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Wahi Nanea Place of Relaxation

7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents2 acres · Kula, Maui
The property is located on Maui island in the Kula district on the drier side of Haleakala. In days before western contact the area was heavily forested with native plants and trees and rainfall was abundant. The native Hawaiian grew bananas, taro and sweet potato. After Western contact businessmen mostly from the United States developed huge tracts of land for ranching and farming which cleared the native forests and destroyed the eco system from the mountain to the sea. Many of the Hawaiian people moved away nearer to the towns and immigrant Chinese laborers from the ranches and plantations moved in. The Chinese brought in the Wattle tree to plant for firewood as these trees grew very fast. These are the majority of the trees that you see today. As part of the Chinese immigration, the founder of modern China, Sun Yat Sen lived here for a time and planned his revolution to overthrow the last Chinese Dynasty. There is a park dedicated to him nearby.We have picnic tables a propane grill, a fire pit and a covered gazebo that is shared with 3 cabins This site is located at the 2800 ft altitude and the temperature at night can range from mid 50 to mid 60 degrees F. If you are planning to go to Haleakala, we are about 45 -60 minutes to the summit. We are also on the south side approach to Hana. There is a great restaurant for breakfast and lunch about 10 minutes away in Keokea town called Grandma's Coffee house.
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Starseed Ranch

8 sites · Lodging26 acres · Halaula, Hawaii
E Komo Mai. Welcome to the pristine northern coast of Hawai’i island. The Kohala Mountains are sacred verdant lands filled with the abundance of the natural world – valleys, streams, mountains, forests and farms. Come enjoy our peaceful, healing accommodations and breathtaking landscape. Visit tropical permaculture food forests and taste a diversity of fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices. Experience an ancient agricultural setting filled with the rich history of native Hawaiian culture. A visit to Starseed Ranch is an adventure sure to inspire. Guests are welcome to explore our tropical fruit orchards, gardens, yoga, and meditation spaces. We're a short walk or drive to the ocean. Combine your Farm Stay with a Farm to Table Dinner and/or Farm Tour to truly taste the 'āina! Our organic farm and eco-retreat is 26 acres filled with abundance. Wander through our beautiful orchards or gardens, take a dip in the fresh-water stream, or take a stroll down the road to bask in the awe of sacred Pololu Valley.
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Ocean View Cabanas

8 sites · Lodging64 acres · Honoka'a, Hawaii
Big Island Farms was the inspiration of its founder Gordon Goff, who came to the Big Island of Hawaii in 1989 in pursuit of a utopian dream to live holistically off the land in a tropical paradise. Over the subsequent 28 years, he established the Hamakua Ecology Center and then, in the mid 90’s, moved into tropical food forest farming which led to the development of an agricultural educational program focused on the fundamentals of permaculture and deep ecology. Throughout this period Goff built a team of like-minded, hard-working individuals who began creating a diversified organic farm and orchard by planting, propagating and nurturing tropical super foods such as Macadamia Nuts, Dwarf Coconuts, and a diverse range of tropical fruits, herbs, and medicinals alongside traditional Hawaiian crops and market gardens. Working closely with his son Alexander Goff and life partner Annick Dauphinais (who are co-founders of BIF), they have developed over 64 acres, planted in dense orchards and gardens. Big Island Farms is a thriving agricultural enterprise with a long-term goal to provide super mineralized, nutritionally superior organic products grown and processed on site to ensure the highest quality of nutritional value to the local and global market.Big Island Farms hosts many varieties of gardens. Currently, we have community market gardens, medicinal gardens, arid climate gardens, and permaculture food forests. Some of the plants you might find in our gardens include: Taro, Papaya, Banana, Cassava, Turmeric, Pineapple, Passion Fruit, Dragon Fruit, Plantains, Ginger, Gooseberry, Squash, Pigeon Pea, Lemons, Limes, Soursop, Eggplant, Hawaiian Chili Pepper, Jalepeños, Bell Peppers, Custard Apple, Sapote, Neem, Lychee, Mangosteen, Starfruit, Surinam Cherry, Bilimbi, Rambutan, Rollenias, Java Plum, Tropical Pumpkin, Jabuticaba, Ti, Hibiscus, Bamboo, and so much more!Learn more about this land:Aloha! Mahalo, for your interest in visiting Big Island Farms located half way between the Historic Town of Honoka'a and the beautiful Waipi'o Valley. We are a permaculture based farm that hosts students from all over the world  interested in learning more about sustainability, permaculture farming, Hawaiian culture and much more.  During our off season, we open up the farm for you to visit and enjoy the beautiful Aina (land) and facilities. Your stay with us could vary, from relaxing and reading a good book on one of our many decks or hiking through our upper orchards to find the on property waterfall that runs most of the year.  Our property is 65 acres with 50 acres of Macadamia Nut orchards and free roaming sheep and cows.  The lower 15 acres consist of many different gardens, a green house (please do not enter), multiple Food Forests, 8 Cabanas, 2 classrooms 4 showers, 3 composting toilets and a kitchen with common area. Each cabana is screened in 360Âș with views, two bunkbeds (sleeps 4), air mattresses, (Bring your own Sleeping Bag/Pillows) shelves, clothes lines on outside and lockable doors. There is no electricity in the cabanas but there are power strips available in the common area. The common area consists of a large deck with picnic tables, Wifi access (pw: pickalltheweeds), power strips for charging electronics, canopies for when it rains, a 2-burner hotplate for cooking, pots, pans, plates, utensils, cups, dry food storage and a full sized fridge with freezer. Please keep the area clean.We also offer morning Breakfast Basket options:Small basket $5 - 2 Papayas, 6 bananas, 2 cups of coffee. Large basket $10 - 4 papayas, 10 bananas, morning coffee during your stay. Please keep in mind the fruit may vary depending on what is ripe. Coffee $1/ cup In order to preserve water we utilize clean non-smelling composting toilets. We also have 4 hot water showers, 2 sinks and vanity areas. Please keep showers to 5 min or less, Mahalo. If you come with a 4-wheel drive vehicle you are welcome to drive farther up on to the property and park closer to your cabana, just follow the Parking signs. We do not recommend you drive up with cars or low vehicles as the terrain is a bit rough, instead please park down in front in one of the parking spaces. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to send us a message!Hope to see you soon!Aloha
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Sun Farm Hawaii @ Koko Head

