Luxurious Home with Jungle Ravine and Ocean Views, Haiku, Hawaii

$350 - $400 Daily
Rental PID: #25995 Baths: 1 Beds: 2 Sleeps: 4

Description

Tucked away in the jungle, yet walking distance to an outdoor cafe and shops, Hale Pali Ku is truly unique. Perched above a jungle ravine that meets the ocean a half mile away in a secret bay for picnics, only five minutes drive to the ocean, and ten minutes to the famous "Ho'okipa" beach and the beach town of Paia.

Features Description

This 1,600 sq ft. second level suite offers a lofted bedroom and a master bedroom that has a built in bed nook with a stained glass window. Seamless boundaries are created throughout, as the carved teak wall slides open between the master bedroom and living room. Similarly, custom accordion glass doors slide open to create a 16 ft. opening between the living room and 600 ft. lanai. Once on the lanai, lounge on the custom Balinese dining platform and gaze over the hot tub and jungle to see ships pass in the distance and whales jump! Three stained glass windows, seven carved Balinese doors, a carved marble outdoor shower, Moroccan lighting, hardwood throughout, all windows custom milled with mitered glass corners, copper sink, and art built into each nook and cranny. Connect with nature in a way you've only dreamed in our outdoor shower. Refresh your skin under a cascade of hot water while a whisper of breeze caresses you.

Surrounding Description

Vegetable garden for guest use - Select vegetables from the Organic Garden. Because we grow much of the food we eat at Hale Pali Ku, we show our gratitude for Mother Nature's gifts by giving back. While our kitchen is outfitted with top-of-the-line stainless steel refrigerator/freezer and full-size gas stove, we remain eco-friendly by not utilizing a disposal or dishwasher. Instead we make compost from our organic waste to nourish our garden and employ a deep copper sink to wash dishes.

Nearby Attractions Description

Maui truly offers a host of activities of varying taste that earns it the name of the ‘dream islands’. There are a range of things to do-surfing, snorkeling, kayaking, biking down the volcano, wind surfing, whale watching, scuba diving, sailing, fishing, golfing, tennis, hiking, visit historic sites, take a helicopter tour or shop till you drop. The list of things to do on the Island of Maui is endless!
 

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