Surprising as it is, tree house lodges are becoming more and more common in the world, and are a welcome alternative to staying at a conventional hotel. There are more than three just in the United States, as well as other scattered around the world. The largest, Aria Amazon Towers, is of course in the Amazon Jungle in Brazil. If you truly want to escape from it all, and experience a unique lodging experience, this is the way to go.

With inspiration from legendary oceanographer Jacques Cousteau, Dr. Francisco Ritta Bernardinon built this unique resort in 1987, to bring tourists into the Amazon Jungle, in hopes of spreading the word about the importance of preserving this magnificent rain forest. Chosen by the Travel Channel as part of a 1000 places you need to go before you die, this is truly an Eco-friendly environment.

Perhaps you don’t have the money to go to the Amazon Jungle to visit this tree house paradise. That is all right, because chances are you if you live in the U.S., you live near a resort in the trees. One of the many here is the Out’n’About Treehouse Treesort of Cave Junction Oregon. This is the only Bed and Breakfast tree house hotel, and fun for the whole family. With accommodations from two to four or more, there are many different tree house bungalows to choose from, and these are really affordable, starting at just $130 per couple.

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