Be a jungle VIP in one of these beautiful Tarzan and Jane-esque resorts. If you’re looking to get back to nature then enjoy browsing our favourite Treehouses for a Turquoise adventure that Mowgli would be proud of.
Located in northern Fiji, Matangi Private Island Resort is tucked away on the world-famous Horseshoe Bay. The treehouses here have magnificent views, relaxing day beds and Jacuzzis- the perfect romantic place to wind down after an active day of snorkelling, diving, hiking and sailing. We love Matangi for a real taste of the South Pacific- Fijian techniques are used in the Ocean Spa and make sure you indulge in the underground cooked local feast!
Tiny Tioman island on the east coast of Malaysia is a complete retreat from the outside world. Be Jane at Japamala and sleep amongst the trees in one of their 13 boutique suites. Wake up and jump in the emerald sea surrounding Tioman island, visit local villages and for avid divers, Japamala has the entire playground of a beautiful marine park.
For a contemporary and stylish take on the rustic treehouse, Post Ranch Inn offers treehouses with cosy fireplaces and inspiring vistas over the dramatic California coastline. Relax in the knowledge that the resort has been built with full respect for the environment, from the sustainable materials behind the design, to the friendly surrounding habitat for endangered species. This luxury retreat has exceptional creature comforts, and puts this stunning area of California at the top of its priority list.
This elegant lodge in Plettenburg is a wonderful antidote to those looking for a hideaway setting out of Cape Town. Relax in your stylish treetop suite surrounded by the canopy of the Tsitsikamma forest, or wonder over the elevated walkways to dine alfresco.
Kaikoura’s stunning rugged coastline is home to one of the best places in the world to swim with wild dolphins and spot whales. If this isn’t enough to draw you to the southern hemisphere, then perhaps a stay in your very own romantic treehouse between snow covered mountains and the wonders of the ocean will inspire the journey.
If you’ve ever wanted an absolute escape from reality, then the island of Sumba belongs is a rare and untouched jewel of the Indonesian archipelago. Stay here for a few nights and without a doubt, you will want to extend your stay. The Mamole Treehouse at Nihi Sumba is just one of their gorgeous accommodations, perfect for a large group who want to learn to surf, discover local culture and monkey around together in paradise.