Treehouse Lodge, located in the Amazon Rainforest of Peru, features 12 treehouses between 35 – 75 feet above the jungle floor
The only all-inclusive treehouse lodge in the Amazon, delivering a once in a lifetime experience. We are located in the Peruvian Amazon at the confluence of the serene and protected Yarapa and Cumaceba rivers near the Pacaya Samiria Reserve. Come stay with us and you’ll see the rainforest from an entirely new perspective that most visitors never experience… the tree top canopy.
You’ll never forget the experience of watching monkeys and birds at eye level as every morning you’ll wake up to a safari of animal life before you even get out of bed. Not to worry, you won’t sacrifice any of the usual comforts found on the ground. Every bungalow is equipped with showers, sinks, toilets, and clean white linens. Your personal treehouse bungalow gets you up off the jungle floor and helps you enjoy the airy relief from the heat and humidity. Sure, you’ll get a little extra exercise walking up to your bungalow, but after a meal filled with our delicious food, you’ll welcome it.
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From the minute you get off the boat and begin your walk along the grand serpentine entrance, you will sense the uniqueness of this jungle amazon lodge experience. Depending on the water levels, the entrance will carry you over a lagoon or the jungle floor to the heart of Treehouse Lodge’s 345 acre pristine jungle preserve.
The main lodge is an impressive and beautiful structure that sits in the middle of the vast Iquitos jungle. It connects to all the treehouses by raised wooden pathways and steel cable bridges. Built with 36 huge beams made from iron wood, the treehouse hotel is so strong and dense that it sinks slightly into the water. Each beam required 14 people to haul from the river and winch it into place. From the bottom floor, you can look up to the top of the roof towering over 40 ft high. On the bottom floor, you will enjoy every meal (prepared in our state-of-the-art kitchen), be able to lounge around the bar. The second floor will beckon you to sit or lay under ceiling fans. Not to worry, the entire structure is enclosed by mosquito mesh, so you can appreciate your eating and relaxing time in peace.
As part of your trip, you’ll enjoy regular excursions away from the lodge to see the Amazon animals and rainforest. However, should you choose to stay close to home, you can still appreciate the wildlife that inhabit the jungle. At the lodge, you may be fortunate enough to see 5 different species of monkeys, pink and gray dolphins, sloths, macaws, parrots, and parakeets. They’re rare, but the lodge has even been visited by small tigres and jaguars! Seeing monkeys from the ground is wonderful, but watching 50 monkeys migrate through the lodge from the view of your treehouse or connecting bridges is unforgettable and thrilling.
Treehouse Lodge was designed to give it’s guests the best views of the rainforest and its native animal life. Every treehouse has a lower public platform and an upper private platform where you will stay. All guests are welcome to explore the lodge and rainforest canopy from all of the lower platforms connected by bridges.
Treehouse Lodge provides guests with 3 quality meals per day. Every meal is served in our main lodge protected from the insects and elements. When your excursion takes you away from the lodge during meal time, a packaged meal will be provided. Our world-class chef creates tasty and beautiful meals made from a combination of chicken, beef, fish, and vegetables prepared Peruvian style. Trust us, the food will exceed your expectations – especially for a restaurant in the middle of the jungle! Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions and we will do everything we can to adapt to your needs.
Our kitchen is equipped with commercial, stainless steel appliances and facilities, refrigerator, and freezer. The dining area is furnished with comfortable chairs and tables, fully enclosed in mosquito mesh, with ceiling fans above to keep you cool. For your enjoyment, there is a beautiful circular bar in the middle of the lower floor. Though beverages from the bar are extra, all water and juice is included in your price. Purified water is shipped into the lodge for your health and safety.
At Treehouse Lodge, guests sleep in actual treehouses, not mere treehouses propped up on stilts in the midst of trees. To achieve this ambitious vision, we took every precaution to ensure the safety of both our guests and the trees. The main lodge, treehouses, cable bridges and stairs were engineered in the United States by a structural engineer. The treehouses are supported by connections to the tree, suspension from the branches above, and multiple steel cables to the ground. Annual inspections and adjustments are made to maintain the safety of the lodge.
