You Need to Check Out This Tree House Hotel in Costa Rica’s Rainforest

It’s like all our Tarzan and Jane fantasies come true

For those who have always dreamed living a life up in the trees, swing right over here.

Adventurers and Tree House aficionados Erica and Matt Hogan have set up a tree house hotel in the midst of the Costa Rican rainforest. Housed within a tree settlement within the country two-thirds covered in rainforest, it’s the most idyllic and romantic getaway for any greenery lover.

Leave the hustle and the bustle (and the pollution and the pedestrians) of the big city, and explore some wildlife that can only be found in this small South American country.

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Erica and Matt originally bought the woodland because it was going to be cut down, and wanted to find a beautiful way to preserve it. They do so by keeping the forest in tact with regular visitors, and mindful eco-friendly treehouses that truly support and appreciate the natural surroundings.

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The entire tree settlement is made up cleverly designed tree houses. Each room is fitted with eco-friendly materials, and there is only electricity in the common areas (i.e. dining halls, baths, fire rings). Additionally, each room is fitted with insect screens to protect guests from nightly bugs and bites.

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To be fair, there isn’t much need for a TV when you can have Tree View. Visitors can gush over breathtaking views from their tree house hotel room, and even enjoy the hanging park for some more adventurous ways to see the forest.

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There are also cool water bodies nearby for when a shower won’t quite cut it, and when you just feel like truly diving into your bath.

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It’s dreamy and it’s romantic, and it’s really everything we always imagined true treehouse life to be like.

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Who’s coming?

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