If you’re looking for your next escape, then look no further than this dreamy tropical treehouse located in a Hawaiian jungle.
Created from bamboo and coming in at 15 feet high, this tropical haven most certainly has all the hallmarks of your next Instagram post.
Begin your adventure by following the red cinder path through the Fern Forest to your very own personal paradise.
At ground level you will encounter a hanging bed, suspended beneath the floor of your new living quarters or ascend to the trapdoor that gives you a 360 degree view of the sprawling jungle.
Inside the treehouse, generous windows and doors allow for natural sunlight to flood into the house, complementing bamboo fixtures and vintage 1970s wallpaper.
The tree house has several eco-friendly features including solar power, rainwater catchment, natural lighting, cork shower, bamboo constructed features such as cubby holes and hangers.
In the bathroom, naturally caught rainwater cascades from the large shower head above before disappearing into the floor boards below.
A sustainable cork board backs the shower and air plants intermittently grow throughout.
The hand-made rock sink in the corner make use of grey water eco-principles by allowing you to wash your hands with fresh water before it goes on to fill the bowl.
Plus, every night you sleep in the treehouse you are helping save the rainforest. A donation will be made via Cool Earth to protect 4 trees in Papua New Guinea.
That’s 3.5 tonnes of Co2 saved every night!
The Dreamy Tropical Tree House is bookable via Airbnb