19 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents3 acres · Honolulu, Honolulu
Located in a wonderful farm setting, enjoy the sweet breezes, gorgeous sunsets and farm life while still in the city and close to some of the best beaches in East Oahu! We are located on the foothills of the famous Koko Head hike, and only five minutes to Hanauma Bay, shopping centers, dining, and grocery stores. Watch a magical sunset from the communal kitchen area, with a spectacular view of Diamond Head crater and the surrounding coast- it's all in one! *Please be aware there are many wild hens and roosters roaming around the neighborhood and property. You will enjoy your stay here if you're comfortable closely co-existing with nature and the sounds that come with it. Please plan accordingly. If you'd like to catch some waves or need a ride around time, we have surfboards available for rent, Parking is also available on site. Just let us know your needs and we'll do our best to accommodate for a wonderful stay! Mahalo ~ ~ DETAILS ~ ~ Self Check In Time is after 2pm. Self Check Out Time is before 11am. Cancellations/Refunds: A full refund will be made for cancellations received 7 days before date of arrival. Reservations are not refundable thereafter; please plan accordingly.
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Hamakua Coast ocean view Camp spots

8 sites · Tents21 acres · Papaaloa, Hawaii
Zero tolerance.. NO DRUGS! NO ALCOHOL! Work trade or pay for a camp spot. THIS IS A CAMP SPOT. WATER IS FROM THE RAIN & STREAM SHOWERS IN THE STREAM. If you are not a camper. This is not for you. Bring your own tent. Bring your own supplies. Hamakua Coast (The Breath of God). Creating an Ecovillage from ground zero on 21 acres with ocean views and a beautiful waterfall on property. The soil is rich and deep here. Options: 1. Pay to camp - No showers, Take a shovel bury your matter, Build a small fire for cooking. 2. Worktrade 1.5 hrs for your camp spot if you would like. 3. After work trade for your spot - When work is available I will offer paid work. With your help I can build mini houses that you can camp in. But I need help building them. I have the supplies. I just need the help. I can build a hot outdoor shower & a composting toilet with your help. Visions for this land: Create a Narnia to share with spirits who wish to reconnect to Mama Earth. Build bamboo huts and earth huts. Harvesting bamboo. Sweat lodge. Design a bee garden with lots of beehives. Chicken coup. Gardens-grow our own food. Art Space. Create an out door Pottery studio. Pizza oven. Any of your ideas could be considered to.
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Hamakua Guesthouse

