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KM 57.5 Carrera Granada Nandaime Comarca Poste Rojo, Granada 44300 Nicaragua
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Come find, us hidden in the trees in the Nicaraguan jungle... The Treehouse is a hostel located just 10 km. (15 Minutes) from Granada, Nicaragua and only 2 km. From the trail to the Volcano Mombacho. Expect rustic natural surroundings, an amazing place with wonder views, comfortable habitation and excellent food and drink. There are incredible opportunities to view unique wildlife, enjoy an upbeat atmosphere and affordable prices. Located on the road to Naindaime it is a "must see" stop on the way to Rivas, San Juan del Sur or Ometepe. There is a 150 meter climb to reach our secret spot. So bring some suitable footwear & if you are not fit for hiking, stay at home ;)
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Rooftop bar
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Attention “young” more mature travellers do not miss experiencing this unforgettable place. Behind the party scene image, which can be avoided by visiting on the down days, you’ll discover a dedicated team of people who are passionate about sustaining this beautiful environment and sharing this with travellers. English is spoken fluently. The Treehouse places you in a scene from Avatar. The jungle canopy, Howler monkeys, tropical vegetation, sunrises, sunsets, mist and rain that at times shrouds the valley, is something I will never forget. Yoga on the top deck and a local massage therapist are pleasures I enjoyed. Accommodation is simple but how often can you sleep in a tree house, double bed, under a mosquito net, positioned in the branches of a tree that has been there before time? I was serenaded to sleep for 3 nights by the natural, peaceful hum of the jungle’s orchestra. Amenities include clean, cold water showers and pit toilets that I as a ‘non camper’ comfortably came to terms with. The food is prepared by a local chef. Meals are delicious, food is fresh and servings are generous. The kitchen is unbelievably clean and tidy. To arrive at this unique location there is a climb that may challenge you. However, take time to observe the surroundings, the foliage and wildlife. Absolutely stunning, travel at your own pace. The Treehouse offers employment, support and education to the village community located at the base of Mombacho, the extinct volcano where the it is located. On offer is a tour of this village. I was welcomed into the homes of these gentle people. I cooked corn tortillas in their kitchen, ground coffee beans and tasted a very smooth blend coffee. I also visited the local school. All money raised from this tour plus donations go directly to improving the lives of people who live in this village. Funds are spent on food parcels, women’s health education, counselling, clothes, home repairs, school playground equipment and teaching needs. English is taught voluntarily by staff to enthusiastic students out of normal school hours. Don’t restrict your travels to busy city streets. The experience that the Treehouse provides will engage all of your senses and leave you with everlasting memories.
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Stayed for 2 nights at Treehouse and really enjoyed it. Thursday night they have open mic night, it was amazing to have live music with the jungle all around you. During the day it’s super chilled, they offer tours at fantastic prices but we were feeling lazy and just spent the day in the hammocks! The Friday night party was awesome, not the sort of music I would listen to usually but after a few drinks I was dancing away with glow in the dark body paint on my face! The food is fantastic, I’m vegan and was easily catered for. I never felt like it was a hassle for them to rustle up something without animal products for me. The drinks are well priced as well, 2 x rum and coke for 80 cordobas is pretty amazing if you ask me! And Katie was very generous with the rum ;) We were pleasantly surprised with our bill at the end of our stay! All volunteers were lovely, Michael, Johnny, Katie and I’m so sorry I forgot the other girls name! All keen to have a chat with you and get you involved. Jon’s music on open mic was fantastic, and after speaking to Ellen about the issues in Nicaragua and how they had to temporarily shut down I felt emotional seeing how many people they were welcoming to their fantastic little hostel once again. They do incredible community work and it’s nice to know you’re supporting that with your visit. I really wish them well for the future! So make sure you book in advance, beds were sold out on Friday night and it’s only going to get more popular!
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This place is just magical. It is quite the walk up, but it is so worth it! You are in the middle of the jungle with monkeys just swinging in the trees above you. I would definately recommend to book a treehouse instead of the dorm. The view is amazing from there and you feel really free. The staff is also very helpful and nice. I was there on the party on friday and I loved it. I’d say this is a must-go place when in Nicaragua.
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I loved this place so much I went on 3 separate occasions. I really can't fault this place. If you like being in the wilderness with great views, food, drink (particularly recommend the smoothies) and people, then this is the place for you. Plus there is the infamous rave on Friday nights. I have stayed in many hostels over the years but this one truly is unique and should not be missed if you are in Nicaragua, or any of central America for that matter. If you don't like to party avoid Friday though....
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This was our first stop in Nicaragua and we couldn't have chosen a better place to start! During the week it's nice and quite, waking up to the sound of howler monkeys and enjoying family style meals with everyone. Make sure to be there on Friday, during their weekly party with live djs and a great mix of local and international guests in a unique setting! Plus they run daily shuttles to their other hostel in town, which is perfect if you wanna go for a dip in the pool. Definitely one of our favourite spots in Nicaragua!!
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$12 - $26 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Treehouse
Which popular attractions are close to The Treehouse?
Nearby attractions include Mombacho Volcano (2.4 miles), Nicaragua Butterfly Reserve (4.1 miles), and Mombacho Volcano Natural Reserve (2.4 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at The Treehouse?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a rooftop bar, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at The Treehouse?
Guests can enjoy a rooftop bar, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at The Treehouse?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Are pets allowed at The Treehouse?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to The Treehouse?
Many travelers enjoy visiting El Coyotepe Fortress (9.2 miles) and Old Railway Station (6.1 miles).
Does The Treehouse have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.