Although the photos of our Treehouses are stunning and shared across social media all over the world, the true beauty of Treehouse Lodge is from the inside looking out. Check out this blog to get to know the interior of each of our 12 treehouses, located in the middle of the Peruvian Amazon.
Check out the Interior of our 12 Treehouses
Treehouse 1 – Dos Ramas
Sleeps up to 3 people (one king bed or two twins). It sits 36 feet off the ground and has 16 feet of diameter. If you’re looking for a room close to the main lodge, this is your treehouse!
Treehouse 2 – Laguna Vista
Treehouse Two is located above the seasonally flooded zone of the Yarapa River. It’s built on an Oje tree, take a look at the river dolphins by just a short walk from your room.
Sleeps up to 3 people (one king bed or two twins). It sits 38 feet off the ground and has 16 feet of diameter. It’s close to Treehouse Dos Ramas.
Treehouse 3 – Rio Vista
Treehouse Three is the only treehouse with a privileged view of the Yarapa River. The high water season offers you tranquil views of the shimmering expanse. Like Treehouse Laguna Vista, this room is built on an Oje Tree.
Sleeps up to 3 people (one king bed or two twins). It sits 38 feet off the ground and spans approximately 19 feet in diameter.
Treehouse 4 – Casa Grande
Treehouse Four looks and feels like the charming home fit for the Swiss Family Robinson. It’s ideal for bigger groups because you can book this and Treehouse 5 (that is close) to fit up to 9 people.
Sleeps up to 5 people (one king bed and one twin or three twins). It sits 38 feet off the ground and has a diameter of 22 feet. It’s 80 feet from the main lodge.
Treehouse 5 – Bamboo House
Treehouse Five has an exterior staircase that takes you outside the platforms and enters through the side of the treehouse. On top of the stairs is a unique balcony.
It sleeps up to 3 people (one king bed or two twins). And it sits 39 feet off the ground and a Diameter of 17 feet. Also, it’s the best choice if you’re traveling with a bigger group because it’s close to Treehouse Casa Grande and you can book both allowing the group to be closer.
Treehouse 6 – Casa Alta
Treehouse Six towers over the jungle providing magnificent views of the surrounding Amazon rainforest.
It’s the only treehouse that allows up to 2 people (two twin beds). It sits 82 feet off the ground and has a diameter of 15 feet. Just in case, you want to stay at one of the highest treehouses, this must be your choice!
Treehouse 7 – Solitude
Treehouse Seven stands tall and provides a beautiful, secluded home nestled amongst the trees, it’s the deepest into the jungle. Enjoy two incredible views from your room. On one side, you will be greeted by spacious views spanning the rainforest, on the other the rainforest will be right next to you.
Sleeps up to 3 people (one king bed or two twins). It sits 65 feet off the ground and has a diameter of 18 feet. To get to this treehouse, you’ll need to walk up to a 55 spiral staircase and 2 steel cable bridges.
Treehouse 8 – The Cradle
Treehouse Eight is uniquely positioned inside numerous branches that cradle the hut comfortably in the jungle’s embrace. It’s the most secluded one and also the tallest treehouse!
Sleeps up to 3 people (one king bed or two twins). It sits 60 feet off the ground and Diameter of 18 feet. Enjoy privileged views of the rainforest from any direction. It has a private staircase.
Treehouse 9 – Serena
Treehouse Nine is one of the largest and newest treehouses. It’s very close to the Yarapa River so you can have some beautiful views of the villagers.
Sleeps up to 3 people (one king bed or two twins). It sits 40 feet off the ground and has a diameter of 20 feet.
Treehouse 10 – Costa Bella
Treehouse Ten is right on the river bank and has the best river view and has a balcony. It is also a great choice for someone who wants to enjoy solitude and altitude without so many stairs.
Sleeps up to 3 people (one king bed or two twins). Sits 53 feet off the ground and diameter of 18 feet. It’s one of the tallest treehouses at the lodge.
Treehouse Eleven is our largest Treehouse consisting of three separate rooms. The biggest treehouse at our lodge is perfect for big groups or families. It’s built on a Renaco tree.
It’s made up of three smaller treehouses and sleeps up to 6 people (three queen beds). It sits 45 feet off the ground.
Treehouse Twelve is our newest treehouse, and perfect for animal viewing. It’s the most secluded Treehouse on our property past Treehouse #7.
Sleeps up to 2 people (one king bed or two twins). It sits 70 feet off the ground.
After reading this article you’re ready to book your treehouse? Don’t worry, we can help you with that. Contact us now and plan a trip to the Amazon Rainforest.
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