Who hasn't dreamed of living in an awesome, tricked-out tree fort as a kid? I know I have, and even current me is buzzed at the sight of this B.C. treehouse. Leave the smog and city life behind this spring and head into the trees.
You and your friend or S/O can chill on this private island off B.C.'s Sunshine Coast, just a 40-minute ferry ride north from Vancouver. Adding to that sense of adventure, the island is only accessible by boat from the coast.
B.C. loves their treehouses, but few are as sustainable and in tune with nature as this one. You'll be feeling like a fancy Robinson Crusoe in no time.
This tree fort comes with out-door solar showers, composting toilets, and solar-powered charging/lighting stations to leave as little impact on nature as possible.
But just because you're off the grid doesn't mean you can't live in comfort. With a bed next to giant windows that look out on the sea, you'll have no shortage of scenery while staying cozy in bed.
And, if you somehow get tired of all that nature, you could even stay in and watch movies, powered by their solar charger.
The kitchen comes with all the tools to cook up delicious, healthy meals. And with a fully stocked pantry, you'll never go hungry here.
The sea’s not only pretty to look at either; paddleboards and kayaks are available to rent for $20 a pop.
However, the downside of living off the grid is we're not sure how friendly this place is for city slickers who can't live without wifi.
If you've ever wanted to spend the night in a treehouse, then this stunning spot has to be on your bucket list.
Who knows, after you spend a few nights here, you might build your own treehouse oasis and never come down.
Out There Treehouse
Price Per Night: Weeks $275, weekends $350 in April, May, September
Neighbourhood: Sunshine Coast, B.C.
Why You Need To Go: Leave the grid behind and embark on this island treehouse adventure.
These prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.