Thursday, May 30, 2013

Nestled into a 600 acre plot in the rain forests of Costa Rica, Finca Bellavista is a pioneering, off-the-grid, self-sustaining tree house community. Founded by couple Erica and Matt Hogan back in 2006 as a way to save a large portion of rainforest, Finca Bellavista has transformed into an ever growing commune with 27 separate tree house style structures and more planned for construction.
With the nearest town being roughly 2 miles away, this unique village is set-up to survive without constant contact to the outside world. Featuring a community center, dinning hall, bathhouse, campfire ring, cafe, and even a wifi zone, Finca Bellavista has almost all the amenities one may need while living there. The tree-houses themselves are all unique and even have indoor plumbing thanks to a gravity fed water system and use of the natural mountain spring. While many residents have bought their tree-houses, others rent them out to visitors so they too can experience the beauty this community offers.

Check out this video of these amazing paradise homes:


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