Hawaii’s Most Popular Airbnb Is A Dreamy Bamboo Treehouse
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Nope — it’s nestled in the wild Fern Forest on Hawaii’s Big Island, on the outskirts of the tropical jungle.
The tree house is perched atop 4.5-metre stilts, and features expansive windows, boasting a full 360-degree view of the jungle and streams of natural light.
Both the lodge’s façade and interior are a tribute to their surround, with bamboo walls and matching bamboo and jungle-inspired décor.
It’s the perfect balance of seclusion and luxury, enjoying the experience of true off-grid living without having to compromise any of the comforts of home. Natural lighting, solar power and rainwater catchment have been integrated into the treetop design, making it totally self-sufficient.
Possibly the greatest feature of the luxe jungle hideaway is the huge bed suspended from the deck – the perfect spot for a little kip in the sun.
Rates start at $260 per night. For more information or to book, check out the listing.
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