We have a thriving homestead, a mile from Kehena beach and earshot from Kalani yoga resort. We have tons of fruit and vegetables growing. Private outdoor bathroom/hot shower. Our property is meat, alcohol and cigarette free. 420 friendly. Mahalo!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Bliss Camp in Hawaii.
Walk to Kehena Black Sands beach.. (clothing optional)
Pohoiki hot ponds are 10 minute drive
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Daniel is the most amazing host and the campsite is perfect for us.
The area is like a hippie area, back to basic and that is also how the campsite is. There is a good toilet and a warm shower which is nice! There is no kitchen, but for us that was fine.
There is electricity in the bathroom where you can charge your phone during the day. And when the electricity is on, there is WIFI.
Thank you Daniel for having us. You are a great person!
I really enjoyed my (too short) stay here. Beautiful shaded property with growing papaya, passion fruit, and more. I loved the hot open air shower and chill vibe. Thanks to Daniel, Charlene, and Charlene's mom for being great hosts.
This was one my favorite areas on the big island as well. Nice hot pools for soaking down the road at Isaac Hale Beach Park, with beautiful rainforest canopied roads and black cliffed beaches. Nearest restaurants and supplies are back in Pahoa, but I found a nice place for coffee and light eats not far from Charlene's place, called Kalani (I think). I'd shoot for more time out here on my next trip...
Charlene was a great host, and her mother was so sweet! Her camp site is absolutely gorgeous with flowers and fruit everywhere. The outdoor bathroom was private, and showering in a jungle like setting was a neat feature. The drive to Bliss Camp is also really pretty, with trees covering the street, and many places to pull over and watch the waves crash against the rocks. Overall I loved staying there and my only regret was not applying mosquito repellent before getting there!