Have you always wanted to live in a treehouse but haven't been able to? Treehouses have always been those secluded retreats from the tales we read as children, where we envisioned setting up the top-secret societies. You can have an unobstructed view of the lush green tropical wonderland ahead from the self-contained, opulent rooms that dangle from tree tops at heights varying from 40 to 90 feet. These tree dwellings are dispersed across the nation. They come in a variety of styles, from opulent to rustic, and are ideal for a calm retreat or a romantic holiday.
To relax, let's have a look at some of the incredible tree houses in India:
The Machan – Maharashtra
This lush island is situated in Jambulne, 2.5 hours' drive from frenetic Mumbai, and makes for the ideal retreat from the city of dreams. A weekend trip to The Machan is the ideal escape to the world of nature. It is one of the top 25 biological hot spots in the globe in addition to being a popular tourist destination. It offers distinctive tree cabins that tower between 30 and 45 feet above the forest, providing total tranquillity. It is a sizable tree house situated in a gated tropical forest close to Lonavala. The residence offers a beautiful view of the valley below as it dangles over a cliff.
Location: Private Road, Lonavala, Atvan, Maharashtra
Average Cost: INR 16,000 per night
The Vythiri Resort – Wayanad
The lovely area of north-west Kerala known as Wayanad is where you'll find the Vythiri Tree House Resort. In the midst of dense vegetation and towering trees lies a remarkable treehouse. For city dwellers, this location makes the ideal retreat because it allows them to put their problems aside and surrender to nature. Additionally, there is the Vythiri Spa, which claims to revitalise you. So why leave God's own country when it is there waiting for you? The airport closest to Wayanad is at Calicut.
In the centre of the jungle, the resort includes five tree houses, one of which is kid-friendly. The tree huts were handcrafted by native tribal people using materials that were readily accessible in the area and are built around a stream. The resort has an Ayurvedic spa, swimming pool, games room, and health club.
Location: Vythiri Resort Road Lakkidi P O, Kunnathidavaka, Kerala
Average Cost: INR 15,000 onwards
The Rainforest Resort – Kerala
If the idea of seeing Kerala's biggest waterfall, Athirapally Falls, from above appeals to you, reserve a tree house at the exclusive Rainforest Resort, which is tucked away in the Sholayar rainforest. You'll feel as though you've been transported to another universe by the stunning vistas. One of them is the Rainforest Boutique Tree House Resort. The Cochin International Airport, which is only an hour away, is the shortest route to get here. By taking a deep breath of the air surrounding this location, one can easily shake off the town's lethargy. It has a pool, wide gardens, and a breathtaking view of the impressive Athirapally Falls. Book Now
Location: Kannanakuzhy P O, Athirapally Via Chalakudy,, Trichur, Kerala
Average Cost: INR 22,000 onwards
The Tree House Hideaway – Bandhavgarh
It goes without saying that the Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve and Fort are among the best tree houses in India. Like huge swarms of bees, they have been drawing photographers, history buffs, and nature enthusiasts for years. The resort is home to 5 tree houses, each of which offers a breathtaking view of the fort and the surrounding jungle, which covers an area of roughly 21 acres. The tree huts are comfortable, earthy, and well-equipped with hot water, air conditioning, a living area, and mosquito netting. If someone sees some unusual species from his balcony, it is not at all surprising. Though it's still a long shot to see a tiger!
Location: Umaria-Badhavgarh Rd, Vijarhia, Madhya Pradesh
Average Cost: INR 17,500 onwards
The Tree House Resort – Jaipur
The Tree House Resort is the biggest resort of its kind in the world, and it is located in Rajasthan, around 30 minutes' drive from the pink city of Jaipur. It is situated in the Syari Valley in Nature Farms. There are many luxurious "nests" made up of the lodgings. Your stay will be exciting because some even have tree trunks running through them. The fact that it is hidden away from the city's bustle and will be restorative is its best feature.
Location: 5, Vijay Path, Sector 2, Mansarovar, Jaipur, Rajasthan
Average Cost: INR 12,000 onwards
Vanya Tree House – Thekkady
Kerala does not boast of only one tree house attraction. The Vanya Tree House is a serene retreat from the bustle of the city, perched peacefully on one tree on the side of a hill in the western Ghat jungle. The 10 acres of massive trees and plantations that make up the nature retreat are just near to Periyar Wildlife Park. There is no reason to hesitate before visiting this location. All that is required is a hike through the nearby rainforest.
Location: NH 220, Munnar – Kumily Highway, Kumily, Thekkady
Average Cost: INR 19,000 per night
Eagle Eye Resort – Chikmagalur
Deep within the verdant Western Ghats is where you'll find Eagle Eye Resorts. The resort provides more than the typical escape by providing all the conveniences of home away from home as well as the beauty and convenience of being surrounded by Mother Nature. You can learn more about this ecological treasure house's delights by going on trips and hiking the nature trail. The Eagle Eye offers a 360-degree panoramic view of the surrounding mountains shrouded in fog and photographs the breathtaking sunset. The spectacular Eagle Eye Holidays Resorts are scattered across 130 acres of lush vegetation in a coffee and spice plantation, at a height of 2900 feet above sea level.
Location: Hoscodu Estate, Kadavanthi, Sangameshwarpet, Karnataka
Average Cost: INR 2,500 onwards
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