We already reported that you can sleep in a tree (hotel) in Sweden, but you can also do it in a warmer climate, i.e. the Galapagos Islands, according to Jessica Festa of Gadling. More specifically, you can sleep in a Ceibo tree on San Cristobal, one of the islands in the famed archipelago of biodiversity.
Ceibo trees are perfect for treehouses, as they can get pretty enormous with age. This particular one in San Cristobal is 300 years big at almost 5 stories high, making it tall and strong enough for the cabins, bar, and restaurant — collectively known aptly as “El Ceibo” in the El Progreso neighborhood. And at $20/night, the idea of sleeping in a tree is not only a novelty, but an affordable one at that.