Tree platforms and bridges are all built with wooden railings and, in some cases, steel cables. Bridges are equipped with foot and hand cables connected by vertical cable supports. Strong webbing is installed on the side walls of the bridges to ensure your comfort and safety. The main lodge and all treehouses are enclosed with mosquito mesh and, just to help you sleep a little better, an extra layer of mosquito mesh is placed over your bed and tucked underneath your mattress.
We invite you to come to the jungle and see animal life, but on your terms. All of your movement through the lodge will be on raised wooden platforms or cable bridges to keep you safe from the wildlife on the jungle floor. Any walking in the jungle will be done with an experienced guide.
At Treehouse Lodge, we bring in fresh, purified water for drinking and cooking to ensure the health of our guests. Most of the water used at Treehouse Lodge comes from the river. We have a 4-tank water purification system that provides water for showers, toilets, sinks, and cleaning. The first tank allows the sediment to settle. The second two tanks are for purification. The final tank sits atop a high tower for pressure. Additionally, every treehouse has it’s own purified water tank for showers, toilets, and sinks.
A safe, first-aid kit, fire extinguisher and walkie talkies to contact the main lodge are all provided. Food is stored in a refrigerator or freezer powered by the sun, backed up by a generator. Solar panels power all the electrical needs of the lodge from lighting and fans to refrigeration and communication. A generator is used only on overcast days as a back-up.
Treehouse Lodge is located on the beautiful black waters of the Yarapa River – a tributary to the Amazon River near Iquitos, Peru. As there are no roads connecting Iquitos to the outside world, the only way to get there is by boat or airplane. From Iquitos, the journey to the treehouse hotel – first by car, then by boat – takes approximately 2 1/2 hours. The boat ride begins on the Marañón River, crosses the Amazon River, and continues up the Ucayali River before connecting to the Yarapa River. The amazon lodge sits right on the Yarapa where the Cumaceba connects, making a beautiful view of the black and brown water confluence. Arriving, you will truly feel “away from it all.”
Treehouse Lodge sits on 350 acres of preserved, primary Amazon Rainforest surrounded by thousands of acres of additional protected land. Nearby is the famous Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve – one of the largest protected areas in Peru, boasting of the greatest biodiversity in the world. Iquitos is considered the capital of the Peruvian Amazon. During the 20th century, it expanded during the rubber boom, but is now known as a major river port, surrounded by 3 rivers. The area is also known for hosting the largest traditional market in the Peruvian Amazon and it’s amazing floating city that comes out during high water.
GPS Coordinates of the Lodge: 4°32’41.67″S 73°26’53.89″W
Rates are per guest in US$
Nights of Jan 1, 2021 to May 31, 2021 & Aug 1 to December 22, 2021
Nights of Jun 1 – July 31, 2021 & December 23 – Jan 1, 2022
Each treehouse will sleep 2 in beds, which can be combined as a King bed or kept separate as twins.
Treehouse #4 has room for an additional twin bed and can sleep 3 in beds. Upon Request, each Bungalow can hold up to 2 additional portable cots.
Treehouse #6 which is always two twin beds and cannot accommodate a third guest.
Children in cots are charged at 65% of normal rate. Travelers must be over the age of 5.
Pickup / Drop-off at Iquitos Airport
Round trip transportation via land and river to and from the lodge
3 meals a day
Bottled water and juice
All excursions of your choice
English / Spanish speaking guide
Flights to Iquitos
Drinks other than bottled water and juice
Hotel stay in Iquitos if required
***We have a romance package available if you want to renew wedding vows, get married in a treehouse or just want to make your stay more romantic
Program of 3 days / 2 nights
The programs as such depend on each passenger because excursions included in the price and private guides are offered, there are no fixed itineraries but this 3 days 2 nights program is a recommended itinerary.
Choosing the Peruvian jungle as a vacation destination is a great option due to the amount of adventures that you can enjoy there. From your arrival in the Amazon, you will see how nature creates a unique environment, where you can also choose from many tours in Iquitos to live your vacation to the fullest.
If it is your first visit to Iquitos and you only have a few days, it is likely that you do not know which excursions to start or even which to choose. The Treehouse Lodge experience includes unlimited excursions through the jungle so you can discover the best of this wonderful place.
Tours in Iquitos for 3 days / 2 nights: Itinerary
Although at Treehouse Lodge we do not have a defined itinerary, we can recommend the favorite excursions of our visitors so that you can make the most of your 3 days in Iquitos.
