The Coconut Traveler is the leading luxury on-site in the Hawaiian Islands specializing in bespoke journeys.  Driven by the belief that travel can equally benefit the community, destination, and traveler, we thoughtfully curate our itineraries.  Our goals are to design exceptional itineraries, engage the most dynamic experts, and deliver uncompromising luxury with positive impact in the Hawaiian Islands.  Every itinerary includes a carbon offset fee.

Founder of The Coconut Traveler, Debbie Misajon, prior to launching the company had enjoyed a thirty-year career in global sales and marketing at some of the hotel industry’s most renowned hotel brands including AMAN, Four Seasons, and Leading Hotels of the World. She has developed and launched innovative experiences including the Aman Jet Journeys, Baja Luxperiences, and more.   

Debbie is a global citizen having island roots, German Filipino ancestry, and an international career. 

She's a Global Ambassador to The Transformational Travel Council and a believer in the power of the Transformational Travel Journal and putting purpose in your travel. While equally comfortable in Beverly Hills, Bhutan, and Berlin, Debbie currently lives on Oahu with her son. 


Contact Debbie | +1-808-388-0696 |

As Senior Partner at The Coconut Traveler, Martha Morningstar is in charge of executing the company’s business plans and strategies as well as overseeing administrative and day-to-day functions. Morningstar is a luxury hospitality veteran, with over 25 years of experience supporting organizations with the implementation of innovative sales plans and marketing opportunities. Her experience in luxury products stems from her work as consultant and founder of M² Consulting and Travel, collaborating with international hotel clients, including SANGHA Retreat by OCTAVE, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, and The Resort at Pedregal. Morningstar is based in Oregon, has two children, and enjoys cooking and outside activities.

Contact Martha | +1-443-570-2252 |


The Transformational Travel Council is aimed at changing the way we travel, but also how we live and behave with each other and the planet by providing a uniquely rich and accessible base of knowledge and wisdom for travelers and tourism. Choose depth over distance.


Kind Traveler is the 1st Give + Get hotel booking and media platform that empowers travelers to positively impact the communities they visit.  The Coconut Traveler supports their ethos of giving a $10 nightly donation to local charities.  If you're going to stay in a hotel, use a Kind Traveler partner hotel and make a difference.

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The Coconut Traveler has selected to display What3Words for location maps vs the traditional address.  Like many destinations in the world, Hawaii addresses can be difficult to find, signs go missing, vines cover numbers, plus we use a lot of vowels. To solve this, we’ve taken to the innovative, three-word address system of What3Words which pinpoints the precise location of your villa, guide meeting spot, trailhead starting point, and much more.  

What3Words divided the world into trillions of 3 x 3 meter squares and assigned each one a unique three-word address. It’s far more accurate than the number and street name system. And it means everyone and everywhere now has an address. Click the link on the villa page to see the exact location of the property. It even works with Google Maps and Waze.



Rates are quoted on a nightly basis. Properties with a valid Transient Vacation Unit (TVU) license may be rented on a nightly basis. Properties that do not hold a TVU license for a short-term rental will be made exclusively available to one party during a consecutive 30-day period. Rent quoted and reservation agreement will reflect the 30-day period; however, occupancy for the entire duration is not required.

Rates do not include Hawaii Transient Accommodations Tax (10.25%), General Excise Tax (4.712%), arrival cleaning fee, or refundable security fee. The refundable security fee will be held in the non-interest bearing, client trust account of The Coconut Traveler or that of the property management company. In lieu of a refundable security fee, you may be offered a non-refundable, insurance policy payment.

Carbon offset payments are purchased through TerraPass using the globally accepted per person per year average of 29 mT, the number of travelers, number of days, and airport origination. If you would like to donate additionally to your carbon offset estimate, kindly let us know.  The planet will thank you.

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