Seemingly suspended and offering 2 floors, the 7 Tree Pool Houses at Keemala are inspired by the creative lives of the We-ha Clan who built their homes elevated from the ground in order to obtain better creativity and liberty. These spacious tree houses are complete with a private pool, upper level master bedroom, a large lounge and dining area on the lower level, a spacious bathroom with monsoon shower, outside shower, guest washroom and a stand-alone bathtub. The interiors incorporate suspended furniture and cocoon like beds and loungers. The tree houses offer rainforest and resort views and are 169 m² including pool and upper outdoor relaxation space.
Chewton Glen treehouses are ideal for pre-wedding pampering and some seriously relaxing time with your besties! You can rent your very own treehouse with two spacious suites where you will really have space to stretch and host an intimate party. You will be surrounded with a misty forest and have hot tubs on terraces and the food will be arriving in hamper boxes directly to your kitchen. The spa is a short stroll away, so enjoy a pleasant massage the day after the party.
Tucked in the lush Daintree Rainforest, the Silky Oaks Lodge is an oasis of luxury in the beautiful wilderness of the Tropical North Queensland. There are four lavish eco treehouses to choose from, the menus showcase the very best of local tropical produce and the Healing Waters Spa uses the Mossman River waters and has been inspired by ancient wisdom. It is hard to find a better place in Queensland to reboot after the big day.
Costa Rica’s picturesque jungles are home to some of world’s best eco retreats, and if you want an authentic treehouse experience, then this is the destination you are looking for! From low budget to high end luxury, there is a myriad of choices, but Finca Bellavista is special because it is world’s first treehouse project created to preserve the environment. The nature here is pure and unspoilt, so you will discover all the beauties of the magnificent rainforest.
Perched above the Zambezi River, Tongabezi Lodge can accommodate up to five people and it is perfect for an intimate celebration. The ambience is surreal and the food is extraordinary! You can dine at your private deck, have your food served at the pop-up sand bar or enjoy a floating dinner on a boat. Inclusive activities are a big bonus and our favourite ones are visits to the Victoria Falls which are one of the seven world’s wonders and safari drives!
When you climb up your exclusive Primland treehouse in the scenic Meadows of Dan in Virginia, USA, you will feel like you escaped from the civilisation. The treehouses are perched on the edge of a mountain and overlook the breath-taking Kibler Valley and North Carolina piedmont. Suites are luxurious, decks are spacious and views are sublime! The menus are focused on organic and sustainable ingredients and the resort spa uses only organic products.
Or maybe you would like a treehouse with expansive ocean views even more? You can find one in Guerrero on Mexico’s Pacific coast! The Playa Viva treehouses are raised above the ground and equipped with comfy beds, lounge areas and hammocks. You will be surrounded by lush greenery and looking directly into the ocean waves crashing against the shore. This is the ultimate retreat for hens who love yoga, meditation and healthy food. Here, you can indulge organic produce harvested in resort’s private garden and enjoy a massages, facials and scrubs made from natural, locally sourced ingredients.
Plettenberg Bay near Cape Town is home to the last indigenous forest in South Africa and has some of the best beaches on the famed Garden Route. Go there if you are a nature lover because there is plenty to see including the whales, dolphins, sharks and seals, the stunning free-flight bird sanctuary, the famed Monkeyland, intriguing lagoons and striking cliffs. Tsala Treetop Lodge hidden amongst the ancient trees is the perfect base for exploring the area because it is designed to give you awe-inspiring views.
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