Secluded One-Room Camping Cabin Hidden in the Jungle of Pahoa, HawaiiPahoa, Hawaii (United States of America)
Secluded One-Room Camping Cabin Hidden in the Jungle of Pahoa, Hawaii
This secluded jungle cabin is located in Pahoa, Hawaii, and can accommodate four guests, making it the perfect place to reconnect with nature. The one-room cabin features a lofted bedroom with a double-size and a twin-size bed, while guests can find an additional double-size bed underneath the loft. The bathroom can be found outside and comes complete with a shower, toilet, and sink. Linens and towels are provided.
In the studio camping cabin, guests will find a sofa and a hammock. making relaxing easy after a full day in the surrounding wildlife. The kitchen comes with a stove, a miniature refrigerator, and a sink. Other amenities include Wi-Fi, an outdoor deck, and a washer and dryer, so guests can experience optimum comfort during their stay.
This cottage is located on an acre of secluded Hawaiian farmland so there is plenty of fresh fruit around to pick. Ask the hosts first before picking. There is also Wi-Fi on the property. Breakfast is included in the booking.
- Washing machine
- Private Kitchen
- Linens and pillows
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Check out: Flexible
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Pets are welcome.
A $360 security deposit is required at this property.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Pahoa, Hawaii (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Wildlife watching
Hawaii's Big Island is known for its immense beauty and jaw dropping landscapes. There are plenty of hiking and biking trails throughout the island that guests can explore to see the Big Island's true beauty. Visit the breathtaking Akaka Falls or go to the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park to explore around the still active volcanoes that formed the islands. Also, close by are the black sand beaches that Hawaii is known for. The sand is black due to years of volcanic ash solidifying and creating sand.