The Dominican Republic Treehouse Adventure in the Caribbean

PRICE FOR 2 PEOPLE
$597.00 (Regularly $1,050.00)
Duration: 4 Days  Discount: 43%
Deal ends in 7 Days
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Head to the Caribbean for a tropical escape unlike any other. Encounter a pure jungle experience, an exotic escape, and outdoor adventure all in one with this package at Dominican Tree House Village. Treehouse suite accommodations, breakfasts & dinners, and amenities included for 2.

If you love adventure, exquisite views and exceptional hospitality – this is the place for you. From four-wheeling to horseback riding and incredible hikes to a gorgeous waterful, this luxury treehouse resort in the Caribbean

Experience the raw elegance of this treehouse adventure, complete with countless opportunities to explore sun, sand, ocean, and jungle.

Whisk yourself away to a tropical adventure unlike any other. From zip lining, cliff jumping, and horseback riding, to cave exploration, boarding, secluded beach explorations, and boating tours, this 4-day adventure is a perfect mix of exploration and relaxation in the Caribbean. Deep in the lush jungle of the Samana province in the Dominican Republic, a grove of trees was transformed into a paradise retreat. 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 hearty, family style meals by our onsite professional Chef.

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. You’ll also find some other hand-woven adornments and furnishings along with some hanging chairs begging you to sit and read in them. The entire property is connected by pathways and is abundant with organically grown fruits, vegetables, and flowers. Every detail has been attended to and you’ll find that this is a place that was built to allow for both harmony and excitement. Great efforts were made to ensure that the developments were as environmentally-friendly as one would hope to be – especially when the ultimate purpose in staying here is to commune with nature. Experience the raw elegance of this treehouse adventure, complete with countless opportunities to explore sun, sand, ocean, and jungle.

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