'Consider a Tree House Honeymoon'
When you think of a honeymoon destination, you may picture a condo by the ocean, a luxurious hotel in an exciting city, or an expansive cruise ship, but have you ever heard of a tree house honeymoon? Today, many couples are traveling to beautiful places on earth to stay in an elaborate version of a tree house. Take a closer look at honeymoon tree houses and see why some couples are trying this exciting option.
Features of a Honeymoon Tree House
For many people, a tree house is a makeshift structure made with discarded boards. It's something kids build on the sturdy branches of an old tree so they have a place to go to get away from grown-ups. Well, the only similarity between a honeymoon tree house and a traditional tree house is that they are both surrounded by tree branches and/or treetops. Some honeymoon tree houses offer couples a refrigerator, comfortable furnishings, a microwave oven, and television. Other honeymoon tree houses take it up a notch by providing couples with access to things like a fireplace, a hot tub, and a 40-inch flat-screen TV. And, of course, there is the beautiful view from the windows or deck. Getting to a honeymoon tree house is part of the fun. In some cases, a couple must climb a collection of wooden steps to get to the structure. There are some honeymoon tree houses that can only be reached via swinging bridge. The combination of luxurious accommodations and a peaceful setting is appealing to many of today's newlyweds.
Why Choose a Tree House Honeymoon?
Brides and grooms have their own reasons for taking a honeymoon in a tree house. For example, some couples really enjoy the beauty of nature. They want to hear the birds and see a variety of wildlife while staying in this unique honeymoon spot. Other couples choose this option based on their shared history. A bride and groom may have grown up together in the same neighborhood. Perhaps they remember playing in a tree house as young kids, and therefore tree houses have special significance for the couple. Honeymoon tree houses can be found in England, Africa, the United States, and many other places throughout the world. A couple gets to enjoy the unique attributes of a tree house while taking in the sights and sounds of an unfamiliar country or city.
Things to Consider Before Embarking on a Tree House Honeymoon
It's a good idea for a couple to thoroughly research a tree house honeymoon in order to make the proper preparations. For instance, some tree houses are located high in the trees and are only accessible by a flight of wooden steps. Consequently, it's a good idea to avoid taking a lot of heavy suitcases that would need to be hauled up to the house. I suggest a few lightweight bags as an alternative. If a tree house is only accessible by hanging bridge, then it's a good idea to leave the rolling suitcases at home. In addition, couples should reserve a tree house several months before the wedding because these accommodations are in high demand.
Do you know any couples who are getting married soon? Suggest this non-traditional idea to them and see what they say. You may just provide them with the unique trip they're looking for. Thanks for reading!-Alan