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Tsala Treetop Lodge, South Africa
Each treetop suite at Tsala features a private infinity pool. There are also daytime trips to elephant, monkey and wild cat sanctuaries--should you want to leave your private infinity pool, that is. ($300 per person)
Bangkok Tree House, Thailand
Extreme nature lovers, rejoice. At this Bangkok getaway, you can stay in the View With a Room, a roofless treehouse designed for sleeping under the stars. We hope the rate includes bug spray. ($244 per night)
Hapuku Lodge & Tree Houses, New Zealand
With views of Kaikoura's mountains and the Pacific coastline, the Hapuku Lodge treehouses promise dramatic appeal. ($740 per night for two, $1,015 per night for family treehouse)
Post Ranch Inn, California
If sleeping in a tree seems, well, dirty, check out the super-modern rooms at Post Ranch Inn in Big Sur. Just make sure to leave the kids at home--the minimum age for guests is 18. (Starting at $675 per night)
The Tranquil Estate, India
The Tranquil Estate in Kerala, India, sits 35 feet skyward on a private 400-acre coffee and vanilla plantation. Yes, that smells as good as you think it does. (Starting at $190 per night)
Ariaú Amazon Towers Hotel, Brazil
With over six miles of treetop canopy walkways, the Ariaú Amazon Towers Hotel makes venturing through the jungle as easy as leaving your hotel room. The lodge also organizes swimming excursions (with dolphins!) and fishing trips (with piranhas!). (Three-day packages starting at $1,500)
Don’t you just hate trekking out to see wildlife? This African treehouse in Zambia is visited frequently by monkeys and occasionally by rhinos and elephants. You can also easily get to nearby Victoria Falls or go on daytime game drives and bush walks. (Starting at $450 per night per person)
Tree House Lodge, Costa Rica
Get your own bilevel cottage treehouse at this 10-acre beachfront property on Costa Rica's Caribbean coast. ($2,476 per night for two people)
The whole Swiss Family Robinson thing feels a little claustrophobic. (Stranded on a deserted island with nobody but your blood relations? No thanks.) But vacationing in a treehouse? Talk about the views! The warm breezes! The proximity to monkeys!
And luckily, there's now a slew of hotels and temporary rentals that cater to arboreal-loving travelers.
Check out our slideshow of crazy-cool treehouses you can actually stay in, from luxury tree hotels to exotic rustic bungalows.
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