Since Glamping, a new way to enjoy the camping experience with some extra comfort has exploded as a new form of retreat to escape everyday life, there are plenty of woods and grounds where tents and, above all, tree houses begin to appear.
One of the last is the complex born in a forest near the city of Bruges, Belgium, and managed by Ika Merlin and Tobias Knockaert, the Boomkamp.
Built around a remote path, the six elegant treehouses are made of steel and wood, large windows, and even a small terrace that allows guests to immerse themselves completely in nature.
The two owners decided to give life to the structure after a journey of discovery of the most remote places around Bruges, to invite other people to broaden their horizons and change their concept of tourism and holiday.
The whole project was carried out according to specific guidelines and constraints and with a permit to use the place only temporarily, for this reason, the couple had to find a way to install small houses that could be easily removed and that, above all, would not damage the surrounding area.
Find out more about Boomkamp by looking at the pictures here.