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Rainforest tiny house with outdoor kitchen


This is a rainforest tiny house with a screened-in outdoor kitchen in Pepeekeo, Hawaii. When you first step in through the screen door, you’re in the outdoor kitchen/porch area. Pretty cool, don’t you think?

Step inside this simple little cabin to find a table, bunk beds, a sink, a toilet, and a shower. I bet something similar to this (with your own modifications) can be built pretty inexpensively. This particular tiny cabin, though, is a vacation unit in the rainforest and near Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and available to book via Glamping Hub. Take a look and let me know what you think of it below. How much do you think it would cost you in materials to build something similar to it?

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Rainforest tiny house near Hawaii Volcanoes National Park…🌋

Rainforest tiny house with screened-in outdoor kitchen in Pepeekeo

Image via Glamping Hub

Rainforest tiny house with screened-in outdoor kitchen in Pepeekeo

Image via Glamping Hub

Rainforest tiny house with screened-in outdoor kitchen in Pepeekeo

Image via Glamping Hub

Rainforest tiny house with screened-in outdoor kitchen in Pepeekeo

Image via Glamping Hub

Rainforest tiny house with screened-in outdoor kitchen in Pepeekeo

Image via Glamping Hub

Rainforest tiny house with screened-in outdoor kitchen in Pepeekeo

Image via Glamping Hub

Rainforest tiny house with screened-in outdoor kitchen in Pepeekeo

Image via Glamping Hub

Rainforest tiny house with screened-in outdoor kitchen in Pepeekeo

Image via Glamping Hub

Rainforest tiny house with screened-in outdoor kitchen in Pepeekeo

Image via Glamping Hub

Do you think you could build a tiny cabin like this?

Rainforest tiny house with screened-in outdoor kitchen in Pepeekeo

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If so, how long do you think it would take you to finish?

Rainforest tiny house with screened-in outdoor kitchen in Pepeekeo

Image via Glamping Hub

And how much do you think you’d spend on it?

Rainforest tiny house with screened-in outdoor kitchen in Pepeekeo

Image via Glamping Hub

Rainforest tiny house with screened-in outdoor kitchen in Pepeekeo

Image via Glamping Hub

Rainforest tiny house with screened-in outdoor kitchen in Pepeekeo

Image via Glamping Hub

Rainforest tiny house with screened-in outdoor kitchen in Pepeekeo

Image via Glamping Hub

How much does it cost to stay here?

It starts at $88.69 per night. The location is surrounded by rainforest and is near Volcanoes National Park. Yikes! Check availability here.

What do you think of it?

I know you probably don’t want to live in something like this full-time, but can you think of some ways that you can rearrange it into a way that would make it better? If you remove the bunk beds, you can almost turn this into a little Thoreau-like writing cabin, which I would love. It would make the perfect backyard office for me. 😊

How much do you think you can build something similar to it for?

Do you think you could build something kind of like it pretty quickly and inexpensively? If so, how long do you think it would take you and how much do you think you would end up spending on it? Just curious!🔨

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  • Avatar ALEXX June 9, 2019, 4:15 am

    I would definitely live here full time, all I would add would be somewhere to sit and watch the tube and a computer. I would also probably have an outdoor spa bath.
    When it comes down to it If you have few wants you need less, somewhere to cook and eat, sit, sleep,wash and deal with the other bodily needs.
    In a place like this you would spend most of your time in the outdoors anyway, I know I would.

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