Photo tour: Tree tunnels

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Walking through a natural tree tunnel is like letting nature envelope you in its beauty.

Walking through a natural tree tunnel is like letting nature envelope you in its beauty. Surrounded by the tranquility of trees all around, it’s easy to lose yourself on a stroll through one of these majestic tunnels.

Take a look at some of these beautiful escapes with this photo tour of tree tunnels from around the world.

Oregon Coast (Image: Alaskan Dude)
Oregon Coast (Image: Alaskan Dude)
Ontario (Image: jsalvino used under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license)
Ontario (Image: jsalvino used under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license)
Barbados (Image: OakleyOriginals)
Barbados (Image: OakleyOriginals)
National Tropical Botanical Gardens (Image: Makuahine Pa'i Ki'i)
National Tropical Botanical Gardens (Image: Makuahine Pa’i Ki’i)
Erie National Wildlife Refuge (Image: Nicholas_T)
Erie National Wildlife Refuge (Image: Nicholas_T)
Klamath (Image: goingslo)
Klamath (Image: goingslo)
Japan (Image: tedd okano used under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license)
Japan (Image: tedd okano used under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license)
Dark Hedges, Ireland (Image: horslips5)
Dark Hedges, Ireland (Image: horslips5)
Dark Hedges, Ireland (Image: Paul Bowman)
Dark Hedges, Ireland (Image: Paul Bowman)
Bamboo forest, Japan (Image: Lachlan & Marline used under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license)
Bamboo forest, Japan (Image: Lachlan & Marline used under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license)

(Main image: devon-miles)

Photo tour: Tree tunnels was last modified: June 26th, 2019 by Marissa Willman
Author: Marissa Willman (786 posts)

Marissa Willman earned a bachelor's degree in journalism before downsizing her life into two suitcases for a teaching gig in South Korea. Seoul was her home base for two years of wanderlusting throughout six countries in Asia. In 2011, Marissa swapped teaching for travel writing and now calls Southern California home.