Airbnb owes part of its magic to the sheer variety of options the online rental marketplace has to offer. Just as you could hypothetically eat pizza in a Ninja Turtles-themed urban lair, you can also go full Swiss Family Robinson in a gorgeous, labyrinthine tree house nestled in Atlanta’s suburban forest. But if you’re more inclined to hunt down tropical surroundings, you might try to book a spot in Hawaii’s most popular Airbnb, which practically sits on the outskirts of a jungle.
Covered in bamboo branches, the $200-a-night listing is currently on the wish-lists of 37,200 people. Hidden in the wilds of Fern Forest on the Big Island of Hawaii, the treehouse is affixed to 15-foot stilts, and boasts 360-degree views into the surrounding jungles. There’s also a bed hanging from the house, which can’t be a bad option for a mid-afternoon nap in the sun.