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Town or City: Kahului
Hawaii
All Year: Yes
Area (ha):
Persons: 2
Category: Homestay
Host ID: 82728
Region: Hawaii
State: Hawaii

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We are a small family of three: Robert, Ivy and our threee year old son. We're looking for a free spirit to be our Beach Helper and also to help a little with cooking and cleaning. The Beach Helper's job is to help us during our trips to the beach. We often go to Little Beach here on Maui and could use help carrying our stuff to the beach and then playing with our son sometimes so we can have quality couple time. We mainly cook Asian food (Thai, Indian, and Filipino) so we could use some help with that. Our house is in a very safe and quiet neighborhood with a bus stop nearby and access to the main highways that go around Maui. We're 420 friendly and clothing optional.

We will provide a room and some board (breakfast). The household tasks are cleaning and cooking. We've also got boogie boards, surfboards, snorkel gear, etc. for you to borrow when you like. We like our helpers to stay 1 week but if we're all happy and you want to stay longer that's cool too. Aloha!

            



Town or City: Pahoa
Hawaii
All Year: Yes
Area (ha):
Persons: 5
Category: Non Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 87459
Region: Hawaii
State: Hawaii

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We are currently full. No tobacco, please. Also, some of the cabins have showers and flush toilets, some use a rudimentary composting toilet and the community shower has lots of hot water but it isn't fancy. There are chickens wandering around, and they poop. If you are looking for hotel conditions, this isn't it. If you are looking for a beautiful setting and some adventure and would like to learn something about plants and Hawaii, please come on board.

We have a ten acre property with Anthuriums, coffee, orchids and lots of fruit trees, located in the rural side of the Big Island, far from the tourist areas of the state. While the growing is not organic, we try to use as little chemical input as possible. It is a peaceful and safe place, We raise chicken, eggs, and are looking at raising catfish and tilapia. We have two acres of producing coffee and picking season has begun. There is a community garden that helps feed everyone, and how well it is working depends on who is here ... more inside

          



Town or City: Pahoa
Hawaii
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 4.5
Persons: 12
Category: Other
Host ID: 38237
Region: Hawaii
State: Hawaii

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We are an off grid yoga, meditation and ecological Center in Pahoa, Hawaii. We host spiritual retreats from all over the world and also operate as a Bed and Breakfast when we are not hosting groups. We rely on solar power for our energy (we have a generator for cloudy days) and rainwater (100% safely filtered) for drinking.

This is an incredible place on ten acres of organic fruit trees with views of the ocean and a wonderful place for inner and outer peace. We support individual, couples and group retreats from a variety of cultures and beliefs with the intent of supporting and helping others develop their own path.

You will be sleeping most likely in a cabin shared with one other volunteer with comfortable beds, fresh towels and bedding. There is free high speed satellite internet available, hot showers, flush toilets and shared fully equipped kitchen. You will be responsible for your own medical insurance. We offer daily yoga and meditation for our guests which is free fo... more inside

            



Town or City: South Kona
Hawaii
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 6.0
Persons: 3 or 2 or 1
Category: Other
Host ID: 26065
Region: Hawaii
State: Hawaii

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Aloha Helpers,
We will see what happens with this virus. Right now no helpers for a while. Mahalo
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The air quality is clean and clear, no vog! Blue skies and beautiful sunsets every night from our lani!

When making your airline reservations, please book your incoming flight to Kona arrive before 6pm as we are 40 miles from the airport. Mahalo for you consideration.

Aloha from the Big Island of Hawaii!! We are a big farm full of pets, and lots of love! We need a lot of help to get our farm looking good again. We appreciate people who love and care about the Aina (land), and who do not mind working hard and getting their hands dirty.

We have 12 acres of macadamia nuts and 2000 coffee trees, so most of the help will be needed to get those back in production. We also roast coffee for other farmers!

About the work:
- Simple garden maintenance - including raking and weeding
- Weed-wacking, sawing, leaf-blowing, and mowing
- Fertilizing
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Town or City: Pepeekeo
Hawaii
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 8
Persons: 2
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 99023
Region: Hawaii
State: Hawaii

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ALOHA!
We are a working organic farm producing Avocados, Rambutan, Banana, Citrus, Mango, and Lychee. We have a cafe attached to the property on a busy tourist scenic route where the majority of our produce goes.
We require 15 hours/week of work trade.
Your sleeping accommodations will be off grid, on an 8ftx8ft rudimentary covered tent platform. Please bring your own tent. There is a communal kitchen with propane, solar power, and a refrigerator. There is on demand hot water available too.
the wifi is spotty (so dont count on it), cell reception is good, and you will not have access to the washer and dryer.
Rides into town can be easily arranged for $5, and hitchhiking is common. We live just 30 min north of Hilo on the Big Island
ALOHA!

