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Indonesian Eco-Hut Rental Along the Puna Coast in Pāhoa, Hawaii

Pahoa, Hawái (Estados Unidos)

Indonesian Eco-Hut Rental Along the Puna Coast in Pāhoa, Hawaii

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5,0 10 Opiniones

"Great rustic lodging experience. Louisa is a fabulous host. Lots of interesting hikes and beaches in the area. Definitely off the beaten path. Very..."

Megan Haserodt, guest in 17 de Enero de 2019.
Privado Cabaña
2 huéspedes
Baño privado
Entire Cabaña
Aguas termales

Eco hut: Hawaii

1 bed

  • 1 Cama doble

Features and services

  • Internet/wifi
  • Cafetera
  • Ducha
  • Ropa de cama
  • Inodoro
  • Toallas
  • Lavabo
  • Yoga
  • Mosquitera

Hosted by Louisa
100% positive feedback

  • Ratio de respuesta: 100%
  • Tiempo de respuesta: Less than 1 hour
  • Nuevo alojamiento

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5,0 - 10 Reviews

Accommodation rules

  • Llegada Flexible
  • Check out: Flexible
  • No se admiten mascotas
  • Prohibido celebrar fiestas
There are no cooking facilities. Please note this is a non-smoking home and grounds. No exceptions will be made.

Pets are not welcome.

Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.

Política de cancelación

cancelación gratuita 24 horas
Quince: La cancelación no supone ningún coste si se produce durante las 24 horas posteriores a la confirmación y con al menos 15 días de antelación a la fecha de llegada.

Location and surroundings

Pahoa, Hawái (Estados Unidos)

Detailed location provided after booking

  • Aguas termales
  • Supermercado


  • Natación
  • Deportes acuáticos
  • Surf
  • Paseos en bici
  • Kayak/piragüismo
  • Buceo
  • Escalada
  • Tirolina
  • Meditación
  • Yoga
  • Avistamiento de ballenas
  • Observación de aves

Guests can find something to do right on site, as there are plenty of adventures to be found on this beautiful road. The Kalani ocean side retreat center is just five minutes from the property, offering three meals a day, yoga classes, dance, and miscellaneous classes. Uncle Robert's is a popular Wednesday night attraction for arts, craft, great food, hula, and music, just 10 minutes away. There is lava flowing just down the road which can be seen by hiking about two miles each way and also can be viewed by boat or helicopter for a truly unique experience. The Volcano National Park is one hour away for great hiking, bird watching, and lava can be viewed from the crater at the Jaguar museum.