Aloha from Skye’s Treehouses!

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 —  All Treehouse Photos are by Jon Mikan, ©2017 www.mikanphotography.com

Call Skye in Hawaii at 808-936-9392

Click to contact Skye for Inquiries and Reservations!

Guests Reviews (leave one or read some!)


ANIMAL PLANET will feature Skye and his amazing Hawaii Treehouses in an upcoming Episode in August!  

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Episode # 710 –  Hawaiian Island Treehouse Adventure!
August 17th at 8PM Eastern Standard Time…

Check the Animal Planet TV Schedule Here…

(This is a 2-hour episode because it is our Season Premiere!!)
Check your local listings for AnimalPlanet.com/Treehouse…

Are you ready for a rare opportunity to visit and sleep in a living, environmental sculpture?

Located on the Big Island of Hawaii right near the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, see our photos above from Treehouse #1, a genuine treehouse,  built 20-feet up, integrated into 5 living ohia trees and hidden away on four quiet acres of pristine, native Hawaiian rain forest!

This world-class treehouse has huge windows and decks all around for spectacular 360-degree nature viewing. Commune with birds and other tree creatures on their level. If you want to be outdoors, a unique skywalk and deck stretches out into a forest canopy of giant tree ferns.

A second genuine hand built Treehouse #2 nearby is just as exciting with its own special personality and beauty for any couple or family to enjoy.

Voted 2018 in America’s Coolest Treehouses on AMG Parade.com!


Reservations

Rates:

Treehouse #1 –  $350 per night (2-night minimum) – double occupancy.

Treehouse #2 – $275 per night (2-night minimum) – double occupancy.

Additional $25 per night per extra person fee (beyond double occupancy).

There is a $75 cleaning fee for all reservations.

Price includes coffee, teas, creamer and sugar.

6 person maximum per Treehouse. Children must be at least age 6.



Inquiries & Reservations

* Contact Skye by email
for reservation and payment information.

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Treehouse #1: Booking Calendars

* View Calendar for Treehouse #1


Treehouse #2: Booking Calendars

* View Calendar for Treehouse #2


Recent Guest Review (June 2018):

Skye’s treehouse is incredible. It combines impressive sustainable engineering with a wonderful eye for artistry and whimsey. It is nestled among lush vegetation, so inside or outside, it is a true feast for the eyes. The kitchen is beautiful and well stocked. The main bedroom is like something from Swiss Robinson, while there are lots of other sleeping options. We had two families of three stay there, and we were very comfortable. The air circulated at night perfectly, keeping us cool and refreshed without the need for air conditioning. And we had a great dinner in town down the road at the edge of the national park. We could have happily stayed there much longer. It was perfect.

It was sad to learn that so many folks have have found the recent uptick in volcanic activity a reason to cancel their stays on the big island. We were right at the edge of the park in the treehouse, and we were as safe and comfortable as could be. The air was bright and clear, the roads and stores were filled with relaxed people going about their business, and we even got to drive through the park to a hiking area on the one-third of it that remains open. We learned that one of the big reasons the park is closed is that so many water lines have sustained damage, thus making it hard for the park to adequately host the typical crowds. The closure turned out to have very little to do with the actual threats from lava or ash, or even from significant earthquakes. We ended up having to travel 70 miles by boat from Hilo (which is already about 25 miles from the treehouse) just to try to glimpse lava. We are so glad we went, and we felt safe and comfortable throughout.

The treehouse is a real opportunity to enjoy nature in true style. Highly, highly recommended.

Submitted Jun 14, 2018 by Shana W. from Chicago — 5 stars!

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Photos by Jon Mikan, ©2017 www.mikanphotography.com
Design and Music by David Elias, www.davidelias.com
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