The Treehouse Lodge experience begins at the Iquitos airport. From there you will be transferred to the Puerto de Nauta (1:15 a.m.) and we will travel through the river until we reach the ecolodge (1h), where you can see your own tree house through the hanging bridges, settle in and take the first photos .
Then, you will receive a special dish of Peruvian gastronomy, in charge of our excellent chef. Thanks to the fact that the experience is personalized, you will have a private guide who will tell you about all the tours you will have access to and will help you decide which one to start with according to your preferences, the weather or his recommendation.
Many visitors decide to start their tour in Iquitos with a kayak trip through the Amazon and take a bath in the longest and mightiest river in the world; the fishing of piranhas in the style of the natives; or with a walk through the jungle where you can observe various species in their natural habitat. And to end the night, you can choose the night cruise on the river or the night observation of animals in the middle of the jungle.
Most visitors start the second day with the “sunrise and breakfast with pink dolphins” excursion, which consists of a trip along the river first thing in the morning and enjoy the sunrise watching these species swim. Upon returning to the lodge you can continue the day with a visit to Puerto Miguel, one of the nearby native communities, where you can buy handicrafts, learn a little about their culture and take photos of some jungle animals.
Then you can rest for a moment and enjoy your incredible tree house or visit the suspension bridges of the lodge, from where you will have an unforgettable view of the jungle and you can discover hundreds of species and recognize them accompanied by your guide. You can complement the rest of the day with another of the excursions included in the package, for example, a night walk to see how the Amazon jungle comes to life.
By the third and last day you will have already enjoyed several excursions and you will know which ones you saved to close your experience at Treehouse Lodge. Many choose the blowpipe workshop or the trek to learn about medicinal plants and other secrets of the Amazon for the last day.
Your entire stay will be an à la carte experience that you can tailor according to your preferences, but rest assured that it will be a unique and unforgettable experience. After receiving the last meal, your private guide will take care of transferring you to the Iquitos airport to arrive on time for your flight, or to a hotel in the city if you plan to continue your visit to the capital of Loreto.
1) Sunrise and Breakfast with the Dolphins
This is the perfect way to start your day in the Peruvian Amazon . About an hour before sunset you will boat along the Yarapa and Ucayali rivers until you reach the Amazon River. Here you will enjoy “breakfast in boat” while observing the world famous Pink and Gray River Dolphins of the Amazon during their morning feeding. Enjoy sunrise over the skyline of the Amazon rain forest. If you’re feeling particularly adventurous you can jump in and swim with the dolphins. As with all the amazon river excursions, there is always a chance that you catch a glimpse of other types of wildlife such as sloths, monkeys, iguanas, and birds along the edges of the river in your Amazon travel.
2) Sunset on the Amazon with the Dolphinss
This excursion is a guest favorite. We will often recommend that you enjoy this excursion on the day of your arrival at Treehouse Lodge. It’s the perfect kick-off to an incredible time in your Amazon travel. Just before dusk you will boat along the Yarapa and Ucayali rivers until you reach the Amazon proper. The world famous Pink and Gray river dolphins will start to appear near your boat while the sunset gives the perfect backdrop. Take a moment to breath the freshest air on the planet. Listen to the sounds of the Peruvian Amazon as you start to welcome nightfall. Just after sunset you will head back to the Lodge and prepare for an evening and night of Amazonian adventures.
3) Swim In The Amazon River
You’ve traveled across the planet to see the world’s greatest river: the mighty Amazon. This is your opportunity to knock out a bucket list item by going for a swim. You will travel down the tributaries to the main Amazon river with your private guide and navigator. Take as little or as long as you want to enjoy a refreshing dip. If you’re lucky a dolphin or two might appear. When you’re done enjoying a swim you will travel back towards Treehouse Lodge while observing any interesting flora and fauna along the way.
