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Kerala provides excellent accommodation options to its visitors in the form of beach resorts, hill resorts, backwater resorts and amazing tree houses. Staying on the luxurious and comfortable tree houses of Kerala in the lap of mother nature would truly be a fascinating experience for the travellers.Kerala has a range of tree houses available according to ones choice and budget,for the visitors to enjoy the hidden beauties of nature from tree tops.
The tree houses of Kerala are tastefully designed wooden cottages built on top of the trees at an elevation of 20-90 ft above the ground. Built of eco-friendly raw materials like bamboo poles, coir mats, hay straw, live trees used as pillars,the tree houses in Kerala are the modified versions of “Erumadam”, usually built by the forest tribes to protect them from the attacks of the wild animals. To enhance the pleasure of your stay, all the tree houses are provided with modern amenities like cozy beds, telephone, washbasins, flushable toilets and attached bathrooms with running water/shower facilities. There is also a carpeted balcony where you can sit and enjoy the mesmerizing beauty of nature. The lighting is provided by solar energy or kerosene hurricane lamps. Food is prepared from organically grown fruits and vegetables. An indigenous cane lift is used to reach to the tree-houses, which works on a unique counter weight of water system to avoid unnecessary pollution and noise created by conventional means.
Most of the tree houses in Kerala are placed in the lush tropical rain forests surrounded by exotic tea and spice plantations.Perched atop,one gets to enjoy the tranquil beauty and bliss of nature. Guests can also enjoy exciting nature trails deep in the lush forests to discover the richness of the flora and fauna of the region. Staying in the Kerala bamboo tree houses is a unique and unforgettable experience. Kerala tree houses are quite popular among the tourists. The top places to visit for a tree house experience are Wayanad, Munnar, Thekkady.
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