- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Hawaiian jungle escape -4WD in Hawaii.
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Such an awesome place! Its off grid, secluded, and surround by the beautiful Hana jungle. We came prepared to sleep in our sleeping bags and brought fire wood and water for the night. To our surprise our host Alvi set us up we an igloo full of water, wood in the pit, hammock, air mattress, and sleeping pads for the cabin! Our kids loved exploring the property and had an awesome experience hanging out with the friendly peacock that lives on site! The only thing that caught us by surprise was the steep driveway down to the house. A 4 wheel drive vehicle is necessary, we had a Jeep so we were fine. All in all it was an amazing day, definitely one we’ll never forget 🙏
Very cool jungle hut
This is a very cool spot! Totally remote and no electricity so plan accordingly. Hard floor but with sleeping bag is ok (recommend bringing mats) but amazing location and to walk around the property is just lovely and special as is the resident peacock who is awesome! Just note a 4x4 and some confidence is needed to drive down to the jungle hut- did it but it was scary at night even in my 4X4- would stay again and host was responsive through text (never met anyone).
Rustic jungle hideaway
Secluded spot in the jungle off the early part of road to Hana. Very responsive host, clear directions, cool porch scenery of the dramatic jungle backscape. Thank goodness we weren’t tent camping as it rained nearly the entire time we were there (common in this area). We were surprised - but maybe shouldn’t have been - by the large banana spiders and palmetto bugs in / near the cabin. If you are shy about bugs or possible “rough” conditions in the rain (such as trying to start a fire on a tiny charcoal stove in gusting winds and rain, having a muddy driveway to get out of with 4WD), I would not recommend camping in this area. If you’re good with rustic and off the grid of the jungle, this could be a great fit for you!
Great stay in a private jungle hut
This was our first time using Hipcamp and the experience was great. The location is very private and quite and the hut was clean. Yes a 4WD is required if you want to drive all the way to the hut. Never met Nicole but she was very responsive to my questions. No phone signal at the hut but if you walk back up the road to the top at the property entrance I was able to get a strong AT&T signal. Our 6 year old loved exploring the property and relaxing on the large deck was great.
Secludedjungle cabin (4wd required)
This place is absolutely stunning and secluded. Nicole is very responsive and I believe her Intension is to share her beautiful jungle simple farm with others. It is completely off grid. So I recommend bringing a power source of some sort. and for certain have 4 wheel drive. This is absolutely necessary. Even though we understood we could park at the first flat landing with AWD, and just couldn’t go all the way to the cabin, we had issues getting out. We had a friend leaving at night that got stuck on the hill which was on the neighbors property and the neighbor had vandalized the car by the morning. So defintiely take getting a 4wheel drive seriously. Otherwise we loved this place. The cabin is simple but beautifully constructed. The garden has fruit trees and was a nice escape. We do thank nicole a lot for this experience but do warn future guests about the hill going through the neighbors property.
Coveredporch in the rain forest ya
I am still reeling about this place. Cannot get over how wonderful this place was! Unplugged, so private, i mean at the end of a very, very small gated community. What a place to peace out!! Spiders are on the right sides of the screens and they are cool ! To fellow travelers, know that the 5.5 mile marker is spot on...BUT know it is not the first batch of mile markets from the airport, they begin again around 15 or so! For once google saved me. I want to go back to this place for a month ot two , to write a book or somethin' !
Fantastic and isolated place.
Beautiful location with built-in hammocks, cots, a mobile firepit (useful when it rains), and several cleaning items like paper towels and matches. Pit toilet is a convenient 100 feet away from entrance, and clean and not stinky. There is a small stream for bathing visible from the cabin. Would definitely advise a 4WD or AWD to access the site--there is a stretch on the dirt road about 1/4 mile (10 minute walk away) from the cabin that became impassible for my Dodge Caravan SUV (too steep and slippery) the day after a good rain. Parking along the dirt road before that point not generally feasible, as it is private property.
Quiet jungle paradise!
My little dog and I stayed here for two nights and we both loved it and overjoyed it turned out how it did. There was unprecedented rain on this side of the island in the days leading up to our excursion so I was a little nervous about flooding but Nicole was very communicative and although she was visiting the mainland at the time she had a friend go check on the farm to make sure all was good. And it was better than good!
We got lucky with two full days of sunshine lighting up this lush paradise. Nicole had left lots of supplies in the cabin including bug spray which was much needed. You definitely need 4wd and should park all the way down at the site. Don't park up by the neighbor. We met him and he was nice to us (also has two dogs) but the driveway down does go past his property so better to just be prepared (and the driveway absolutely requires 4wd when you take it).
Down at the farm it's super private, you hear nothing but the birds and a little stream that runs through the grounds. My dog enjoyed exploring and watching nature "tv." There's a large lanai with a hammock where you can relax looking out over the amazing property, too.
Lots of big spiders in the farm but they're harmless (I'm pretty sure) and you're going to find them in all the islands so just smile, leave them be and they won't bother you at all. This time I rented a Jeep which was $$ (but worth it!) but if I get my own I'll be back in a heartbeat because I loved it here. Thanks Nicole!