A luxurious ‘glamping’ business is stirring controversy in Hawaii’s sleepy Waimanalo community, Hawaii News Now reported.
The outlet says Glamping Hawaii, which offers a “premium camping and event experience”, has been accused of illegally pitching tents within yards of homeless families at the county’s beach park. . This controversy comes just after the enactment of Bill 38, which bans most commercial activities like weddings and photo shoots from Waimanalo to Makapuu. Now the company – which is also run by a group of Californians who recently moved to Hawaii – is reportedly being investigated by the city of Honolulu.