If you grew up with the luxury of a backyard, then you were likely a kid who dreamed of having a treehouse that you could climb into and camp out in overnight. Yet, the reality is that even those with backyards were never afforded their childhood dream of building a treehouse. Nevertheless, no matter how old you are now, it’s not too late to satisfy your adventurous spirit. And that's because treehouses have been built around the world for visitors to enjoy staying in for an extended period of time. From the craggy shores of Jamaica at Tensing Pen to the treehouses only accessible via zip-line at the Gibbon Experience in Laos, eco-luxe tree-dwelling accommodations span many different continents. For some, staying in a treehouse is about the tranquility that comes from hearing the beautiful cacophony of the rainforest (such as the distinct calls of the howler monkeys in at the Nature Observatorio in Costa Rica); or maybe you prefer to pair upscale amenities with your high-flying stay, like a massage at Connecticut’s Winvian Farm’s sprawling spa. Below, AD surveys treehouses from around the globe—ones in which you can literally go out on a limb on during your next vacation.