|Tipo de imóvel||casebre|
|Estadia Mínima||1 - 2 noites|
Romance e encanto se combinam com emoção e aventura para um cocktail sedutora se você optar por ficar em esta pequena casa empoleirado em cima das árvores. Muitos de nós têm duradoura sonhos de dormir em uma casa na árvore, e são atraídos para a intimidade de espaços acolhedores. Imagine-se a imersão na jacuzzi cedro perfumado sob o dossel estrelado, relaxando em dois níveis de varandas. Dormir no quarto de bambu exótico, e acorda para o arco-íris de luz banhar-lo através das várias janelas com vitrais. Abrir as portas francesas e saborear o café havaiano local na varanda enquanto você assiste as aves do namoradeira floresta. Este é um teatro para adultos.
Treehouse Alojamento: Visita a uma casa na árvore é uma aventura, então ficar em um é também uma aventura. Ao reservar uma estadia aqui, por favor, mantenha em mente que alguns agilidade é necessária para caminhar para a casa da árvore pela floresta, e subir nela. Para entrar no nível superior, você vai passar por um alçapão. O acesso é através da floresta real, e a casa é construída em cima de um Lavatube, nas árvores.
Eco-permanecer aspectos: Mahinui Na Lani é casa da árvore desenhada por Roderick Romero, cujo trabalho aparece no livro 'Treehouses do mundo ". É construído de bambu sustentável e reciclados madeira e janelas de Oahu. O poder é a partir do sol e do vento, e back-up por um gerador. A água é a chuva que cai do céu, que é capturado no local e armazenado em um tanque de captação, em seguida, filtrada. Nós fornecemos água potável. Você tomar banho e mergulhar na água da chuva.
Florestas de Kilauea: A localização é apenas fora dos portões para o Havaí Parque Nacional dos Vulcões, em uma floresta de samambaias gigantes e árvores altas. Esta é a mesma floresta que você entra através dos portões principais do parque. Altitude é de cerca de 4000 pés. As temperaturas são se refrescar à noite, e os dias úmidos também pode ser frio. Suas explorações da área irá levá-lo rapidamente para áreas mais quentes e secas. Muitas vezes há uma névoa fina, chamada chuva abacaxi. Uma das maneiras mais divertidas para se aquecer (excepto no ofurô de cedro) é dirigir para o parque e estar ao lado de um respiradouro de vapor. Parque Nacional dos Vulcões tem uma variedade de atracções e aventuras extraordinárias, incluindo fluxo de lava, petroglifos, visitas guiadas, caminhadas através de crateras vulcânicas e através de tubos de lava, uma estrada para o mar, e um centro de visitantes e galeria. Volcano House, o hotel e restaurante no parque será passando por reforma em 2010.
I stayed in the treehouse 3 nights in the middle of my two week honeymoon to Hawaii (7/10-7/13). Gail was very responsive throughout the entire process and we even had two phone conversations leading up to our stay. Since Gail and Robert were out of town when we arrived, we were met by their assistant Tia. Tia explained all the do's and dont's of the treehouse, which was very easy considering the treehouse is "off the grid." The pictures on the website depict the treehouse perfectly. It is spacious for 2 people when utilizing the indoor and outdoor space. The details and construction of the treehouse is well thought out (anytime you needed more light somewhere there was one, anytime you needed a hook to hang something there was one, etc...) My two biggest concerns about staying in the treehouse was a hot shower and bugs! Tia assured us that the outdoor shower does have hot water (and great pressure too!) and the climate of Volcano Village is a bit chillier than sea level so there were no bugs! I really enjoyed the location of the treehouse because it is completely secluded by trees; however, it is located in a quiet neighborhood so you know you're not in the middle of nowhere (even though it feels like you are!) If you are looking to do something different to celebrate your honeymoon or anniversary, staying at the treehouse is an absolute no brainer. The location is within walking distance to Volcano Village, a short drive to Volcano National Park, and perfect for a day trip to Hilo. There are no words to describe how magical the treehouse is, you just have to see it for yourself!
Best stay of the entire trip. My wife and I wanted a place to be off grid and close to the nature for our late honeymoon, and the tree house is the perfect place for it. It's clean, isolated and on a tree, nothing can top that. If you're looking for something exciting, fun and of course EXOTIC place to spend few days of your vacation, this is the place for you. The owner was there to greet us and provide some information regarding the places to eat, activities etc. The place is close to the volcanoes national park, so you can go to the part at night to watch the glow from lava. close to the village for some great food. we liked the place so much we're already planning to stay here on our next trip. definitely recommend to all my friends and family.
I took my husband here for a birthday get-a-way and it was absolutely fantastic. It was relaxing and peaceful-exactly what we needed. The treehouse is very well kept and the park is only a mere five minutes away. We would definitely stay again!
Of all the places you have stayed and will stay in your life, this is one you will never, ever forget. You will be awestruck from the moment you step through the moongate. The path to the treehouse has small treasures of purple bromliialdes, or a tiki to catch your eye as you walk the path. The treehouse is beautiful with rich woods, bamboo and subtle palm leave impressions in the stucco wall. Stained glass of birds continue to bring the outside in. Everything you need it here. Kitchen, hot tub, shower, the most comfortable and cozy bed on earth. And while it is really just right there, a couple of blocks off the highway, it seems secluded, as if you are far away from everything. I saw it listed as one of the top ten most awesome places to stay in the world and I whole heartedly agree!
