The house, alternatively called the Secluded Intown Treehouse, isn’t really a singular dwelling, but more of a network of rope bridges and rooms. It consists of three separate rooms, all of which have their own themes and respective ambiances. Bahouth told Today.com that people do often return from the treehouse feeling great: “I didn’t really know how I would feel about having people stay out here... But I began to realize that people were having these amazing, great experiences and it was meaningful (to them), and it therefore became meaningful for me.”
Bahouth, an environmental activist and former executive director of Greenpeace, offers a private tour for every renter, so you can acclimate yourself to the listing's wild and ornate aesthetics. Unsurprisingly, the Airbnb hosts a maximum of two guests and costs $375 a night. It’s booked solid until May 2018, though, so refer to your calendar accordingly, and maybe read up on the Swiss Family Robinson.