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.
Hawaii, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Starseed R.Joined in July 2022
3 ratings · 1 review
October 27, 2022
Not really an authentic experience
I don’t think Starseed ranch belongs on Hipcamp to be honest. After a week of staying on multiple farms of people’s private properties with authentic, untamed jungle and learning about how they work with nature in stead of plowing it all to the ground to rebuild some picture perfect place, this place left quite a bad taste in my mouth.
Sure, it’s gorgeous here. The Balinese style hales and kitchen are straight from a magazine and the bed is huge and comfy. But coming here felt like going somewhere that tries too hard to replicate something that once was actually a beautiful real piece of nature. I might be wrong and maybe this place used to be acres full of just grass. But right now everything just feels fake and human-made. It is more like a resort here, only thing missing is the swimming pool and all-you-can eat buffet. If you want to plan a business retreat, this might be the place. I think you can even book it for weddings.
I thought hipcamp was meant for people who want to experience some authentic nature, so this rubbed me the wrong way…
Would do really well on Airbnb or Booking.