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Treehouse Living: Finca Bellavista, Costa Rica

  • Not far off the Pacific coast in the Costa Rican jungle, a community has taken to the trees to craft a new, sustainable life off the grid and away from urbanity.  Finca Bellavista is a community of long-term residents and travel guests housed in a network of tree houses built right into the rain forest canopy.  Perched above the forest floor, these tree houses are connected by zip lines and sky bridges, accessible by stairs and ladders from the ground level.  It’s the Swiss Family Robinson come alive, created by a duo of dreamers who had enough of on-grid living in the United States.

  • Founders Matthew and Erica Hogan created Finca Bellavista not as their own private escape, but as an evolving community that is continuing to attract traveling guests and established residents alike.  Plots are available for purchase in the community where new residents can craft their own tree houses and join the growing number of residents.  Visitors can choose from a number of existing rentals for short or long-term stays, perfect for those who need a temporary getaway from modernized life.

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