Hawaii December 16, 2018
The Hawaii Treehouse That Looks As Though It Was Ripped From The Pages Of A Storybook
With countless luxury resorts, bed and breakfasts, cottages, and cabins, you have your pick of accommodations on the Hawaiian Islands, whether you’re on vacation from the mainland or visiting from a neighboring island. But if you are searching for a unique experience, and perhaps a little romance, adventure or enchantment, this gorgeous treehouse rental listed on Airbnb fits the bill.
Tucked away in the rainforest on Hawaii Island just minutes away from Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, the Mokuna treehouse looks as though it has been created from your childhood dreams.
Found approximately 14 feet from the ground, this spacious and well-organized one bedroom studio is spacious will instantly make you feel right at home.
If you’re looking to truly get away from it all, you’ve come to the right place. Powered by solar energy and utilizing water catchment, this treehouse is as eco-friendly and off-the-grid as it gets. Guests won’t find wi-fi here and are encouraged to immerse themselves into a full nature retreat while detaching from technology.
Surrounded by the treetops of a rare and undisturbed Hawaiian rainforest with its Ohia trees, red flowers, ferns, and tropical plants, you’ll find stellar views throughout the property. After the sun has slipped far beyond the horizon, gaze up at the stars through the transparent roof and listen to the coqui frogs sing as you drift off to sleep.
With 14-foot ceilings, tons of natural lights, a comfy king-size bed, and wood floors, a modern concrete countertop, and plenty of natural materials used throughout, the Mokuna Treehouse is warm and inviting.
While you won’t be able to cook real meals in the kitchenette, you will find a sink, mini-fridge, and coffee maker. You’ll also find a small propane grill perfect for barbecuing on the lanai.
The spacious bathroom houses a large standing shower and a real toilet. A floor to ceiling window in the shower makes you feel as though you’re showering outside!
Sip your morning cup of coffee on the small lanai as you enjoy phenomenal views of the rainforest and garden…
…or spend your afternoon relaxing in the massive net that overhangs the main entrance of the treehouse, underneath the main living space.
Whether you’re looking to enjoy a romantic retreat with your significant other or hoping to find peace and recharge your soul in paradise as a solo traveler, the Mokuna Treehouse is an excellent — and affordable — option (the treehouse is listed for just $115 per night, a total steal for Hawaii).
For more information about this stunning treehouse and to book your stay,
click here. Have you ever stayed in a Hawaii treehouse? Share your experiences and opinions in the comments below.
And if you’re looking for a unique getaway on the island of Kauai, look no further than the
Waimea Plantation Cottages.