            



Town or City: Captain Cook
Hawaii
All Year: spring and summer opening
Area (ha): 5.36
Persons: 2
Category: Non Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 29419
Region: Hawaii
State: Hawaii

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Normally being in an isolated farm in not a good thing. But with the coronavirus in mind being in a beautiful isolated spot is not such a bad thing.
Normally, We are looking for a person to help with our shopping and deliveries and a person seriously interested in learning to cook professionally. We have several food businesses so it is important for us to have someone with a valid license and an excellent driving record to represent us. We are not looking for a short term helpers but for people interested in being in Hawaii for at least 3 months. You will receive housing and food. There may be one other helper but often you will have the lodgings to yourself so it is important that you are ok with alone time.If you are interested there is an opportunity to experience, first hand, the ups and downs about being a food entrepreneur and maintaining a small farm.

You will be living at our farm which is located in one of the most amazing parts of the Big Island, set in a lush tr... more inside

          



Town or City: Haleiwa
Hawaii
All Year: Yes
Area (ha):
Persons: 1
Category: Backpacker Hostel
Host ID: 91972
Region: Hawaii
State: Hawaii

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We are a family owned Backpackers on Oahu's North Shore near all the famous beaches/surf spots such as Bonzai Pipeline, Sunset Beach and Waimea Bay. This Hostel was founded by legend surfer Mark Foo and is a place that host world travellers and surf enthusiasts.

WE are in need of general maintenance person, some plumbing, carpentry , etc general. In exchange for private room across from the beach need from mid April onwards
Must have valid drivers license

WE OFFER FREE ACCOMODATION for a few hours of volunteering a day. Access to surfboards, snorkeling gear and body boards. There is a grocery within walking distance and bus stops for public transportion right in front of the hostel.And the beach is only 30 seconds away.

We are in need of different types of skill sets .


            



Town or City: Pahoa
Hawaii
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 4 Acres (Oceanfront)
Persons: 4-7
Category: Non Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 60023
Region: Hawaii
State: Hawaii

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Current opening from March through August 2020. Couples welcome. Come join us. Aloha


Tropical Paradise - Come be apart of our dream to live a sustainable, abundant and truly joyous life! We are seeking 1-6 adult individuals (prefer couples) who are honest, hard-working, healthy, happy, well-adjusted and physically strong to assist in the daily maintenance and improvement of our family farm. For 15 work trade hours per week per person over 3 days (8am - 1pm) in exchange for accommodation. Food is not provided, except for occasional home cooked meals and produce from the fruit trees and farm community garden .

We are a small off-grid family Farm located one block from the ocean on the Big Island (Opihikao area), which is one of the most tropical and abundant areas on the island. While fairly remote and buried in the jungle, everything you need is easily accessible, with swim spots, farmers markets and local stores within walking or short hitch hiking distance. We go i... more inside

          



Town or City: Hilo
Hawaii
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 9
Persons: 1
Category: Non Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 46245
Region: Hawaii
State: Hawaii

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This farm is a developing farm on the Awehi Stream in Hilo, Hawaii. It is 3.5 miles from Hilo town and is at 1500 foot elevation, so nights are cool! Bring a light jacket. During rainy season, you will need a rain coat. On clear days, views of Hilo bay are spectacular. The cabin is completely off grid and power is via solar. There is water catchment and a composting toilet. Cooking is done via a propane stove and oven. The rock wall enclosed shower is heated! Do not worry, we will teach you how to use everything! However, Wi-fi is NOT available.You will have to have your own cell plan that gives you wifi.
The work you will be doing is feeding animals, mulching, weeding, preparing garden beds, planting, painting and other light building activities and perhaps you can share your experience and knowledge to help us make the farm a healthy and happy place! We will supply all tools, gloves and materials. We ask for 15/hours a week. Minimum stay is two weeks. You will be responsible for ... more inside

      



Town or City: Haiku, MAUI
Hawaii
All Year: Yes
Area (ha):
Persons: 2 +
Category: Other
Host ID: 85161
Region: Hawaii
State: Hawaii

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A small family living off-grid, homesteading in the jungle for over 20 years. We thoroughly enjoy sharing our unique lifestyle with hardworking, kindhearted souls. Ideally looking for couples or individuals who may like to stay longer-term if it's a win-win for all. We live in a beautiful valley and neighborhood surrounded by natural pools and waterfalls. Truly old Hawaii ~

Please Note: We live in the jungle and there are bugs, mosquitos (use/bring natural repellent i.e. Citronella)... geckos and other friendly creatures as well as an occasional centipede or cockroach & there are spiders too. The area we live in is approximately 7 miles from Haiku town & 11 miles to the town of Paia. Hookipa, one of the worlds famous Windsurf Beaches is approx. 20 min. drive from the property. Nearest Bus stop is at the Haiku Community Center (off of Hana Hwy). Best to rent a vehicle for your visit as we are a bit further out & having the freedom to really explore our beautiful island is ide... more inside

        

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