Travel to Hawaii, San Francisco and Cornwall, United Kingdom and stay among nature - literally - in these beautiful and unique treehouse living spaces.

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Rainforest Tree House

Cooper, Alajuela, Costa Rica

The Tree House is hand-crafted, one of 3 casitas and 2 treehouses at the Bio Thermales natural resort organically integrated into our 35 acre rainforest. Guests enjoy free 24 hour access to the 12 natural hot and cool springs pools of various temperatures and rainforest trails. 45 minute drive from La Fortuna and Volcano Arenal, 3 hour drive from the SJO airport, 4 hour drive from Liberia airport.

Tree Sparrow House

Helston, Cornwall, United Kingdom

Perched in an ash tree with sweeping sea and countryside views, this tree house offers a cozy and unique holiday adventure. From a lofty position you can enjoy water views of Falmouth Bay and spectacular sunsets over the fields and orchards of Tregaminion. The beautiful beach of Porthallow is an easy, ten minute walk away.

Kealakekua Bay Bali Cottage

Captain Cook, HI, United States

This hidden jewel at Kealakekua Bay is the perfect honeymoon cottage. While a very private setting, it's only a short walk to nearby Manini Beach. Fall asleep listening to the nearby waves crash, and awaken to the sound of birds. Surrounded by tropical landscape and pond.

Redwood Treehouse Santa Cruz Mtns.

Watsonville, CA, United States

A magical Redwood Treehouse located it the beautiful Santa Cruz Mountains. Incredibly, there is a live tree growing through the main living area and another in the bathroom. Truly a unique experience.

The San Francisco Bay Treehouse

Burlingame, CA, United States

A little treehouse (now for grown ups) offers the best of both worlds… securely nestled above it all in a quiet, urban forested canyon with a beautiful view of the Bay - 20 minutes to San Francisco, close to SFO & train station & easy scenic drive to the Pacific Ocean & Silicon Valley.

Treehouse at Kilauea Volcano

Volcano, HI, United States

This treehouse is tucked away in the rainforest, less than five minutes from the entrance to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Spend hours in the upper canopy, amidst the honeycreepers flitting through lehua flowers, and soak under the stars winking through the leaves or in the volcano mist.