Located in a wonderful farm setting we provide rentals in our Canvas Tents. 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. Is that even possible? Yes, you can find it here! This is a one of a kind vacation rental you will not forget! The price is excellent. Location is beautiful. We are loca
Located in a wonderful farm setting we provide rentals in our Canvas Tents. 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. Is that even possible? Yes, you can find it here! This is a one of a kind vacation rental you will not forget! The price is excellent. Location is beautiful. We are located on the foothills of famous Koko Head hike, and only five minutes to Hanauma Bay, shopping centers, dinning, and grocery stores. It's all in one!
Our canvas tents are the perfect fit for either couples or singles. You will have access to the outside space with a fully stocked kitchen, BBQ area, large dining table, washer and dryer machines. Parking is also available here on the farm.
If interested in renting bikes and/or surfboards let us know! We also offer transport from and to the airport. Let us know your needs and we can personalize your stay for your best interest!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
I really wish I could leave an awesome review. The views can be breathtaking and it's easy to ground yourself to nature there. My family and I gained a lot from this experience spiritually. Marco's family was really friendly and welcoming. Marco's wife, Michele even took us to the park so that our children could play together. At another occasion she lended us her car and offered great beach recommendations. The problem is they aren't very involved with the farm affairs. That's where all my issues came in. I will try to not state my personal opinion of anyone. I will only review the camp site for what it was. The yurt was cozy and nice. However, the sheets were smelly. Also the towels provided had very largely visible stains on them. So we did not use them. Good thing I am an over-packer! We got a quick tour of where everything was when we first arrived. But that was it. No one ever checked to see if we needed anything, EVER! My yurt did not have the electricity cord promised, so we asked for one. The one provided was a one connection only, unlike all the other yurts that had 3 connections. So I was forced to pick between charging my work computer or having a fan on for my daughter while she napped mid day when the sun was right above the yurt. Or having a lamp on at night or the camera/monitor on that allows me to see my daughter while she sleeps. There are two groups of people at this camp. The "workers" those whom work there, in exchange to live there. And the "campers" us travelers whom pay to be there. It's true, the majority of them are very friendly! However, most of them have no regards for the fact that we are paying to be there. They very OFTEN DO NOT pick up/ clean up after themselves. So if you want to utilize the kitchen, you will probably have to clean it prior to use and after the fact. Some of their daily tasks include tiding up, stocking, and cleaning the bathroom. Which goes unchecked so the trash and recycling is always overflowing. The paper towel is always low. In fact, we went two consecutive days without any and a couple of other random days here and there. We went a full day without any dish soup. The bathroom got cleaned 3 times in the whole 13 days we were there. One of those 3 times, it was cleaned by my mother because she couldn't fathom the kids sitting on a such a dirty toilet. When we originally got our tour, Samara (reservations coordinator) showed us where the laundry was and what to use if we needed to do laundry. However, failed to mention we were actually not allowed to do laundry. Malu (camp manager..?) Idk, she never introduced herself as such. Nor did anyone else say she was, until there was an issue with us using the laundry.) was very unprofessional, expressing to my mom the rules. Which are- if you live there you have a set day and time to do your laundry. If you are camping, then laundry is not part of your stay.. So if you are staying for 13 days, hopefully you bring 13 tops, 13 bottoms, 13 pairs of sox and 13 pairs of underwear if you like to be clean...The outdoor shower has a lovely view. It's pleasant when it's not too windy. I actually didn't mind the wind. The issue was when the wind blew I could smell the rotting/moldiness of the shower curtain. Also there is always a line to shower due to the amount of people there. Which is understandable and not a huge deal. But if your kids have a fixed bedtime, then you will have to plan accordingly. All of that was uncomfortable but still bearable. My BIGGEST issue is as follows- First I'd like state that I am 26 years old. I like to think of myself as very open minded and not old fashioned at all. However, I went there to camp with my whole family. My mother (38), my brother (15), my partner (28), my son (8) and my two year old daughter. The workers, as a mentioned before are not checked or held accountable for anything as far as I could tell. Therefore, they smoke marijuana CONSTANTLY though out the property. Now, I have no issue with a little weed amongst adults in an appropriate setting . But I have a HUGE issue with strangers exposing my small children to drugs. One of them even rolled a full blunt on the kitchen table while my 15 year old brother was helping me fix dinner. So if wish to not expose your children, I'd think twice about this camp site.