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BRANCHING OUT
Your next holiday: a treehouse

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Mankind came from trees and now we’re returning to them

Gone are the days when hideaways in treetops were for children only. Now tourists vacationing in forests will find tailor-timbered restaurants and designer hotels in the branches of huge trees. But as with most other types of trips, treehousing doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg; it can also be enjoyed at a budget level, where you carry the accommodation on your back.

New Zealand

The Redwoods Treehouse in Warkworth has space, and cocktail-hour facilities, for up to 50 guests.

redwoodstreehouse.co.nz

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© Photo: Redwoodstreehouse

California

This treehouse in Venice Beach is accessible to the open air and the creatures who dwell therein.

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© Photo: Benjamin Ariff

Anywhere

The Tentsile Tree Tent hovers between trees and makes you feel like you’re sleeping in a UFO.

tentsile.com

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© Photo: Tentsile 

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