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Free Spirit Spheres

Free Spirit Spheres
Welcome to the world of Free Spirit Spheres, set among the tall trees of the west coast rainforest of Vancouver Island, Canada. We invite you to experience a tree house for adults... 16 years and over. (liability considerations) We are open 12 months of the year; each season providing something unique. Built on vision and engineering these handcrafted spheres are suspended like pendants from a web of rope. They occupy a truly unique place in the world while providing a habitat for the un-tamed spirit that exists in us all. Spheres, Eve, Eryn and Melody, are available for overnight rental.

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