"Were Tarzan to dream up an eco-tourism adventure"

In rain forests, most animal life does not live near the surface of the earth, but exists high up in the tree caonpies. The Bokeo Nature Reserve in Laos has developed a fascinating tourist experience to explore the canopies—not only zip-lining through but staying overnight 500 feet above the ground.


Treehouses on top of the world: Zip-lining to lodgings in Laos

By Eliot Stein

The Washington Post

September 15, 2016

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