Remember when wanting a treehouse for your birthday was at the top of your wish list? The Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve can make that a luxurious reality. Waking up to the landscape of the rainforest in a cozy nature-immersed room is bound to beat your inner child’s dreams - and prove to be your most adventurous birthday yet.
Located in the Chilean Patagonian Rainforest, each of their lodgings mimics and mirrors an aspect of nature while artfully merging fantasy with rainforest conservation. Adventurers and nature enthusiasts, this is your #BirthdayBucketList to beat!
Photography by The Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve
The Magic Mountain Treehouse
Nestling into the Magic Mountain Hotel means stepping into nature - quite literally. The Magic Mountain Hotel is a volcano with a streaming waterfall trickling down its side that seamlessly blends into its surroundings. If volcano doesn’t already speak to your adventurous heart, you can get to your quaint wooden room immersed in views of the forest via a suspension bridge.
The Funghi Kingdom reigns supreme with a harmonious balance of nature and modern accents. Built as a spherical dome inspired by the mushroom, its panoramic views of the forest look pretty good to wake up to another year with.
Nothofagus Hotel & Spa
If you are looking for the heart of the rainforest, it can be found at the Nothofagus Hotel. A grander force of nature if you will, with wooden twists, turns and crevices throughout the lodging. You may or may not consider moving to the expansive and breathtaking forest after entering the Nothofagus Hotel and checking into their spa. Don’t say we didn’t warn you!
The Biological Reserve
The Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve stays committed to conserving the Chilean Patagonian Rainforest while also providing sustainable tourism without compromising charm. Outdoor activities, cultural tours and local culture immersion programs can all widen your scope of their conservation practices far past nature’s views from your bed. Hint: bring a crew that loves river rafting!
Venue + Photography: The Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve