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Hawaii Treehouses from Odd Inns and Uncommodations

Hawaii's Odd Inns - Treehouses

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Mahinui Na Lani Treehouse
Mahinui Na Lani was designed by internationally acclaimed tree house builder Roderick Romero to fit into this ancient forest as if to welcome Pele herself. We invite you to share the experience of this floating structure anchored to the trees whose roots are wrapped around a lava tube. Centuries ago, when Kilauea spilled lava across what is now a lush rain forest, a giant bubble rose up, and hardened. Lava continued to flow through, to the ocean. Part of the ancient forest that used to form the canopy on this island remains on this site, offering its shelter to all who stay here. Begin and end your adventures on the Big Island in the cedar hot tub. Built to be green, with recycled and locally found materials, and low impact waste systems. Water is by catchment.
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Bali Hut Treehouse in Pahoa, Hawaii

Sunset Beach Treehouse Bungalow in Haleiwa, Hawaii
The Sunset Beach Treehouse allows you to dwell in bliss like a local in north shore nirvana just steps from one of the most famous beaches on Oahu. This private bungalow is unlike anything else available in the area. Climb a stone path winding uphill through lush green foliage and black lava rock, past bamboo, organic fruit and flowers, to your treehouse illuminated by filtered sunlight through tropical canopy. Fall asleep to the lullaby of waves and awaken to the sweet song of birds in the trees, and that amazing ocean view. Check the surf at Sunset and Kammie's from the bed. Surfboards and bicycles there for your use. This studio treehouse is 225 sq.ft. of airy living space with lots of windows and an additional 200 ft. deck, featuring cedar ceilings, loft sleeping, plus sleeper sofa downstairs, shower area with ocean view, separate bathroom sink area, and kitchenette. The unit is stand alone.
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Treetops Treehouse is a part of Hana Lani Treehouses Maui, Hawaii

Treetops Treehouse - Hana Lani Treehouses Maui
This tree houses is in beautiful Maui, Hawaii near Hana. You will find a magical, romantic place here, three miles from Hana town. A spectacular ocean view overlooks a flower farm from the jungle treetops! Please use the map below to explore the possibilities that await you on our island paradise. These are real treehouses in a real jungle, and not for everyone.  Treetops is 800 square feet on three levels. Sleeps 2-3 people. The large master bedroom is completely screened in with an ocean view above the treetops. The kitchen and dining area are below on the jungle floor. A propane stove and barbeque pit for cooking with all utensils are included.  There is a small, quaint Hawaiian structure on the sundeck. A few feet away is another Hawaiian bamboo outhouse with a regular flush toilet and a hot water shower. NO electricity, lit at night by tiki torches and candles.
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Bali Hut Treehouse in Pahoa, Hawaii

Bali Hut Treehouse in Pahoa, Hawaii
The Bali Hut Treehouse in Pahoa is located in a tropical setting of a forrested Ohia Grove on a 1 acre Gated property in Leilani Estates on the Big Island of Hawaii. This treehouse is 10 feet off the ground puts the Balihut up in the tall Ohia trees and Tropical Vegetation. Pahoa and Puna are ecclectic and still has the old Hawaii Charm. Strictly off the tourist radar, this is one of Hawaii's best kept secrets. Abundant with attractions including volcanos, surfing beaches and hot ponds this is a must for the adventurer with an affordable budget. This is a hut in the trees, comfortable, clean and exotic. Complete Story



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