4) Dugout Canoe Trip
For centuries, River people have moved along the Amazonian rivers on dugout canoes. Even today, this mode of transportation is the best way to explore the creeks: navigating slow, listening to the sounds of the jungle, and observing nature, attempting to imitate the exact way ribereño people see the forest. If you are a bird watcher from the canoes, you can observe and take pictures of many species of birds that feed and make nests close to the river shores. Many species of primates such as brown capuchins, squirrel monkeys, and saddle backed tamarins are easy to spot. You may even be able to observe rare and elusive creatures such as the river otters from the dugout canoes. At some point we will stop and fish for piranha! We will carry aboard wooden poles, with string and meat. When the piranha bites, you lift up the pole and voila. Not to worry, we will retrieve the fish for you.
5) Fish for Piranhas
One of our most popular excursions, this will be one of the great adventures you have while visiting Treehouse Lodge. Travel by boat to one of the many great piranha fishing spots in the area. Armed with a wooden pole, string, hook, and meat, you will lower the bait into the water. When the piranhas strike (and they will!), simply life up the pole. Don’t worry, we will retrieve the fish for you. We have yet to have a guest that hasn’t succeeded. Once you’re done you can choose to catch-and-release, or, if you prefer, the chefs at Treehouse Lodge will prepare the piranha as a side dish to your nightly meal.
6) Blowdart Gun Workshop
The natives of the Amazon rain forest have relied on blowgun hunting for hundreds of years. Known in Peru as pucuna, blowguns can be used by skilled hunters to hit animals from a distance of 60-90 feet. During this amazon excursion you will be mentored by a local villager on how to make your own blowgun. Take your time to craft your perfect blowgun and then feel free to practice throughout your stay and on your excursions.
7) Jungle Walk: Medicinal Plants of the Amazon
The rainforest is like a green pharmacy where you can find many plants used to treat different diseases. You can find forest medicines for headaches, stomachaches, broken bones, hernias, and rheumatism – even for diabetes. On this Amazon Jungle excursion, you will explore through this greenery in search for some medicines found in each plant or tree, learning the secrets of the jungle and the relationship between plant and man; all the while bringing you closer to Mother Nature, protector of all the living organisms on our planet earth. The Amazonian people are the preservers of knowledge passed from one generation to another. Before cutting a plant in preparation for extracting medicine, many medicine men ask permission of the protector of the forest; if they don’t ask permission the medicine doesn’t work. This ancient belief is responsible for keeping the superpower natural forces in harmony.
8) Jungle Walk: The Giant Water Lilies of Oxbow Lagoon
Participate on a fascinating jungle walk to this isolated lagoon that was once part of the river many years ago. The Oxbow Lagoon hosts many species of aquatic plants such as the giant water lilies that can grow to 6 ft. in diameter with flowers the size of cabbage. You will also observe the strangely interesting hoatzin, a bird feeds exclusively on poisonous plants that it can keep in its crop for several hours. Another species of bird you will find on this amazon jungle walk is the horned screamer that is related to the geese family and feeds on water lettuce and water hyacinth. Lastly, though perhaps most fascinating, you will be able to spot the wattled jacana, nick-named Jesus Christ because it can walk on water. These are just a few of the many animals that live into this varzea forest.
9) Jungle Walk: Night Monkeys, Sloths, Hoatzins, and More
Join this jungle walk to witness the only nocturnal monkey that can be spotted during the daytime. These primates make their homes in tree holes and, once located, can be seen sticking their heads out to take a peek. You will walk along a trail that runs close to an old tree where these night monkeys can be seen. They have a good sense of hearing, are very curious, and apparently evolved into nocturnal animals in order to avoid competition over food. On this walk there is also a chance that you can spot any of the following species of monkeys: owl monkey, pigmy marmoset, monk saki, squirrel, red howler, duski titi, wooly monkey, and tamarins.
10) Daytime Jungle Cruise
Embark on an adventurous boat ride through the tributaries of the Amazon River. You will see abundant wildlife and nature in all of its glory while we search for the Amazon River’s specialties such as Blue and Yellow Macaws, Wattled Jacanas, Trogons, Black Collared Hawk, Oropendolas, Yellow-Headed Cara Cara, and Tanagers, among others. Your guide will also help you spot sloths and monkeys in the trees above you as you cruise around the Yarapa and Cumaceba rivers.
