South Point Banyan Tree House

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South Point Banyan Tree House

An off-the-beaten path property near the southern tip of the Big Island, about 90 minutes from either the Hilo or Keahole-Kona airports, this small house on stilts is embraced by the branches of a gigantic banyan tree. A charming vacation rental cottage, it's located in Waiohinu, a tiny town near Ka Lae (South Point), the southernmost point in the United States. The one-bedroom cottage has its own private bathroom, full kitchen, satellite TV, VCR, washer/dryer, ceiling fans and a whirlpool tub on a wraparound treetop deck. Sunny skylights, tropical-print furnishings and profuse gardens brighten up the space even further. Guests have access to an outdoor barbecue grill. Nearby attractions include green, black and white sand beaches; snorkeling with gentle sea turtles at Punaluu; and the active volcanoes and myriad hiking trails of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Wi-Fi internet access is available.

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Pinao St. (Hwy. 11) Naalehu HI 96772 U.S.


715-355-0244 Hotel’s Website

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