best Way to Live in Hawaii reason #4)
There’s no good reason to fail your way to success when you can simply follow a plan that works and that’s exactly what joining the Islander Ohana delivers: a comprehensive program of 6 self-paced courses and 5 live conferences attended by you and a small cohort. Our alumni Tom from Philadelphia said it best:
“My wife and I have been planning to retire in Hawaii for about 10 years. I’ve done a ton of research, have friends on all four major islands, and have a real estate agent. But I am SO GLAD I took the Islander Ohana course. I learned so much more and gained so much thought-provoking, valuable information and insights. The course is well worth “the price of admission”. And you’ll gain a new network of friends, just like you, who are entering uncharted waters”Tom from Philadelphia. Islander Ohana alumni
Limited seating. Register now and join the next group of people that will be living in Hawaii.
The cohorts are small by design and registrations are processed on a first-come, first-served basis and registration will close once we reach our limit. If you’re serious about Hawaii and want to live here in the best possible way, this program is for you. Join us!