• Seattle, USA

    Located in a forest by the Raging River just outside Seattle, TreeHouse Point can be approached through a suspension bridge or a spiral, tree-hugging staircase. It is a wonderfully relaxing area with yoga and massage facilities and wide open grounds to explore.

  • Bangkok, Thailand

    An oasis of tranquil green amidst the bustling pace of Bangkok city, Bangkok Tree House offers outstanding views of the Chao Phraya River and the verdant greens that surround it. The lush emerald spot belies the fact that it is just 10 km away from Sukhumvit Road.

  • Emerald Coast, Nicaragua

    Tucked away in the middle of a stunningly lush tropical forest, the Aqua is one of those places where it is entirely possible to lose track of all time and spend weeks just drinking in the pristine beauty of everything that forms a natural border all around it.

  • Cairns, Australia

    The fact that each tree-suite here features Jacuzzis and canopy beds notwithstanding, the Daintree EcoLodge draws its considerable USP due to two key reasons – it offers Aboriginal-guided walks around the property and it is the ideal spot to explore the Great Barrier Reef.

  • Merano, Italy

    Not many people would think of building a huge terrace on a tree house resort but you can always trust Italians to take it a notch higher. The Baumhaus is built on a framework of fragrant pine trees and boasts of a menu that compares favourably with the best in the world.

  • Dordogne, France

    The name translates in English as ‘Castles In The Trees’ and the pointy towers that characterise each cottage more than live up to the name. The Chateaux is set amidst 25 acres of thick forest and green-carpet meadows that would you want to live there forever.

  • Plettenberg Bay, South Africa

    This lodge takes the concept of a treehouse and then puts a seriously luxurious spin on it. Infinity pools, heated floors, viewing decks that offer 360-degree sights, a liberally stocked wine cellar and aerial walkways that connect suites to common areas make Tsala a standout destination.

  • South Island, New Zealand

    On the one hand, there are certain points within Hapuku Lodge’s boundaries where you can sit back and while away the hours watching whales, dolphins and seals frolic in the water. ON the other hand, there is a sauna, rain shower heads and a spa. What’s not to love?

  • Victoria Falls, Zambia

    When the hardest decision you have to make is whether to have your dinner by the River Zambezi or at your own private terrace high up in the clouds, you know you have come to the right place in terms of rest and rejuvenation. Four-poster beds and a personal valet add to it all.

  • Chewton Glen, United Kingdom

    The staff to guest ratio here is 2:1 and that will give you an idea of the kind of pampering guests at Tree House Suites at Chewton Glen in Hampshire can expect. There is a nine-hole golf course here and all tree house suites are hidden from view in an unbelievably green valley.