My husband and I recently took a short vacation to the Big Island (5 days/4 nights), spending the first two above Waipio Valley and the following two at the Treehouse. As much as I was sad to leave the ocean, arriving at the Treehouse was one of the most incredible experiences, especially just to see my husband's face when we climbed up the stairs and he saw the outdoor grill, cedar hot tub, and then of course the trap door to the bedroom! I literally had to drag him away to get him to go hiking with me at the National Park (which of course was also INCREDIBLE--definitely check out the Pu'u crater from the Jaggar Museum at night--between the sunset and the fiery red glow, the view was heart-stopping!). Staying only minutes from the park entrance was also a huge bonus, as we beat the crowds and tour busses to the major sights in the park (even in the rain, there were still mobs of tourists on the weekend!), and we were able to hike nearly all of the trails we were interested in and then get back late afternoon to relax a bit before dinner. (Word of advice; purchase food BEFORE coming; the options at the General Store were extremely limited unless you enjoy eating junk food) and without cell phone service, we weren't able to make reservations at the Lodge. We instead waited nearly 30 minutes to be so much as acknowledged and have our name taken for the waiting list at Kiawe Kitchen--well-prepared food and nice wine list, yet overpriced and HORRIBLE service.)
Upon getting back to the Treehouse at night, we LOVED the outdoor shower and especially the hottub outside! Even in the cold and rain, both were a perfect way to end the evening (followed by drinking tea and watching Volcano movies inside before heading up the ladder to the amazingly comfortable bed upstairs! :)
Bottom line is that while we've stayed in some pretty incredible places during our travels, the Treehouse remains at the top of our list! I was so sad to leave I cried when we had to exit the Moongate on our last morning in Hawaii. Can't WAIT to come back!
The little tree house was very cool - so quiet and relaxing there, I'm surprised I managed to leave. It was a great place to unwind and soak in the hot tub with my girl and some drinks.
I'm really tall, so I always notice dust up high, but lower surfaces and the floors were clean. The trap door hole to the room is 2' by 2', and my 6'10" and 350lbs got up the sturdy ladder and through the trap door just fine. The bed linens and towels were clean & good-smelling. The kitchen was small but has just about everything you need. The inclusion of clean drinking water was thoughtful. The outdoor shower was fun, but because of my height the privacy bamboo wasn't quite enough for privacy - good thing there are only a couple other properties in sight! The Trader Joe's toiletries were different, but did the job with no off-putting scents. Don't let the compost toilet freak you out - my flusher @ home smells worse! Just follow the directions in the guide and you'll be fine.
From here, we took a lava boat tour, being lucky to escape the rain AND see some great flow. We went to the one @ sunrise, totally worth waking up early for. We also checked out some of the parks along the coast and saw some green turtles on our way to Kona. Kona is rather crowded and touristy, but if you like coffee and have a few bucks to spend, might as well do it there.
Since we were there during the rainy season, it rained much of the time, but we're from Seattle and it was in the 70s so it wasn't bad. We took about half a day to just drive around the entire island, and that was nice, though there would have been more landscape to see without the cloud cover.
We didn't bother with the restaurants near the tree house, as we preferred to cook and chill @ the tree house. Other than Bubba Gump in Kona, we mostly cooked. It was great.
This tree house is not what a traditionalist would be pleased with. But if you're open-minded and looking to actually get "away" on your get-away, call Gail and have yourself a different little adventure. Prepare to speak quieter, look and listen closer, move slower, enjoy the present and smile more.
Vulcão Havaí é um lugar diferente de qualquer outro nas ilhas. A vila de vulcão fica apenas fora do parque nacional, casa do vulcão mais ativo do mundo. Se você quiser ver o fluxo de lava, as chances são de que você pode fazê-lo aqui. Duas formas populares para ver lava são, de helicóptero ou de barco. O parque oferece trilhas para caminhadas intensas e emocionantes através fluxos de lava antigos, através de florestas tropicais, em santuários de aves. Alguns dos melhores cafés do mundo é cultivado e assado aqui perto, em uma parte diferente da ilha do famoso Kona. Há também uma adega com uma sala de degustação. Se você gosta de golfe, Volcano Golf and Country Club vai desafiar e recompensar-te. manhãs de domingo, há o vulcão mercado do fazendeiro, e você pode caminhar para ele a partir da casa da árvore. Apenas um par de milhas abaixo da estrada é Akutsuka Orquídeas, onde você pode ver e comprar as orquídeas de Havaí, e trazê-los para casa com você. Você vai notar orquídeas e antúrios são abundantes aqui, pois eles prosperam no ar úmido fresco do vulcão
Outras atividades: exploração tubo de lava, Havaí Parque Nacional dos Vulcões, degustação de vinhos
Golf: Com que frequência vai ter a chance de golfe no topo de um vulcão? Volcano Golf and Country Club oferece-lhe essa oportunidade, apenas algumas milhas da casa na árvore. tabela de preços: Visitante taxa normal:
$ 70. 08 + impostos, incluindo taxa de carrinho
taxa de Crepúsculo (após 12 horas):
$ 56. 64 + impostos, incluindo taxa de carrinho
clubes de aluguel:
$ 20. 00 para 18 buracos
$ 11. 00 para 9 buracos
Visite o site para atualizações de taxas
Ski: esquiar um vulcão? Isso é uma piada? Você não será esqui lava, mas não há neve em Mauna Kea no inverno, e há aqueles que helicóptero de esqui lá.
|Validade da Tarifa||por noite||Noite (fim de semana)||por semana||por mês||Pacote ou Evento|
dez 17 2016 - jan 9 2017
Estadia mínima: 2 noite(s)
Estadia mínima: 1 noite(s)
|Cleaning and prep fee||R$ 300 + Imposto|
The $85 cleaning and prep fee is per week. This means it repeats every seven days. Thus, for a stay of 8 nights, the fee is $170. The reason for this is daily service is required at the house. Please note this is a NO Smoking house. Mahalo!