This Treehouse Airbnb Nestled In Hawaii’s Rainforest Is All Yours For $50 A Night
What if you could stay at your own private bamboo treehouse in the Hawaii rainforest for $50 a night for you and your BFFT (Best Friend For Traveling)? Would you pack your bags right away? We know we would — we’re packing them right now.
The tropical treehouse Airbnb sits atop 15-foot stilts and is surrounded by a thick jungle forest. The Airbnb sleeps two and is located 10 miles from the island’s iconic Volcano National Park where you can get your ultimate adventure fix by going on guided or solo hikes.
Want this to be more of a relaxing vacay rather than a sporty one? No problem — you can still enjoy the outdoors while staying put at you treehouse by taking advantage of the wrap-around porch that gives you a 360-degree view of the surrounding rainforest. You can cool off at the end of a long day in your indoor or outdoor rainwater shower — because, naturally, you have both.
Bonus: Every night that you pay to sleep in this treehouse paradise, part of that money will be sent as a donation to Cool Earth and used to save trees in Papua, New Guinea. So you can feel extra good about indulging.
- 1 queen-sized bed
- 1 hanging bed (hammock)
- Indoor/ outdoor shower
- On-property parking
- Private porch with table and chairs
- Kitchenette with a sink, cooler and coffee maker
- Card games
- Gramophone music player for iPhones
Here’s how to make this dream vacation a reality:
The closest airport to your dream destination is Hawaii’s Hilo International Airport which is about 23 miles from Fern Forest where the Airbnb is located. You can fly directly into Hilo from most major West Coast cities, like Los Angeles. Once you’re in Hilo, your best bet is to rent a car at the airport and drive the remaining 30ish minutes to your treehouse. Having a car on hand will make it easier for you to reach more populated areas from your secluded treehouse, giving you the opportunity to explore restaurants, local shops and nightlife.
So friends, when are we going?