The most beautiful tree tunnels

Tree tunnels are an often-overlooked natural wonder. Haunting and whimsical, these tunnels can be made of deciduous trees, flowering blossoms, or even vines. It’s never boring to discover its mystery and beauty. Check out the following list of ten amazing tree tunnels from around the world to explore beautiful spectacles of nature.

Tree Tunnel, Kauai – If silent gravel roads wrapped in greenery are your idea of paradise, a quiet stroll down this road in Kauai is sure to be to your liking. This tree tunnel almost conjures up images of lovers strolling hand in hand. If you are planning to visit Kauai this year, make sure you take a few pictures of this natural wonder.


Dark Hedges, County Antrim, Northern Ireland – Also home to a tunnel of gnarled tree branches near Armoy. Spooky yet beautiful, the branches reach out almost as if to touch your vehicle as you drive by. You might not want to drive through this tunnel late at night unless you have your windows securely rolled up and your doors locked too.

dark hedges

Tunnel of Love, Rivne, Ukraine – Rivne is home to a tunnel of greenery that is the stuff childhood dreams are made of. If you’ve ever dreamed of running away from home or strolling through quiet forests with your best friend at your side, this Ukrainian tunnel is made for you. This is one of the best places to propose and get a lover’s picture.

tunnel of love

Jacarandas Walk, South Africa – One of the most breathtaking tree tunnels you can visit these days is located in South Africa. The best time to visit Johannesburg and enjoy the Jacarandas Walk is fall, particularly October when Jacaranda trees are in full bloom. You will see over 70,000 trees that make up this fantastic tree tunnel.


Cherry Blossom Tunnel, Bonn, Germany – Have you ever visited an incredible tunnel of cherry blossoms in Bonn, Germany? Lush, pink, and verging on ethereal, the row of trees cast a haunting glow over cars nestled beneath their bountiful branches. Depending on weather conditions, the cherry blossom lasts around 10 days.

street in Bonn

Wisteria Tunnel, Kitakyushu, Japan – Wisteria tunnel is home to some of the most beautiful wisteria tunnels you can imagine. If the scent of wisteria blossoms sends you into a tizzy, you are definitely going to want to add a trip to Kitakyushu to your life’s bucket list. Be sure to have plenty of room on your camera’s memory card when you visit and leave plenty of time to enjoy all the awe-inspiring sights Kiakyushu offers.

wisteria tunnel

Cherry Blossom Tunnel, Shizuoka, Japan – Cherry Blossom Tunnel boasts plenty of breathtaking blossoms. Lovely lavender blooms coat this tunnel’s pathway, making it the perfect spot for a quiet lover’s stroll. Can you imagine having your wedding photos taken in such an enchanting location?


Tenryu-Ji Shrine’s Bamboo Trail, Kyoto, Japan – Tenryu-Ji Shrine’s Bamboo Trail is home to an entirely different type of tree tunnel. Towering bamboo line either side of the historic trail. If you are of the Buddhist faith or just admire the peaceful practices of the Buddhist way of thinking, this bamboo tunnel also needs to be added to your bucket list.

bamboo trail

Topiary Tunnel, Zarcero, Costa Rica – Topiary Tunnel has an incredible topiary tunnel that is worth a visit. Sculpted rows of double topiary arches line an entire walkway. Visitors can stroll alongside the arches or weave their way through them for a memorable travel experience.

tree tunnel

Velika Aleja (big alley) – Consisting of 726 plane trees and a number of horse chestnut trees. Great avenue is a spa complex associated with “Vrelo Bosne” (springhead of river Bosnia), on which are the walled coast, bridges and numerous walking trails. The spa – a health center Ilidza became famous for its sulfur springs and healing properties, but also for the beauty of the natural and built environment.

velika aleja

There are some of the most beautiful tree tunnels in the world, imagine just having wedding photos taken here, looking so enchanted. So if you have tree tunnel nearby, tell us in the comments.

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