Gallery: Stilts: Inhabitat Monkeys Around in Sustainable Kenyan Treehou...

Andy Barbour's grandfather first moved from the UK to Kenya in 1958, and he eventually bought a verdant piece of land in Diani - a beautiful coastal town that boasts enviable white sand beaches, a forest ecosystem found nowhere outside of East Africa, and all kinds of wildlife. Half a century later, after traveling the globe, his grandson decided to use a portion of the forested plot to build a sustainable tourism destination populated with buildings similar to those he had seen in Southeast Asia. Called Stilts, this now famous backpackers' paradise features five treehouses, three cottages, and a breezy gathering area frequented by bush babies.

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