Treehouses have always been the kind of stuff that has been the dream of many children. Kids that did not have treehouses when they were young, always dream about getting one for their children when they grow older. Thus, the popularity of Treehouses never fades away. While there are several treehouses that you could purchase, here are the Top 5 Treehouses that Gadling came across in a recent list post.
Parrot Nest Lodge, Belize
You could go ahead and spend an amazing night under the 100-foot guanacste tree in a thatched treehouse in Parrot Nest Lodge. The treehouses can be stayed at for a price of $40 a night for double occupancy.
Tree Houses of Hana, Maui
If you are a fan of the rolling oceans and the mountains that jut out of oceans, you would love the Tree Houses of Hana, Maui. Treetops, House of the August Moon and Pavillion come with ocean views and cost $120 per night.
The Aviary, Lenox, Massachusetts
The Aviary, Lenox, Massachusetts is not a typical treehouse and comes with two-level suite with a private covered terrace. The treehouse comes with living rooms, antique soaking tub, and a full entertainment system and costs $2,100 per night.
Tranquil Resort, Tropics
This tropical treehouse is located in South Asia, and could be a great place to experience the beauty of nature and also people who are untouched by civilization. The treehouses here come with king-sized beds, full baths, and a veranda.
Tree House Lodge, Limón, Costa Rica
Tree House Lodge, Limón, Costa Rica is a beautiful way to spend a few days. The treehouses here are located in Gandoca-Manzanillo Wildlife Refuge and feature solar heating, two bedrooms, a kitchen, and a shower.
These should bring back the child in you, which lurks in some corner of your mind!