Forget sleeping like a baby — how about sleeping like a bird?
Located in the mountainous section of the central coast of California known as Big Sur lies the Treebones Resort, an ecofriendly destination spot that is best known for its insanely cool and Instagrammable human nest. The unique spin on traditional camping was designed by Big Sur resident Jayson Fann and serves as a functional art piece that allows guests to interact and become one with nature in an entirely new way.
Guests climb a ladder into the incredible sculpture made of eucalyptus branches that comes equipped with a full-size futon pad. A picnic table and outdoor cook station sit nearby, with restrooms and access to water only a quick walk away. Treebones suggests guests who sleep in the nest bring pillows, sleeping bags, a flashlight, and anything else they may need, and it also recommends pitching a tent nearby in case of strong wind or rain.
Prices begin at $175 a night for two adult guests staying for a minimum of two nights, and this venture should be booked ASAP, as reservations fill fast for this hidden gem that every traveler to California needs to keep on their radar.