7 sites · Lodging5 acres · Pepeekeo, Hawaii
The Hamakua Guesthouse is located on the south end of Hawaii's breathtaking Hamakua Coast. Established in 2012 we are easily accessible to all the Big Island attractions such as Volcanoes National Park (1 hour South), Waipio Valley (1 hour North), and the countless sights and adventures along the Hamakua Coast, it is the perfect location to base your Big Island adventure vacation. The legendary Akaka Falls State Park is only 4 miles away from the Hamakua House. Onomea Bay is only 4 miles away, which is the home of the Hawaii Botanical Gardens. It is an unforgettable drive to get there and the bay is a wonderful place to have a picnic. We are only 1 mile (easily walkable) from the quaint main street of Honomu, HI. This town was established in the sugar cane plantation era and remains today boasting some wonderful gift shops, two restaurants, a coffee house, and the Island's best Zip Line Tours. Guests have access to our open air full bathroom with running water and a stunning rainfall shower (located at the main house). They also have access to our covered outdoor kitchen with grills, a sink, prep space, dining area, dishes, cups, silverware, and cookware (also located at the main house).
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Pa'ani Ranch Cabins

10 sites · Lodging200 acres · Mountain View, Hawaii
Our property is a 200 acre cattle ranch and farm with all your farm animals. We are located in the most lush area of the Island of Hawai'i. From our location here in Mountain View the longest drive to access any of the adventures and activities the Big Island has to offer is no more than two hours and there are many activities within 30 minutes from our ranch. Here on the ranch you are away from all your neighbors in a relaxing world of your own.
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Land of the Rainbow Honeycomb

6 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents25 acres · Naalehu, Hawaii
When Hawaiian ancestors first landed on these shores, it was right here at Ka’ Lae or South Point, it is the original settlement site for the Hawaiian people & therefore this sacred land holds tremendous cultural & historic significance. A’ina Ke Anuenue Melemele, meaning Land Of The Rainbow Honeycomb; features an exotic Locale, stand-alone private cottages, Eco-Luxury accommodations, Family & Pet Friendly, & is a Sustainable Farm-Estate. This one of a kind custom Hawaiian temple: Luakini O Moe’ Uhane, meaning Temple Of Dreams is a custom pentagonal treehouse in an old growth Kiawe tree. Home to the white owl & featuring King memory foam Bed, large windows, outside deck, plush interior decor, & tall vaulted ceilings. The grounds are a series of serene swaths of native Hawaiian ocean-view grasslands, old growth Kiawe trees, & unencumbered shoreline. Within walking distance 1 mile to Ka’ Alu’ Alu’ Bay, & directly overlooking the famous Greensands beach. This Treehouse Temple is a lightening-rod for dreams! Awaken to the sounds of birdsong, ocean surf, & the occasional mooing cow, or cooing peacock. Our Lovevolution Animal Sanctuary houses 33 creatures ranging from ducks to sheep to cows & many other incredible & exotic animals also inhabit this wonderland & bring so much love to visitors from all around the world. *It is important to note that we are located in South Point Hawaii near Naalehu town, not Captain Cook . Traditional cars can carefully come down here, suvs or jeeps are great. There is a locked gate with a code-box for easy guest access. Additionally, this very secure area has No immediate neighbors within 200 acres! Perfect for privacy & exclusivity. Rainbow Honeycomb Sanctuary at the world famous enchanted emerald sands beach In South Point Hawaii is nestled on 25 acres of stunning ocean views, 1 mile from the shore @ 650 ft elevation our sustainable eco-retreat features magical tree houses, unique tiny homes, pyramids, & camping options. Fully solar powered, our water comes from the sky, here nature & tech meet with WiFi, full outdoor kitchen, composting toilets & comfortable clean memory foam beds. Only 5 miles to town, dare to dream big!
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Hawaiian Retreat

9 sites · Lodging6 acres · Pahoa, Hawaii
Welcome to old Hawaii, the village of Koae, Big Island, Hawaii! Our forest features 12 old mangos and 50 types of tropical fruit. The 6 acres includes Josanna's Organic garden, a WWOOF farm experience. This space has hosted thousands of people over it's 38 year history and we welcome people to our island and to the district of Puna. We look forward to introducing you to the diverse and delicious fruits of the jungle!
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Jade Oasis hotel

