Tree houses in Brazil: choose the best one and enjoy!
For those who like unusual adventures, have you thought of staying in the middle of nature? What about staying in a tree house? Don’t you think it is a good idea? Certainly if you have an adventurous spirit, this is an excellent idea. In addition to the relaxing nature of this type of lodging, staying in a tree house may bring back your childhood memories and also make you feel at your own place. By having that in mind, the very first thing to do is choosing the right destination. So, what would be the best pickup?
When thinking about a place that brings together exuberant, diverse wildlife and beauty in addition to good weather throughout the year, no place on Earth could beat Brazil, this gigantic South-American country that has so much to offer to guests willing to having a genuine and unique experience in terms of fauna and flora. From the luxuriant Amazon rain forest, going through the largest mangrove in the world, the Pantanal, throughout the 8,000 km coastline and its vivid, distinct Mata Atlântica (Atlantic Forest), Brazil is for sure the perfect choice. Thinking about it, here are some interesting destinations for you to visit and stay in an exclusive style.
This Brazilian tree house, Lendas do Capão inn, in Vale do Capão (Capão Valley), is just 1.5 km from downtown and has among its attractions special nine-meter high chalets and a centenary jackfruit tree The rooms have a deck, sofa bed, and the deluxe version has also a dining room with fireplace. The architecture integrated to nature provides accommodation with panoramic views of the mountains and crannies between gardens and an orchard on the banks of the wonderful Capão River.
It is worth mentioning that Vale do Capão is an attraction by itself. Located on the edge of the Chapada Diamantina National Park, it is more than an ecological sanctuary: it is a fascinating place! The climate of esotericism and peace is present on the daily life and was brought by young people in the spirit of the 70’s. Nowadays, many people continue to arrive from large cities from all over the world, looking for self-knowledge, spirituality, contemplation and a more sustainable life.
The tree house in Monte Verde, state of Minas Gerais, makes the destination even more attractive. With temperatures ranging from 28 degrees in the summer to -10 degrees in the winter, and frost forming a beautiful landscape in a combination of green, ice and blue sky, besides the smoke of fires lit to heat homes and cottages. There is a small village, which is a charming place to wander, relax and date, with its buildings in European style, fireplaces and green pine trees, cascades, waterfalls, mountains, peaks with trails, squirrels, hummingbirds and many species of birds and fragrant colorful flowers in the summer, such as the famous hydrangeas. The town Monte Verde is a pleasant and enjoyable place for all seasons.
Operating as an inn, the tree house provides cleaning service and includes daily breakfast. Accommodating up to three people, hosting also includes parking and free Wi-Fi. The tree house is close to the tourist center of Monte Verde, where all shops, malls, and most restaurants are located. At the same time, it is in a quiet location without all the noise and bustle of tourists.
Surrounded by greenery in the middle of the Atlantic Forest, on the south coastline of Rio de Janeiro state, this house houses up to eight guests. Paraty is one of the most beautiful cities in Brazil. Located between the states of São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, this colonial town with a splendid historical center provides easy and fast access both by road and airplane, the latter being easier either by Galeão or Santos Dummont airport in the city of Rio de Janeiro.
The peaceful haven provides hammocks and sofas everywhere, so that guests can rest and relax. The inn is in the Atlantic Forest about 15 km from Paraty and 15 km from Trindade, 200 meters from the beach and 1 km from a waterfall and an Indigenous tribe. Shuttle buses come from Paraty to the very inn gates. As the tree house is in the midst of the beautiful Atlantic Forest, you can catch sight of some wild animals, such as marmosets, agoutis, and a multitude of birds, among others. Waking up to the sound of birds does not seem a bad idea.
By providing shacks of various types to guests, this inn in São Francisco de Paula stands out for its rustic atmosphere. Couples can also opt for having an exclusive lunch or dinner in a charming, exclusively reserved tree house.
Affectionately called São Chico, São Francisco de Paula is a quiet town of Serra Gaúcha, in the southernmost Brazilian state, Rio Grande do Sul, with about 21,000 inhabitants, colonization predominantly Portuguese and endowed with a unique, diverse and exuberant nature. At an altitude of about 900 m, São Chico has four distinct seasons, but always with a winter taste: even in the summer, the night sometimes invites the warmth of the fireplace! For the delight of nature lovers, it is the land of many forests, waterfalls, lakes and places still untouched…
The resort is located in Santa Cruz Cabrália, on the south coast of Bahia, and is much more peaceful than nearby Porto Seguro (23 kilometers). Santa Cruz has a lot to offer to tourists. In addition to being the stage for the first mass held in Brazil in 1500 – a symbolic cross marks the spot on the Coroa Vermelha beach – the city provides typical landscapes of Southern Bahia, framed by a clear crystal sea protected by reefs and vegetation of the Atlantic Forest. Mata Encantada also includes tree houses in its hosting services. These houses, which are made of sustainable wood and covered with palm fiber roofs, are suspended 4 meters high overlooking either the sea or the forest,