At Hi Honey Farm, our 'AirBeesN'Bed' provides a safe and comfortable space to experience the therapeutic benefits of sleeping on a beehive. The bees underneath the bed are active and calm, and their gentle vibrations help soothe your body and mind, allowing you to relax and experience deep, restorative sleep.

Our hexagonal hive is made of untreated natural wood, ensuring that you are not exposed to any harmful chemicals or materials. You can breathe easy knowing that our 'AirBeesN'Bed' provides a healthy and natural sleeping environment that promotes overall wellness.

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About Sleeping on Beehives

  • History of Sleeping on Beehives

    Humans have been sleeping on beehives for thousands of years, dating back to ancient Greece. It was believed that the vibration caused by the bees' flight leads to the ionization of the air, which has a positive effect on the human body. The Greeks believed that the humming and buzzing sounds produced by the bees during flight helped to calm the mind and induce sleep.

  • The Benefits

    Experience the healing power of nature when you sleep on a beehive. The vibrations from the bees have been known to help reduce stress and anxiety, promote better sleep, and relieve pain. The bee's honey, wax, and propolis contain a wide range of natural antibiotics, anti-inflammatory, and anti-fungal properties. These natural substances can help improve overall health, boost the immune system, and even provide relief for asthma and allergies.

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Ready to experience the natural healing power of bees? Book your stay at Hi Honey Farm's 'AirBeesN'Bed' and discover the therapeutic benefits of sleeping on a beehive.

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Address: 66-1128 Kaukonahua Rd, Waialua, HI 96712

We're located at the end of 'Snake Road' near 'Thompson Corner.'

Please call us when you arrive to the big yellow gate. It'll be next to the fruit and farm stand parking lot.

We'll open the gate for you and you call drive straight for 100 feet where you can park on the left next to the Bee Bus.

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