11) Nighttime Jungle Cruise
If you enjoy the river by day, just imagine the life that awakens at night. On our night excursion, you will travel along the river, looking for wildlife with flashlights. The chances of spotting wildlife are good. You will see creatures like beautifully colored frogs resting on the floating plants on the edges of the creeks. You will see fishing bats that catch their prey using their talons like hawks, detected by sophisticated sonar. By the light of your flashlight, you will see potoos, owls, and caimans (located through their red eyes) that venture through the dark to catch their prey. At night you will also find creatures such as kinkajoos that feed on fruits and berries. They are easy to see while jumping from branch to branch on trees along the river. Even the opossum that feeds on birds can be spotted primarily at night. These are just a few of the many creatures that love to come out at night.
12) Nighttime Caiman Spotting
Depart the Treehouse hotel on a motorized canoe along the Yarapa and Cumaceba rivers. The mysterious sounds of the jungle will be a highlight throughout the excursion. Caimans are close relatives of the alligator that can be found throughout the Amazon rain forest. Like their crocodilian cousins, Caimans live near rivers and other bodies of water. Most caimans are around six or seven feet long, but the largest species, the black Caiman, can grow to a length of 15 feet. The young caiman are much smaller and easier to find. While the Caiman is hypnotized by the bright light, your canoe will slowly approach it until your guide is close enough to attempt to catch it with his bare hands and actually lift it out of the water for all to see. After closer viewing, the young Caiman will be returned, unharmed, to the water. After the thrill of this incredible hunt in the dark you will transfer back to Treehouse Lodge.
13) Night Walk To See Insects
Night time is a prime time for feeding. Once the sun sets, many creatures come out, some are the predators and others the prey. On this night excursion, you will see exotic beetles (rhinoceros and elephant species) and moths (sphinx and roschildia species). You will also find some lizards sleeping on the leaves. On our walk, you can see diverse species of frogs like the famous owl frog that makes holes in the ground and weighs over ½ pound. Amazonian people use the skin of this interesting anuran to make drums, but the owl frog protects itself from its predator by releasing a milky liquid from its skin. There is also a frog called gladiator tree frog that makes its nest close to the water to keep it from potential rivals and attract females for mating. At some point on the walk we will ask you to turn off your flashlight and stay quiet to let your senses adapt to the darkness, listening to the sounds of the rainforest in order to identify what they are and where they come from. At this moment, you will truly be able to appreciate the vastness of the Amazon Jungle with all its countless secrets.
14) Early Morning Bird Watching
The best way to witness wildlife during your Amazon travel is by waking up early to the sound of hundreds of birds and monkeys. The suspension bridges are built to bring you closer to all the wildlife that exists around Treehouse Lodge. You will see many species of tanagers, toucans, parrots, parakeets, antbirds, antwrens, woodpeckers, and monkeys that come to feed on the fruit and insects found on the trees. There are species of birds that never venture closer to the ground because the fruit they eat is found on the tree tops. Being closer to the canopy, it’s easy to see the beauty of these species. In only one early morning, you will observe at least 50 species of birds, 20 of which are uncommon. The variety of wildlife in this type of igapo forest is outstanding. The more appreciation we can gain of these species and the more research we can perform to find new species, the more likely they are to be preserved for future generations.
15) Treehouse Canopy Walk
Treehouse Lodge is one of the most unique hotels in the world. Featured by National Geographic as one of the Top 10 Most Unusual Hotels in the World, Treehouse offers the incomparable experience of observing the Amazon rain forest from the treetop canopies. On this excursion you will explore all of the canopy walkways and viewing platforms that dot the are of the Lodge. Learn about the history and architecture of the lodge while you observe wildlife from 30 – 70 feet above the jungle floor.
16) Stargazing in the Amazon
The Amazon rain forest has no distracting city lights and the sky is wide open. A popular excursion for astronomy buffs, It is breathtaking to stare upwards at millions and millions of twinkling stars. Enjoy the serenity of cruising the tributaries of the Amazon as you try to find the Southern Cross. As you can imagine, this excursion is weather pending. Coordinate with your private guide for when a good night would be for this activity.
