Go Off the Grid in Hawaii’s Most Sought-After Airbnb

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Many of you will remember playing in tree houses as kids, but you probably haven’t seen one like this.

The bamboo tree house is the most wished-for Airbnb in Hawaii. According to Time Money, more than 37,200 people have put the listing on their most-wished-for list, and more than 500 people viewed it in just one week. The off-the-grid, luxury tree house is located in Fern Forest on the Big Island, and it is quite a sight to behold. Found at the end of a red cinder path in the forest, the bamboo tree house sits 15 feet above the forest floor.
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The ground level features a hanging bed suspended beneath the house. Climbing the ladder stairs gains you access to the bedroom, bathroom, and wraparound porch, which grants you a 360-degree view of your surroundings. Walk through the sliding glass doors to get to the bedroom.
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The clean, minimally decorated interior seems super relaxing. Feeling stressed? Just chill out and listen to the gramophone while you kick back with a book and stare out at the jungle. No biggie.
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The tree house could be yours for a mere $200/night. That’s cheaper than a mid-range hotel in New York. We say go for it. Not yet convinced? Check out the photos below. Rather watch a video? Scroll to the end.

The tree house’s running water comes from rainwater collected on the roof. How sustainable!

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Floor-to-ceiling windows offer an indoor-outdoor experience, even in the bathroom!

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The bedroom features 70s wallpaper behind the bed for a retro feel.

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Sliding glass doors provide access from the bedroom to the wraparound lanai and offer an unobstructed, breathtaking view.

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Ladder stairs provide access to the second floor of the tree house. Don’t worry, there’s a pulley system for your luggage.

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The tree house isn’t sprawling, but guests don’t need to worry about storage during their stay. Guests are treated to full access, including all closets.

airbnb tree house

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What do you think of the most sought-after Airbnb tree house in Hawaii? Could you go off the grid in the jungle? Make sure you SHARE these photos with an adventurous friend!
(H/T Time Money)
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