We live on an 8 acres property on the North Shore of Maui.
Our community is supported by our road side fruit stand and permanent residents.
We love and respect the land we live on!
We have also work on protecting coconut palms and replanting as many coconut palms as possible to help save the planet 🌎
Pono is our mantra: do the right thing
Emma is running the community and everybody loves her!
Babysitting / child care
Cooking / shopping
Help in the house
Helping with Tourists
Your stay may consist of helping run and maintain our road side sugar cane shack and stand, gardening, land maintenance, care of the fruit orchards,cleaning, cooking, baby setting, all in a community living environment ....
Our main operation is running the fruit stand along the Hana Highway. The general land maintenance includes: cleaning, leaf blowing, cutting hau, mowing, weed eating, taking care of chickens and many other tasks to help keep our property beautiful!
We offer large 8 x 10 tents on a wooden platform covered by a canopy with electricity, mattress, and shelves inside. You will have this tent to yourself in our safe and private tropical paradise.
We have hot showers, toilets, outdoor community kitchen with an industrial fridge, stove, oven, blender.
We provide food for 3 meals a day.
There is volleyball, soccer, basketball, foosball, ping pong, board games, snorkel equipment, body boards available.
We can accommodate up to 13 volunteers.
Located on the north shore of Maui along the historical Hana Highway overlooking Waipio Bay.
Incredible views, 5 minutes from waterfalls, fresh water pools, and the bamboo forest.
A 20 minute drive to Hookipa Beach for the best windsurfing and surfing.
A 25 minute drive to the awesome town of Paia where there are restaurants, shops, grocery store, beaches.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
More than two
Volunteers will learn how to live in a community setting and how to run a fruit stand in the tropics. They will be trained on different duties depending on what their interests are. They will learn about Hawaiian culture and how to respect the local community!
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week