These treehouse hotels across Africa add another element to sleeping, well, under the elements.

From Namibia to Tanzania to Zambia, tour operator Expert Africa offers a variety of lodging styles, from romantic to kid-friendly to truly exotic.

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  • Beho Beho

    Located in the Selous Game Reserve, this new "fly-camping" option keeps guests protected from insects while suspended high above the ground.

  • Chole Mjini Lodge

    There are just six "rooms" at this lodge on Tanzania's Chole Island, where waves wash against the roots of the baobab trees in which the cabins are set.

  • Kaingo Camp

    There's room for two in this suite set in a sausage tree above the Luangwa River in Zambia.

  • Lake Manyara Tree Lodge

    In Tanzania, this is just one of two lodges inside Lake Manyara National Park.

  • Onguma Tree Top Camp

    On Southern Africa's West Coast, this camp of just four thatched-roof cabins lies just outside Namibia's Etosha National Park.

  • Tarangire Treetops

    In Tanzania's Tarangire National Park, these "rooms" all come with large balconies for eyeing the scenery from on high.

  • The Hide

    The Dove's Nest is an aptly named tree-top retreat that's part of the larger Hide resort in Zimbabwe.

  • Tongabezi Lodge

    Built in an ebony tree, this secluded suite overlooks the Zambezi River, just above Victoria Falls.

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