Dominican Treehouse Village

Are you thinking to travel to the Dominican Republic?
Maybe before reserve a hotel, you should look at this to try a new real experience!dom treehouse village pic 4
“Deep in the lush jungle of the Samana province in the Dominican Republic, a stand of trees was transformed into a paradisiacal haven from a world that too often demands more of us than we should offer it. A large “eco-lodge,” crafted from local materials, is centered on the property and surrounded by 22 open-air tree house cabins and an abundance of inviting gathering sites. The lodge itself is a magical place – an idyllic setting for a wedding, yoga retreat, or other special event, with a full bar and catering kitchen where guests will partake in continental breakfast and dinner (all included with a stay at the village).

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Each cabin is perched high above the jungle floor, enclosed by clean white curtains and a well-built bamboo railing, and furnished with a plush queen bed and soft white sheets—the kind you would never expect to find outside the finest hotels — much less so deep in the jungle. The beds are draped by a thin mosquito netting offering some peace of mind, but mosquitoes are not a problem, thanks to a thriving bat population in the area (which don’t bother guests). You’ll also find some other hand-woven adornments and furnishings along with some hanging chairs or hammocks begging you to sit and read in them.

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The communal bathrooms are private, airy, and clean.

The entire property is connected by pathways and is abundant with organically grown fruits, vegetables, and flowers. Waterfall Lulu, a seasonal waterfall with a rope swing, is just around the corner and its fresh, clean water is more than welcoming in the heat of the afternoon.

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No more than a 10 minute drive or a 20 minute bike ride from the Village — the waves of the ocean lap at the shore of El Valle Beach, a welcoming setting for relaxation or adventure — or a perfect blend of both”. Dominican Treehouse Village

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