Mahi Oli'Oli

Mahi Oli'Oli


Located on the pristine and tropical Puna coast of the Big Island, Mahi Oli’Oli is a garden retreat. The lush, verdant district of Puna provides the idyllic setting for this unique botanical delight and a peaceful refuge from life’s hustle and bustle. Nestled on six acres of native forest and landscaped hillside, the cottage faces east commanding a panoramic view of the Pacific Ocean.

Enjoy a week in our contemporary version of a Bali Temple perched on the edge of an old lava flow situated on six acres of tropical privacy beautifully landscaped with legacy trees: six varieties of palms, an Australian flame tree (a special treat for August visitors), native ohias and halas, trees sacred to the Hawaiians.

Mahi is Hawaiian for farm or a placing of growing and making. Oli means pleasure. Say something twice in Hawaiian, and you indicate and so much more. Mahi Oli’Oli translates as the place of making abundant pleasure.

Located 21 miles south of Hilo Airport in the Puna district, is a special place for the fun and play of vacation, the rest and reflection of retreat, the joy and love of a special ceremony, and the sacred energy for a personal journey. It is the starting point and end place for adventuring, discovering, exploring inner life as well as the life of the Big Island of Hawaii.

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  • 415-948-1636
  • 13-653 Pohoiki Road
    Pahoa, Hawaii 96778
    United States


Rates: $120/night; $720/week; $2500/month (Nov-May); $115/night (May-Oct)

Directory Discount Offered: 15%

Owners: Gay (Men)

Your Host(s): Andy & Bob

Clientele: All welcome

Amenities: Private Bath, No Smoking Rooms Available, Kitchen / Kitchenette, No Pets, Child Friendly, Partial Handicap Access

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Andy C.
 Honeymoon couple from Montreal, 05-09-2011 11:30AM

By: Andy C.

My husband and I honeymooned at Mahi Oli'Oli for 2 weeks in January of 2011. I feel like there are no words that could accurately describe what a magical place it is - it is truly paradise. The pictures shown on the website are really nice, but no picture could ever do it justice. Andy & Bob really have thought of everything. There are tons of books about the island, and there is a binder full of info on all of the local attractions, restaurants, beaches, etc. The kitchen has everything you could possibly need, and there are plenty of bath and beach towels. We were there for 2 weeks, and there was not one thing we ever had to go out and buy. There is only one neighboring house that you can see from one of the kitchen windows, but besides that you are totally alone in the most beautiful little house nestled in the rain forest. When we went in to town for groceries or dinner, the locals were always very friendly and helpful. Pahoa is not a tourist-y place at all, it's so quaint! C.White

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