Stay in your own Eco- Retreat Treehouse! Lava Rock Camp - Hale La’au is a private off-grid treehouse cabin conveniently located between Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, Kilauea Volcano 🌋and Pahoa and Hilo Town. Enjoy the sounds of nature and night sky views surrounded by tropical Hawai'ian native rainforest, Ohia trees, ferns, orchids & fruit trees. Explore nearby Kilauea
Stay in your own Eco- Retreat Treehouse! Lava Rock Camp - Hale La’au is a private off-grid treehouse cabin conveniently located between Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, Kilauea Volcano 🌋and Pahoa and Hilo Town. Enjoy the sounds of nature and night sky views surrounded by tropical Hawai'ian native rainforest, Ohia trees, ferns, orchids & fruit trees. Explore nearby Kilauea Volcano trails and lava tubes, Papakōlea Green Sand Beach in the Ka’u District, Punalu’u Black Sand Beach, Pahoa Town beaches and lava fields, Local Farmer’s Markets, waterfalls and swimming holes, and so much more. The adventures are endless here on The Big Island! Enjoy the new fully equipped kitchen with 4 burner stove, and fridge, there’s also a covered barbecue area with propane grill on the ground floor to give you options for preparing your meals. You can sleep up to 6 people comfortably here. There’s a private bedroom, a sleeping loft, and a futon in living room, that can each sleep 2 people. There’s an instant hot water shower inside the bedroom. The bathroom with home biogas eco-toilet on the lower level has an outdoor shower. You can take advantage of the ‘Extra’ option for the use of the camping gear and set up the 4 person tent in the lanai or anywhere else on the property. The high speed internet and electricity is all run on solar power.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 83%
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Low key glamping in the jungle
Sanna has put a lot of work into carving a homeplace out of the jungle and it shows. We stayed in a unit next door to the one you see in the listing - brand new to guests. Many little sweet touches had been made for our comfort - new lounge chairs on the lanai, matching towel sets, etc., and as time goes by I'm sure even more will be added. Map the location well when you are considering staying here - you will see that you get all the peace and joy of the jungle environment, and none of the town life. It's fully 30 min to VNP, but also that much closer to Hilo and points downhill. Also be aware of the fact that while you are still "camping" - real camping with pit toilets or outhouses is a number of steps rougher than using this very tidy biolet. It only requires that you care at all about energy efficient waste disposal, and are willing to spend one extra minute in the bathroom per use. The shower is hot and glorious. We spent many peaceful hours just enjoying the wild nature around us. Highly recommend.
Comfort in the woods
Relaxing and comfortable place with the comforts of home. Really enjoyed my stay here after glamping in a cabana with shared baths! Thanks for a nice time! Darling place!
This was a wonderful experience and we’d recommend Sanna’s Lava Rock Treehouse to anyone! The treehouse was well equipped with everything we needed and the jungle property is beautiful. Sanna and her husband were helpful in every way, yet we completely had our privacy. Their dog, Rocko, was a delightful bonus as was the symphony of frogsongs at night and birdsongs in the morning. We highly recommend!! ~Mahalo~Arie and Lauren
Lava Rock Treehouse was totally what we needed. Out of the way, cozy and the best sleeping porch ever!! We woke up to the full moon right outside the screen. Sanna has a lot of thoughtful touches on the Treehouse. A delightful time
Great off-grid, tranquil location!
This is a fairly remote, off-grid house that's on a beautiful piece of land. The electricity is based on solar, water is collected from rain, and uses propane for the stove and hot water. There is a mini fridge, stovetop, silverware, pots, pans, cooking utensils, dishes, towels, cups, etc. for you to use. The hosts are very kind, greeted us when we got there, and waved us off when we left.
We had a few rainy days and the solar couldn't keep up. That's OK because there was a battery pack for power and cooler for our fridge items. I recommend brining a flashlight and grabbing some ice when you are in town, just in case.
Just remember, this is an off-grid house. There's no AC and power relies on solar!! We would definitely come back and absolutely loved the place!!