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    Tree Hotel, Sweden © Emma Tagg
    Some of the world’s most beautiful destinations are best seen from above. From the wintery pine forests of Sweden to the white-sand beaches of Australia, these unique treetop hotels take hospitality to new heights and allow guests to see the world from a new perspective.
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    © Emma Tagg
    For a truly unique accommodation experience, stay in an eclectic, custom-designed eco-tree house at Tree Hotel in Harads, Sweden. Sleep among the pines in a Mirror Cube, a Bird’s Nest or a UFO, relax in a treetop sauna and zip line over Swedish Lapland.
  • Tsala
    © Emma Tagg
    Situated high in the treetops in South Africa in the heart of the Garden Route is Tsala Treetop Lodge in Piettenberg Bay. Guestrooms offer breathtaking views, spa bathrooms, fireplaces and infinity pools, and the lodge offers dining on a deck suspended above the forest floor.
  • Silky Oaks Lodge
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    Stay in one of the world’s most ancient rainforests at Silky Oaks Lodge in Mossman, Australia. Located along the Mossman River, Daintree Rainforest and Great Barrier Reef, the lodge offers rainforest walks, crystal-clear waterholes and a beautiful beach.
  • Keemala
    © Emma Tagg
    Built on stilts in the heart of the jungle outside of Phuket, Thailand, is Keemala, a unique lodge offering Bird’s Nest treehouses. The unique villas are nestled amid an evergreen oasis, featuring monsoon showers, infinity pools and stand-alone bathtubs, all offering views of the lush forest below.
  • Azulik
    © Emma Tagg
    Swing above the turquoise sea of Tulum, Mexico, at Azulik, an eco-resort and spa. The wooden-crafted treetop abodes offer stunning water views from decks complete with a swing and Balinese bed, and the resort’s Kin Toh restaurant hovers 40 feet above the Mayan jungle.
  • Eureka Springs
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    For a secluded romantic getaway, book a stay at the Eureka Springs Treehouses in Arkansas. These quirky rooms are held up by cedar logs, surrounded by lush greenery and themed to destinations around the world including Venice, New York, Santa Fe and Paris.
  • Japamala
    © Emma Tagg
    At Japamala Resort on Malaysia’s Tioman Island, you’ll find yourself tucked into palm forests, looking down over a picturesque, private beach. The boutique resort offers two restaurants, a full-service spa and is nearby to the Asah Waterfall and Tioman Marine Park.
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