17)Kayak in the Amazon River
This is your chance to captain your own boat and see wildlife from a river perspective. Exploring the river by kayak you are able to explore the rivers and creeks without the noise of a boat engine. This creates a peaceful atmosphere and an ideal situation for capturing wildlife. You might see beautiful birds, monkeys and river otters
18) Visit an Amazon Community
If you’re looking for a way to truly experience the Peruvian natives, this is it. Visit an Amazon community and interact with the river people who still preserve their traditions, ancient knowledge, and even language. We will get to explore their homes made out of wood and palm trees to see how they live, what they cook, and the way they survive using the natural resources of the rainforest. You’ll find it fascinating to see how they have adapted to coexist with their environment, sharing their space with countless insects, dangerous animals and poisonous plants that can be used to kill or cure depending on preparation. The river people are skillful craft makers and have a communal house where you have the chance to purchase their beautifully hand-crafted items made using materials found in the Amazon jungle.
Excursiones en Treehouse Lodge Perú
Staying at the Treehouse Lodge is truly an all-inclusive experience. All the excursions that you will find below are included in the price of your tree house. Upon arrival at the Treehouse Lodge you will have the opportunity to plan your days in the Peruvian Amazon with your private guide. It is not necessary to book tours in advance.
Note: All Amazon River excursions last 2 to 3 hours depending on the water level and weather conditions.
Treehouse One – Dos Ramas
Treehouse One has a beautiful view of both the jungle and the towering comedor. Entry is through a unique trap door in the floor. During high water, the treehouse stands high over a flooded lagoon, providing tranquil views of the shimmering expanse – it’s an experience you won’t forget. During low water, the vegetation revives and a view of the surrounding jungle beauty is something you will enjoy daily.
Treehouse 1 has two large branches within the interior which add to the feeling that you are home in nature. A portable bed can be provided if requested for an additional person.
Directions to Treehouse One: Take stairs to second floor of the main lodge and cross one steel cable bridge.
Treehouse Two – Laguna Vista
Treehouse Two is located above the seasonally flooded zone of the Yarapa River. The views from Treehouse 2 change dynamically depending on the water season. Either way, you will be pleased with your morning vista.
Treehouse 2 is built in a beautiful Oje tree surrounded by jungle vegetation. Take a short walk across the steel cable bridge and a nice view of the river opens up where you can often see river dolphins and local fisherman. A portable bed can be provided if requested for an additional person.
Directions to Treehouse 2: Take stairs to second floor and cross two consecutive steel cable bridges.
Treehouse Three – Rio Vista
Treehouse Three is the only treehouse with a view of the Yarapa River at the Lodge. It sits 39 feet off the ground and spans approximately 19 feet in diameter. Like Treehouse 1 and 2, Treehouse 3 offers distinct views you can enjoy right from your bedroom whether it be high or low water season. In addition, from this treehouse you may see some local villagers fishing or even a river dolphin if you’re lucky. This room is built in a beautiful Oje tree surrounded by jungle vegetation. A portable bed can be provided if requested for an additional person.
Directions to Treehouse 3: Walk south about 200 yards from the main lodge on a raised wooden and covered pathway to a tree on the river bank where you climb up about 20 ft on stairs circling the tree trunk.
Treehouse Four – Casa Grande
Treehouse Four looks and feels like the charming home fit for the Swiss Family Robinson. A few large branches within your treehouse make you really feel like you’re truly living in a treehouse! And the views will have you mesmerized. 1 – 2 portable cots can be provided if requested for additional people.
Directions to Treehouse 4: Walk 80 feet from the main lodge along a raised wooden pathway. Then walk 20 feet up the arching stairs.
Casa del Árbol Cinco – Casa de Bambú
Treehouse Five has an exterior stair case that takes you outside the platforms and enters in through the side of the treehouse. On top of the stairs is a unique balcony with beautiful views of the surrounding jungle foliage that include bamboo and palm trees. A portable cot can be provided if requested for an additional person.
Directions to Treehouse 5: Walk 80 feet from the main lodge along a raised wooden pathway, walk 15 feet up the arching stairs, and cross the steel cable bridge.
Treehouse Six – Casa Alta
Treehouse Six is the second tallest treehouse. It towers over the jungle providing magnificent views of the surrounding rainforest. It’s a great place to watch Parakeets, Parrots, and Macaws in the early morning without even leaving the house. Birds have built several hanging nests in clear view. Treehouse 6 sits 67 feet off the ground and spans approximately 15 feet in diameter.
Directions to Treehouse 6: Walk 200 feet from main lodge along raised wooden pathway, walk up beautiful 55 foot spiral staircase, and walk across one steel cable bridge.
