Who said treehouses were just for kids? This bohemian haven sits at the foot of El Yunque National Forest and features artisan-crafted wooden huts with balconies, each sleeping two people. The treehouses have their own private bathroom and fully equipped kitchenette. Other amenities include housekeeping, mini bar, French press, and more. Staying at Yuquiyú promises a complete nature immersion, with waterfalls, hiking trails, and striking views of the rainforest.
Near this outdoor sanctuary are some of the most beautiful beaches on the east coast of the island, one of Puerto Rico’s bioluminescent bays and many restaurants and chinchorros serving fresh seafood, traditional Puerto Rican fritters, cold beers, and cocktails.
Rincón Tree House
A kid-friendly surf-retreat in the western town of Rincón, these treehouses can fit up to three people and are rented by the bed — not the whole unit. Visitors have the chance to take surf and yoga lessons as they adopt the laid-back lifestyle of this sunny, scenic town. The stylish huts have an indoor half bathroom and a rustic outdoor shower. There are safes available to store your belongings, as well as board games and Wi-Fi (so you’re not totally unplugged even though you’re staying outdoors).
Glampers are encouraged to make use of the many hammocks around the property as well as the fire pit. The tree houses offer the perfect setting to unleash your inner beach bum and bask in the beauty of the island’s most dazzling sunsets.