Our farm features 25 acres of pasture, meadows and tropical jungle with a river running through the middle of the farm featuring private waterfalls and several swimming holes. We have secluded rustic campsites in various locations. Our site features a main community center with fully plumbed showers and hot water along with a community hall with a kitchen facility to prepare
Our farm features 25 acres of pasture, meadows and tropical jungle with a river running through the middle of the farm featuring private waterfalls and several swimming holes. We have secluded rustic campsites in various locations. Our site features a main community center with fully plumbed showers and hot water along with a community hall with a kitchen facility to prepare meals and where you can practice yoga and meditation. (Note: the picture of the portapotty is outdated, we now have full bathroom facilities.)
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 18 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Hamakua Cloudforest Waterfall in Hawaii.
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It is a wet climate, so it wouldn't have been comfortable to sit outside our tent at night. The nice community center was a comfortable place to hang out and have dinner and read in the evenings. It felt more like glamping than camping, which I'm not complaining about!
Nice grounds, beautiful waterfall
Lovely property and Axel is really friendly! Climate is beautiful up there. As far as camping, you set up tent in a pretty open field, and in the morning (maybe ~8-9am) work starts nearby, just be aware it's not a very private or nature-embedded spot to pitch the tent. Community space w/ wifi was lovely, waterfall was beautiful & felt sacred and happy. At the time of my stay, kitchen wasn't quite as equipped as we'd hoped but it was functional!
We had such a peaceful and wonderful stay here! My family and I just absolutely adored this location. Axel has done an amazing job with renovating this space with his guests in mind! It was private but also welcoming with a fun community center! He was a great host!
Nice quiet spot away from Hilo a bit but not a trek to the middle of nowhere. Waterfall is BRISK but refreshing. The community center is nice if you are into amenities while you’re camping too
Beautiful place, terrible service!
The lay of the land was beautiful in the private files where impressive! We felt like we were inconvenience to our host Axel because they were in the middle of converting their place to an Airbnb instead of hip camp and we were in the way, kitchen was dirty and our cabin had ants in it which bit me in the night! I wanted them to know so that other people didn’t experience the same thing and he seemed very defensive! I think it Will probably be I better stay for people when they are done converting and cleaning!
We love hamakua cloud forest cabins
We stayed in one of the cabins. It was an awesome and relaxing experience. They provide clean cabins, bathrooms, hot showers and a kitchen. Anyone who wants to truly experience Hawaii’s forest should check this place out!
It was a quiet place out of the city if only sounds of frogs. Be prepared for rain as it is aptly named cloud forest. The waterfall was fun to climb up with a rope. The most positive thing was the community center where we could seek refuge from the rain. In the community center there was a sink, dishwasher, basic appliances, such as, a hot plate and an electric skillet. It did not have a stove and the microwave did not work at the time we were there. However, they had two bathrooms with hot showers which was a nice treat. Also there was a large table where you could sit and enjoy a meal indoors. Overall, it was good. The one negative was that the grass was extremely tall and we had to navigate our way to our tents through paths that were mowed but they were narrow in we got wet every time we walked back and forth. Plus, there were electrical fences along those paths which can be quite alarming as my son can attest to if you accidentally touch one. Would I stay there again? Yes of course. But realize what you're getting into before you go. Anything else I should say guys