Treehouse Seven – Alta Vista
Treehouse Seven stands tall and provides a beautiful, secluded home nestled amongst the trees. On one side, you will be greeted by spacious views spanning the rainforest, on the other the rainforest will be right next to you. As this treehouse sits further into the jungle, it brings the sights and sounds of the wild close to home. A portable cot can be provided if requested for an additional person.
Directions to Treehouse 7: Walk 200 feet from main lodge along raised wooden pathway, walk up beautiful 55 foot spiral staircase, and walk across two consecutive steel cable bridges.
Treehouse Eight – La Cuna
Treehouse Eight is the tallest treehouse! And it’s uniquely positioned inside numerous branches that cradle the hut comfortably in the jungle’s embrace. It makes a wonderfully natural home with welcoming branches organically integrated into the space. Standing alone, Treehouse 8 is ideal for those who like a little distance from their neighbors. Beautiful views of rainforest can be seen in every direction. Further into the jungle, this treehouse brings the sights and sounds of the wild close to home. The journey into the treehouse is as enjoyable as the stay with it’s own amazing private staircase that winds around the tree trunk. A portable cot can be provided if requested for an additional person.
Directions to Treehouse 8: Walk 250 feet from main lodge along raised wooden pathway. Then walk up 25 foot spiral staircase.
Treehouse Nine – Serena
Treehouse Nine – Serena
Treehouse Nine is one of the largest and newest treehouses on the property and while it is not exactly on the river bank of the Yarapa, it is very close and you have a good view of it including the occasional fisherman or villager. Treehouse 9 is beautifully high with great views, but not as high as Treehouses 6, 7, and 8. It’s ideal for someone who enjoys getting up into the trees and walking on hanging bridges without so many stairs. Treehouse 9 and 10 are together to the south of the main lodge but separated from the rest of the treehouses. Treehouse 9 is about 10 ft higher than Treehouse 10.
Directions to Treehouse 9: Walk south about 200 yards on a raised wooden and covered pathway to a tree on the river bank where you climb up about 20 ft on stairs circling the tree trunk. At the top, stop to enjoy a nice view of the river before walking across one long steel cable bridge.
Treehouse Ten – Costa Bella
Treehouse Ten is right on the river bank and has the best river view. Enjoy seeing the occasional fisherman or villager and sometimes pink dolphins. Treehouse 10 is the only jungle treehouse with a private balcony just outside and overlooking the river. Read a book or sip a drink and enjoy the view. TH10 is also the only treehouse that enters directly from the bridge through a door. All of the others enter from a common platform below. TH10 is also very large and comfortable, though not quite as large as TH9 or TH4. It is also a great choice for someone who wants to enjoy solitude and altitude without so many stairs. Treehouse 10 is also our newest treehouse.
Directions to Treehouse 10: Walk south about 200 yards on a raised wooden and covered pathway to a tree on the river bank where you climb up about 20 ft on stairs circling the tree trunk. At the top, stop to enjoy a nice view of the river before walking across one long steel cable bridge and then one more short steel cable bridge.
Treehouse Eleven – Familia suiza Robinson
Treehouse Eleven is our largest Treehouse consisting of three separate rooms. It was built inside a huge Renaco tree with many beautiful meandering trunks and roots. It is able to sleep 6 guests (4 guests as minimum); 2 guests on each level. Level 1 has one Queen Bed. Level 2 has one Queen bed. And level 3 has one Queen bed. It is located near treehouses 6 and 7.
Directions to Treehouse 11: Walk 300 ft from the main lodge along a raised wooden pathway and then up 20 – 40 ft depending on the level.
Treehouse Twelve – Soledad
Treehouse12 is our new treehouse, and it’s perfect for viewing animals. Getting there is a very adventurous journey thanks to the 3 cable bridges. You will have the opportunity to see a small stream on the jungle floor. The interior of this tree house is unique, it makes you feel immersed in the tree and the jungle because 4 branches climb up the ground. In addition, it has a balcony covered by a mosquito net on the outside to protect you while you enjoy a break between excursions.
Directions to Tree House 12: Walk 200 feet from the main cabin up a raised wooden path, climb the beautiful 55-foot spiral staircase, and cross three consecutive steel cable bridges.