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Written by Shrinivas on July 24, 2020 Share on

Treehouses in Munnar: Pick your stay in one of the Green foliage resorts.

Treehouses are wooden structures built on top of the trees. Treehouses were constructed using eco-sustainable materials without using a single nail utilizing items such as coir mats, bamboo sticks, hay straws, live trees (as a pillar), etc. Locally called ‘Erumadam’ are Treehouses in Munnar. Treehouses in Munnar are constructed over large, robust trees that overlook the forests. Here is a list of the 5 best Treehouses in Munnar.

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Treehouses in Munnar

1. Jungle Jive Treehouses in Munnar

The treehouse Jungle Jive is a rustic stay tucked within 15 acres of thick plantations including coffee, cardamom, pepper and tea. The property is approximately 17 km from Munnar area, and 99 km from Cochin International Airport. The Jungle Jive Treehouse site is a perfect refuge for lovers of fun, a party of mates, honeymoon couples and even for families finding a holiday hide-out. The treehouse rooms are conveniently built-in two floors to give the tired traveller a relaxing stay. All rooms have a balcony with a seating area where you can relax and enjoy the beauty of the jungle in the fresh air.

There is a greenhouse in the grounds and under a wide canopy of tall trees sits the whole house. The owner’s building, which is near the treehouse, serves fresh home-cooked meals. The treehouse is a family-run company. The owner and the relatives help the visitors feel at ease throughout their visit. Jungle Jive activities include trekking, jeep safari, nearby dam fishing and boating, plantation tour, campfire and barbecue, photography tours, etc. The property is located about 3 km from Chengulam dam, 15 km from Munnar town and 99 km from Cochin International Airport. The place is home to numerous types of birds and small animals because of the prevalence of large trees in the field.

2. Kaivalyam retreat Treehouses in Munnar

Kaivalyam retreat Treehouse is a unique resort known for its friendliness to customers, quality organic food and additional recreational services. The resort is a magical paradise nestled in the jungle. This resort emphasizes offering a luxurious escape for the tourists’ mind and body. While staying here, the guests are invited to practice healthy diets, meditation and a sustainable way of life. The property is surrounded by abundant vegetation which creates the right ambience for adopting nature’s way.

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The owner and employees handle the visitors here with outstanding hospitality which also allows it the perfect spot for families. The rooms are fitted with luxurious bedding, new hot water baths, LED television, telephones, tea kettle, etc. The rooms’ balcony offers picturesque views of adjacent mountains, valleys, and tea groves. The dining area is an informal space where the guests can interact more easily with one another. The resort also has a juice/coffee counter and a refrigerator for party access.

3. Dreamcatcher Plantation resort in Munnar

Dream catcher Plantation resort has 4 exclusive Treehouses installed in the midst of a dense plantation that provides a secret forest stay experience. There are lovely walking paths developed across the property linking the houses with the tea groves. At an average height of 20 meters above land, all the Treehouses in Dream catcher Plantation resort are built on massive trees. The Treehouses have all the latest features and are beautifully built. The charmingly decorated rooms are fitted with a television, free Wi-Fi, intercom, writing desk, chair, hot water, and toiletries. The rooms are equipped with private bathrooms and mountain-view balconies. The place is a perfect choice for those looking for a tranquil holiday away from the hustle and bustle. 

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A staircase allows entry to the tree-house. The visitors are told to drop their bulky baggage at the front desk. Guests will also spend some enjoyable time at the resort where specialist practitioners engage in an Ayurvedic spa experience. The homely treehouse rooms are constructed of bamboo with coir flooring to give the touch of rusticism. The balcony space provides magnificent views of the hills and valleys next to it. The quarters have excellent toilets and are well-furnished. Guests should have an excellent time savouring the restaurant’s served Kerala dishes. Both the treetop restaurant and a library are two luxury add-ons.

4. Nature Zone Resort in Munnar

Located at an altitude of 6000 m above MSL on a scenic hillside in Munnar, NatureZone resort offers luxury bamboo Treehouses with stunning vistas. The property lies about 1.4 km from Tea Museum in Pallivasal, 7.9 km from Munnar town and 12 km from Eravikulam National Park. To enter the Treehouse resort the guests are brought on a fast off-road jeep drive through the tea plantations. 

One will have a nice experience wandering through the tea gardens around the city, seeing the various plantations. When visitors stroll around the resort on a nature hike, they will experience different wild herbs, spices and medicinal plants. Guests should have an excellent time savouring the restaurant’s served Kerala dishes.

5. Ela Ecoland Nature Resort in Munnar

The Ela Ecoland nature resort is Munnar’s first tree house and provides luxury treehouse amenities surrounded by the tranquil forest outside Munnar. Ela Ecoland is a true slice of nature and offers the guests visiting Munnar much more than any resort could offer. The property is located in dense woodland running around the grounds with a river (Kallar). It is the ideal place for visitors wanting to stay with Mother Nature in tight quarters. These Treehouses, perched atop 5 large trees, were constructed with the utmost care to ensure optimum comfort.

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The treehouses are roughly 30 feet above ground level and are built of wooden flooring bamboo. Each space comes with a balcony and an associated toilet. The houses’ balcony area provides breathtaking views of local flora and fauna, waterfalls, and the Kallar Dam. The resort also provides a range of activities for the tourists, including local treks, off-road jeep safari, A visit to the tea factory, jeep trekking

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Plan your trip with Pickyourtrail

During the Monsoon season ( June-September) the best time to visit Munnar is when the area is filled with lush green foliage. What season you are visiting Munnar doesn’t matter, since the place is a perfect host to tourists with its cascading waterfalls, tea plantations and adventurous hilly roads all year round. So skip the simple stays and take a look at these Treehouses in Munnar to render your vacation a memorable one. It can pay off doing some preparations in advance. This is where taking the help of a reputed travel agency will help. Log on to and with the help of your expert guides start planning your trip or check out the preset packages. Alternatively, leave a Whatsapp inquiry for more options.

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