6 sites · Lodging1 acre · Volcano, Hawaii
Our hotel has 6 rooms, each with its own bath, microwave, TV, coffee maker and internet. We get 5 stars all the time. We have a hot tub in the center of the courtyard. We are only 3 miles from the active crater in Volcanoes National Park with hiking trails all over! These are actually 6 hotel rooms that get 5 stars all the time. Better than Glamping for sure. For just a bit more than a camping site, you get great beds and a hot tub! There's a party pavillion for herb and smoking. 420 friendly!
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Rainbow Camp Retreat

6 sites · Tents5 acres · Pāhoa, Hawaii
Rainbow Camp Retreat is a Not-For-Profit Trade for Stay Farm Retreat. This is a Sustainable Permaculture Teaching Farm, located on the lower slopes of Hawai'i Island, where you will feel cool at night, but not cold. During the day, you will feel warm, yet not hot. The purpose for a guest to stay with us is to learn Ecologically friendly and Sustainable/Regenerative learning practices, and in return of a successful course, your stay is complimentary. No-costs for learning.Learn more about this land:Rainbow Camp Retreat is the creation of Mother Earth, and is an operational Real-Life Sustainable Farm School Camp. A Trade-For-Stay Retreat Camp. No net fees will be charged upon successful completion of your learning experience (60 Day Minimum). This is a rare opportunity to stay on a Learning Farm to connect with nature, and give back to nature, and gain life skills without the costs of schools. The Farm Setting: Natural surroundings, pristine and Lush Tropical Hawaiian Rainforest surrounding a fully organic off-grid tropical and exotic fruit and flowering plants teaching farm. Trails and unique nooks and points of interest highlighting the beauty of Hawaii, while educating those to become self-sufficient and sustainable. Not-For-Profit, based on trade for stay and personal growth are what is asked of all of our students. While this is a relaxed and real-living experience, this isn't the place to come if you don't want to gain life skills and knowledge (We screen out those who just want a place to flop).  Come learn and stay amongst nature and all of what it has to offer, in a clean and safe environment (Strict No-Tobacco Policy), which is completely organic, and has never had any pesticides or herbicides used ever.This location does not charge for your stay (Fee-Free Trade Stay) - Keep in mind, for this same reason, we don't have a budget base to create luxury amenities.We are a strictly no tobacco non-smoking environment.This is a Learn-For-Stay Situation. The learning with a Degree'd Horticulturist will be requiring a certain amount of your efforts spent learning sustainable living and farming, and with it comes some of the responsibility of hands-on life farming.Due to limited facilities, we do not accept minors under 18. To learn more, and apply go to:  rainbowretreat . webs . com Facebook: /rainbowcampretreatOur other listing: hipcamp.com/hawaii/rainbow-camp-retreat/rainbow-camp-retreatPlease apply with the website here, then email us at the website above so that we may correspond with you and send all the necessary materials and information to be better prepared. See you soon! ALOHA :)
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Garden Temple Hawaii

11 sites · Tents5 acres · Pāhoa, Hawaii
The Garden temple is a vegetarian paradise spreading love and light thru music dance meditation and community come and catch a blessingLearn more about this land:Welcome to the garden temple pure beauty in paradise with a Sunday morning ecstatic Dance on Sunday’s international Djs relaxing meditatative setting just above Sandari beautiful ocean views.campsites have amazing views of the ocean nestled in the hills just above The black Sand beach Pahoa is the closest city with all the amenities one could need
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Camping near Kihei guide

Kihei is like a Hawaii postcard come to life. Turquoise seas lap at white-sand beaches, and palm trees frame jungle-covered hills. A short drive away, you can surf Lahina or hike Haleakala National Park. Camping is the perfect way to experience Kihei and stay close to the action. For the closest West Maui camping sites, head to Papalaua Beach Park. Sleep on the sand next to the ocean; many spots are shaded for comfort. Or, hop on the Hana Highway and camp at Kanaha Beach Park near Kahului. Be sure to get a permit before tent camping at one of Maui’s beach parks. At Waiʻanapanapa State Park, choose from cabins and sites with picnic tables. Here, you can go birding, hike the Hawaiian coast, or fish in the sea just steps from camp. Inside Haleakala National Park, hike to one of two backcountry campgrounds. The park also has two drive-up campgrounds: Hosmer Grove and Kipahulu. The best part of camping near Kihei is the weather. Temperatures tend to stay in the 70s and 80s for most of the year. Bring rain gear and light layers for higher-elevation camping.

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