We are located approximately 7 miles from the nearest town of Pahoa; 7 miles from the geothermically heated hot ponds named Ahanalui; 7 miles from the black sands beach of Kehena and about 12 miles from the awesome wednesday night bazaar at Uncle Roberts on the edge of the volcanos destruction in Kaimu.
We don't have cell phone, television, or other technologies, however wifi is available if necessary. We hope you choose not to use it.
You can expect a lot of natural sounds to be heard including leaves dropping or the rain shower approaching. It is quiet here, get ready to hear beauty.
The local bus system only runs every couple of hours in this area and is a 2 mile distance to catch it. Lots of people still get around the island with hitch hiking. Although, you never know when a sudden small rain shower will occur!
We are unique here because we are as natural as you want to get, from the organic farming here to having the choice of being clothing free for your entire stay. WOW!
You will be leaving here relaxed if you allow yourself the pleasure!
Massages are also available in your cabin or can be scheduled off site.
Stay here and you could give this host their first review!
a decade ago, we bailed on the mainland and all its stress to buy a 70 acre farm on the Big Island near Pahoa. We are a gay owned and operated working farm located on the east side of the island of Hawaii, about 30 min south of Hilo on the Puna Coast, close to the quaint village of Pahoa.
We spend our days tending to gardens, the fruit orchards, maybe a day at the local black sand beach called Kehena, playing volleyball or just watching sunsets.
Our guests tend to be outdoor types who love to be in nature. We invite you up for coffee if you'd like or you can hang by yourself and we'll ignore you if that's what you want. Then you'll be in your own little paradise and only contacting us when you need info or want to chat.
A couple of mottos to live by include:
'Ua mau ke ea o ka'aina i ka pono o Hawaii' -- The life of the land in Hawaii is preserved in righteousness.
'Aloha mai no, aloha aku; o ka huhu ka mea e ola ' ole ai' ---When love is given, love should be returned; anger is the thing that gives no life.