Like Burning Man in the Forest! Treetop hut in a friendly community
Bright Tree Village, Endor
Rating: 4/5 stars
Entire home / apt
Book a Room
425 Per Night
About this listing
Give yourself over to the unique rituals and celebrations of the indigenous Ewok culture. Let your cares melt away as you coatee-cha tu yub nub! (Celebrate the freedom!)
A tribal, communal retreat complete with handcrafted dwellings of wood, leaves, and hemp. The entire village is integrated seamlessly into Endor’s treetops.
If guests are uncomfortable climbing and swinging, hosts are happy to meet them outside the immediate location and carry them up to the lodging.
The immediate area is largely natural wildlife and offers a tranquil and serene setting for meditation.
Recent Imperial construction has been a bit noisy and inconvenient. We’ve tried scaring them off with stick and rocks, but they seem pretty intent on staying in the area.
- rope swings
- speeder bikes
Things to Do
Weekly barbecues around a shared fire pit offer a great sense of community. We strongly encourage our guests to actively participate in these events, even if it requires some extra prodding. While they may be hesitant at first, they typically warm up quickly.
Reviews & Ratings
Rating: 4/5 stars
About the Host, Wicket
Yub nub! Yub nub!
Hosts were completely discriminatory based on complexion. One guy had golden skin and they practically worshipped him, and all I got was a rope around my wrists as they led me to my quarters. Would not recommend.
Nub-Nub. Nuff said.
The local people were incredibly friendly, but the local biker gang were very noisy and intimidating!
The natives were a little skeptical of me staying there but I think in the end they got to like me and we even made some fireworks, would definitely recommend
I found the local staff very helpful. Particularly in one instance waking up in the forest after a rough arrival and they helped me back to my room and did my hair!
I knew that this place has a reputation for poor service when I booked a stay here for a wedding, and like some of the five star reviews that is exactly what I was looking for. So i couldn’t have been more pleased when I called to change my reservation, and was promptly berated over the phone for asking to checkout a day earlier. The management, to my delight, even charged me a bonus fee for the inconvenience.
I got to my room, and someone had defecated next to the toilet. Not on, not in – next to. My fiancé thought this was done by a Chichinaca, but a Chichinaca could not fit in the small room to begin with. Upon further examination, the feces were left by a human.
I inquired the manager, if this is normal. He did not believe me and said that “I was responsible for this” and that “I was the “poopertrator”. I am incredibly frustrated and angry at this establishment. That do not take their guests seriously or even seem to care.
DO NOT USE THIS COMPANY UNLESS YOU WANT THEM TO STEAL YOUR DEPOSIT.
Couldn’t have been better! I was treated like a deity throughout my stay. Will definitely be back.
At first, my girlfriend got lost in the area. To be hones, description of the location was kind of vague. On the other hand – you really don’t have that much of a choice when it comes to be acomodated in this setup.
Host was kind of weird – they even braided my girlfriends hair?
We also didn’t really love the dinner.
Will be filing a complain with the Imperial Humanoid Rights Council for not being wheelchair accessible. Sure, we may be living long, long ago in a galaxy far away – but seriously, not everyone can levitate themselves around with the Force! How about some ramps and an elevator, for Yoda’s sake!
Reminds me of the time I visited the third planet in the Sol system on the western coast of a large landmass. The trees were very large and grew to a height of over 120 Imperial standard meters.
Initially found it difficult to find the host. But when we met he seemed like a nice guy and took me up to the room, even had some people do my hair for me! But then dinner happened, and they seemed to think I’d enjoy eating my brother and my boyfriend. Luckily they didn’t, and the rest of the vacation was pretty nice, apart from picking up a small injury.
The description “tranquil and serene” is not fitting. Wish there had been more pictures of the actual rooms and better description. We took our two young children (3 and 6) and expected a relaxing family holiday but the party does. not. stop. and the walls are very thin and we could not sleep at all. The art isn’t as good as burning man either. Save your money and go to the desert.
We had a magical weekend attending my college roommate’s wedding. You must like heights!! Also, wear shoes at night. I woke up to a furry guy nibbling on my toes.
Very welcoming hosts. After a few days and some bonding with the locals I was invited to become part of their tribe. I quit my job on Coruscant the next day and am now a local myself. Yum Yum.
If you have kids in strollers, look elsewhere.
Best place I have stayed at so far. The hosts were very gracious and the views were great
Cute little teddy bears braided my hair and treated me to a delicious and nutritious dinner (vegetarian).
The room was average sized, the bed made with Endor tree wood and the blanket made out of relaxing tauntaun fur. It was really cute even though the bed was a little small.
The view from your room is magical and you can see the invigorating weekly firework show.
Altogether, a fun stay
Nice people, very friendly. Party-a-lot!! 😀
Despite the language barrier, Wicket was a wonderful host.
Nice place, but lots of pet hair on furniture.
Visually stunning, although I recommend checking the origin of any meat you eat. TBH, this might be the only time I would recommend the vegetarian option.
I don’t recommend this to anyone! All they had was green tea and banana leaves!
The tree sap tastes better than honey. The climb to our hut made our thighs sore. My wife loved the customer service. Highly recommended!