What is a Kerala Treehouse?
Tree houses in Kerala are a part of efforts to promote eco-friendly tourism in the state. Kerala Treehouse is available for stay of the tourists in Munnar, Thekkady, Athirappilly Waterfalls and Wayanad. Each of these tree houses add value to naturally pristine environments and offers a refreshing experience to guests who want to stay away from the hassles and tensions of city life. Get ready for a stay in a Kerala Treehouse only if you are willing to stay a day without TV, computers and other electrical and electronic items. Each of the Kerala Tree House has a double bed with an attached bathroom and European toilette, telephone shower, wash basin with running water, carpeted veranda and sit-out and can comfortably accommodate two guests. The stay is comfortable and the only difference is that you stay in a pristine and natural surroundings instead of a normal resort. Treehouses in Kerala is built with natural beauty kept intact, its natural springs not polluted. In Malayalam treehouses are called as Erumadom and was initially used by hunters. Builders of tree houses sometimes use recycled materials or parts, such as reclaimed window frames, doors and used lumber. Fabrics can be used to produce non-rigid temporary structures that are more like tree tents than tree houses. The Kerala Tree House is designed and made with ethnic materials using local craftsmen, local materials and indigenous techniques used by the early inhabitants. The tribals are extensively involved with the construction and maintenance of the Tree houses. One stay in Kerala tree houses will hang on with you for many long years. It will be first day you stay outside the confines of concrete and neon lamps. It will be an amusing stay on the laps of nature. It will be a rejuvenating experience.