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A unique way to spend the night, tree house accommodation comes in many shapes and sizes. From simple rustic housing to all out luxury, staying in a tree house is as much about the experience as it is a good night's sleep.

  • Canopy Tree house, Reserva Amazonica

    Reserva Amazonica Lodge, Peru

    Spend a night in The Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica lodge's canopy tree house. Located in the southern Peruvian Amazon this accommodation offers utter seclusion and is one of the only places in the Amazon it is possible to do this. From the vantage point high in the canopy observe a range of wild animal species that are not usually visible from the ground, and listen to the amazing jungle sounds whilst unwinding at the relaxing Canopy Bar.

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  • Kwetsani Camp, Jao Concession

    Kwetsani, Botswana

    This classic Wilderness Safaris camp in the private Jao Concession of the Okavango Delta has rooms which are set up high amongst the trees and connected by wooden walkways through the canopy. This is a great area for bird watching and the waterbased activities of the Delta, boat trips and mokoros.

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  • Treehouse balcony, Tranquil Hideaway, Sultans Battery

    Tranquil Hideaway, Kerala, India

    Tranquil Hideaway in Kerala is a wonderful country retreat in the heart of a large coffee plantation. A firm favourite of ours, a warm welcome is guaranteed from the hosts, Victor and Jini, who manage the coffee plantation. The family occupy the main house while standard guest rooms are in a separate wing and two tree houses. The tree houses offer far-reaching views over the tree tops and surrounding countryside.

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  • Bathroom, Tsala Treetop Lodge

    Tsala Treetops, South Africa

    Located on the private Hunter Estate on the Garden Route between Plett and Knynsa, this luxurious Relais & Chateaux property has huge spacious suites that are set up high in the tree tops and connected by wooden walkways. Tsala Treetops truly is a wonderful place to relax and enjoy the views of the forest and hills, and is also a good base from which to explore this section of the Garden Route.

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  • Tree House with a private terrace overlooking the wilderness, Bandhavgarh

    Tree House Hideaway, Bandhavgarh NP, India

    Located in Ketkiya village this small camp consists of five exclusive tree houses that are spread around a dense jungle of 21 acres. Designed in a traditional jungle living and contemporary design, the tree houses are self-contained and furnished with understated accessories in natural earth tones. All tree houses have modern attached bathrooms with 24-hour hot and cold water and loungers on the balconies. The dining area is built around a huge Mahua tree on two levels.

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  • The Treehouse, Tongabezi

    Tongabezi Tree House, Livingstone, Zambia

    Tongabezi Lodge is located in a tranquil spot on the banks of the Zambezi River, close to Victoria Falls. The Tree House is one of their luxury houses - built around a huge, old riverine trees overlooking the river. Suspended over the river the lowest deck is taken up by an extensive bathroom with a large sunken bath.

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  • Mokolwane Camp, Xudum Concession

    Mokolwane, Botswana

    Mokolwane Camp overlooks the Matsibe River, deep in the western sector of the Okavango Delta. Charming in their simplicity, five comfortable tree houses are set amongst the deep shade of the fig trees, jackalberrys, wild mangosteens and ilala palms from which the camp takes its name. All have lovely views and offer ensuite showers with hot and cold running water and flushing loos, as well as mosquito nets over the beds.

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