The “Dreamy Tropical Tree House” located on the island of Hawaii, has been saved to the Airbnb wish lists more than 66,000 times, and we can see why. The one-bedroom treehouse is the perfect getaway for anyone wishing to stay nestled deep within the Fern Forest and stay somewhere other than a hotel. Sitting 15 feet above the group, visitors to the treehouse get some of the best views while also enjoying the ultimate private experience.
Once inside, guests will be welcomed by massive windows and doors, meaning they have the perfect natural sunlight flooding in during their stay. With coffee and snacks stocked in the kitchen, it is hard to fault this ideal getaway experience. However, the real highlight comes in the bathroom. With floor-to-ceiling windows and a shower that uses “naturally caught rainwater,” you can become closer to your natural surroundings.
Of course, while out in nature, things are kept eco-friendly, and the toilet and handmade rock sink make use of gray water so you can wash your hands with fresh water. It may not be drinkable water, but that is not a problem since the host will provide you with enough bottled water during your stay.
For an off-the-grid escape, this treehouse is truly remarkable and an ideal location for adventurous people. With the entire place being run off of solar power, lights go off once the battery goes. That is never a worry because what is better than laying in the jungle under the Hawaiin stars?
At $300 a night, this could be all yours, and worth every penny since it is an experience you will never forget. Moreover, this Airbnb cost is also cheaper than a luxury hotel on the Big Island, so change things up a bit by sleeping out in the jungle instead.