Hawaiian Jungle Hut

Apartment - Entire home/apt · Okika Ave, Keaau, HI 96749, United States

The Space

Hawaiian Jungle Hut is the ohana next to Hawaiian Jungle Hangout with a separate entrance. Rustic and cute, the hut is perfect for a couple or single guest who need a home base while exploring the island. Having it's own full bathroom, living room, inside washer and dryer, and kitchenette with tiki bar. The hut is also wireless and cable connected. No phone and no stove. There is a shared outside gas grill.
Three miles from the ocean, and a mile from the main highway, Hawaiian Jungle Hut offers easy access to eastside highlights--20 minutes from Ahalanui Beach Park (a naturally warmed 95 degree seawater pond), 35 minutes from Volcano National Park, 20 minutes from Hilo airport, 10 minutes from Keaau town, and 10 minutes from Pahoa Village.
Price reflects the total price with state tax and local transient taxes--%13.416--and entry/exit cleaning fee already included.

Room type: Entire home/apt
Bed type: Real Bed
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Extra people: $9 / night after the first guest
Minimum Stay: 3 nights
Weekly Price: $450 /week
Check In: 4:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM
Cancellation: Moderate

Overall Guest Satisfaction

Check In
  • I loved my stay at the Hawaiian Jungle Hut! Liz was a fantastic host, even though we never met face to face she was easily reachable and had tons of great ideas for my first time in Hawaii. The Hut was clean and well stocked, everything that you could need for a comfortable stay. It was a little off the beaten path but that is part of its charm, I loved the fact that all you could hear were the birds and frogs at night and Liz's directions to find it were right on the mark! I highly recommend the Hut and would definitely stay there again.
    Mahalo Liz!

    April 2014
  • The Jungle Hut is much bigger than the name implies. It is surrounded by a rainforest and you can hear the soothing sound (in my opinion) of frogs at night.
    Liz is an amazing resource in exploring the area and finding things to do that you won't find via (website hidden). I'd pay attention to her suggestions. We stayed at the Jungle Hut for 3 nights and enjoyed our time there. Thank you Liz.

    March 2014
  • It was a very relaxing and quiet stay at the Hawaiian Jungle Hut. It is about 30 mins. drive to Volcano National Park in Hilo. It was clean and tidy and very easy to check in and out. Liz was very informative about things to do around the area and mentioned places to eat and events that was going on. She was very helpful.

    March 2014
  • Great place, amazing yard with stunning Rainbow Eucalyptus and a variety of beautiful foiliage, and a big spacious place for the money. It's really in a convenient location not too far from Hilo, or the great restaurants in Pahoa, Even better than the place, Liz, the owner, is a treasure trove of information when it comes to things to do on the Island, she will send you an itinerary that lets you know everything you need to know or do on the Big Island.

    February 2014
  • Great little spot close enough to Hilo and to Volcano. Nice touch to leave wine and chocolates for our arrival. Would stay again. Thanks!

    February 2014
  • The place is great - a house hidden in the forest so that you can feel the atmospehere of the island. Close to the airport ;) Liz provided a lot of useful tips and advice via mail.

    February 2014
  • While we never met Liz, she was awesome!

    1) The place was even cooler than we expected!

    2) Her directions were awesome, and entry and exit was painless

    3) Her list of things to do was great! Especially her recommendation that we stay an extra night to catch the locals Wednesday night market. It was a blast!

    We would definitely stay here again!

    Thanks Liz!

    January 2014
  • Great stay. We explored the south east of the island from there, including the volcano park.. Location is convenient and the little town of pahoa - 5 min by car - has nice restaurants -extra good fish and chips - and supermarket.
    The hut was comfortable, with some snorkel equipment to borrow. Liz sent us 2 extensive emails with everything to see around. Was very good advice and helped us a lot.

    January 2014
  • Great place! The house is clean and beautiful. We spent three days there. The landlord is very kind and always reachable. I will choose this place if we will go to the Big Island in the future.

    January 2014
  • This is a grat accommodation. There are fruit trees in the back and I got Star Fruit, Oranges and Mandarin's every day. It is quiet and all we could hear is the chirping of the frogs at night. The house is well equipped neat and clean. A bottle of wine awaited us on arrival and some chocolate, there was salt and some basic condiments for cooking which was much appreciated, The only thing, you need a car to stay there, it is a bit off the beaten path.

    December 2013
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Since venturing to the Big Island 15 years ago, I've always been drawn to the volcano, warm springs, and rainforest. As a documentary photographer for over two decades, the 15 different microclimates delight in an ever changing offering of surreal landscapes, diversity of character and faces, exotic/colorful fauna, and island politics, gives a profuse array of visual opportunities and is a photographer's paradise. I feel fortunate to have a home located minutes from all my favorite sites and love having the opportunity to share the experience.
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