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5 Amazing Treehouse Getaways in Kerala

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5 Amazing Treehouse Getaways in Kerala

For a once-in-a-lifetime experience, many travelers choose an unconventional yet awe-inspiring stay in a treehouse in Kerala. Situated on the southwestern coast of India, Kerala is famous for these branching abodes for nature lovers who want to get away from it all. If you are planning to visit Kerala for your next holiday, don’t forget to try this treehouse experience.

Rangerwood Nature Castle Machan Treehouse

Thekkady, the famous wildlife sanctuary, is the picture-perfect spot for treehouse living, offering twin treehouses side-by-side, yet with the utmost in privacy. This treehouse is situated thirty feet off the ground and offers a temporary lifestyle of rugged all-out nature life on the outside with remarkably modern amenities on the inside. Offering luxury interiors, the treehouse provides all the comforts of home including air conditioning, LED television, refrigerator, coffee and tea maker, bathrooms, and wireless internet connection.

Stepping out and relaxing on the balcony will yield breathtaking views of rare birds and other wildlife in their natural habitat. For food lovers, Rangerwood Nature Castle Machan resort offers a wide variety of cuisine with service around the clock. Massage services are also offered to enhance your ultimate time of relaxation and rejuvenation.

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Hiliya Resort Wayanad Treehouse Escape

The Hiliya Resort is an ideal escape for anyone wanting a cozy and serene way of life for a few days. Many tourists enjoy living up in the timbers for a few days in old-style Kerala bungalows, which overlook an organic farmland of spices, vegetables, coffee, and fruits. Situated next to lush forests, within this bamboo and wood structure tourists enjoy luxurious bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms and comfortable living space. Visitors also enjoy five-star cuisine, hiking, sightseeing in the jungles, strolling along the plantations, witnessing elephants in the wild, badminton tournaments, and so much more.

Marmalade Springs Wayanad Treehouse

Marmalade Springs Wayanad is a world-class resort nestled among the second highest peak in the district, known as Chembara Peak. Situated entirely upon a 100-acre coffee plantation with amazing mountain views, the teak wood treehouse is like a dream come true. Complete with a sitting area underneath and a lovely verandah for early morning coffee-time, this treehouse along with the boutique resort atmosphere has many visitors returning again and again.

Visitors enjoy flavor-bursting cuisine, the best and freshest coffee around, caving, hiking, exploring the jungle lands, and taking a splash in the pool during their stay. They also leave ready to come right back.

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Dreamcatcher Resort Munnar Treehouse Honeymoon

Those who dream of the perfectly romantic honeymoon find that they are in reality when they spend their days together in the Dreamcatcher Resort Munnar Treehouse. An exquisitely unique place to rest, rejuvenate, and get to know one another even more, Dreamcatcher Resort delivers.

Situated in the natural timber of Munnar’s forests, guests are surrounded by lush tea gardens and tea plantations, as well as plantations of cardamom spices. Sixty feet above the ground, the balcony views are tremendous, while the amenities include intercom, hot and cold water, comfortable sitting areas, television, and beautiful bedrooms with attached baths.

Visitors take opportunities to go on Jeep safaris, hikes, catching views of wildlife, viewing breathtaking waterfalls, and much more. Making dreams come true, the resort itself features many varieties of places to stay and dine in a spectacular, serene setting.

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Tranquil Resort Wayanad Treehouse

Guests that prefer nothing less than peaceful tranquility come here to take it all in. Tranquil Resort Wayanad is a posh resort filled with plantation bungalows, flora that is extremely pleasing to the senses, exquisitely furnished verandas, bird watching unlike any other experience due to the wide number of parrots on the plantation, and so much more. Taking peaceful walks along the enormous property will sooth the mind and renew the soul.

Treehouse in Kerala has been a widely popular choice among many who love an unconventional place to lay their heads. The views alone make the treehouse stay worth it, and they also include comfortable, decorative bedrooms with baths, plenty of fresh air and light, protection from insects, verandas, and many opportunities to enjoy yoga and massage. Visitors enjoy the hot tub which is nearby, and there is no need to leave your pets at home during your visit–this resort welcomes pets, as they understand they are part of your family.

When people think about where they want to spend their next vacation, treehouses are becoming increasingly popular among many destinations throughout the world. Here in India, in the state of Kerala, the treehouses do not disappoint. They boast many of the finest and unique amenities and this is proven by the popularity of the resorts.

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Featured photo credit: http://keralatreehouse.in/ via keralatreehouse.in

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Last Updated on November 22, 2021

Thanksgiving: It’s About The Simple Things

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Thanksgiving: It’s About The Simple Things

Thanksgiving, a day of pure gluttony, football, and possible uncomfortable situations with family members that you may or may not like. Oh, yeah, and the whole “know and reflect on what it is to be thankful and grateful.”

During the holiday season many people forget what this time of year is bout and are too worried about getting the “early-bird” deals on Black Friday and making sure that they have the perfect gifts for their loved ones. I am sort of a “Grinch” when it comes to the holiday season, mostly because of that mentality by many of the poeple around me.

But instead of being grinch-like this holiday season, I decided to simplify things and get back to what this time of year is actually is about; being thankful for what I have and what I can give.

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Simplify

I’m not a “minimalist” in any real sense, but in the last few months the talks of Patrick Rhone and others have got me to rethink my stance. Can you really have too much stuff?

Absolutely.

And with all that stuff comes the burden and the weight of it on your back.

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If you feel that the things around you are out of control, maybe it’s time to simplify and be thankful and grateful for what you have and use. Here are a few things that you can do to simplify:

  • You know those gadgets in the drawer that you said you were going to sell? Well, time to get the listing on eBay and sell them. Or, send them to a place like Gazelle. Even if they are old and won’t get money, you can at least recycle them.
  • Get rid of things you don’t need. Like old books, clothes, tools, etc. Have something that’s been laying around forever with no use? Donate it to a charity or church. If you aren’t using it, someone else could be.
  • Find your productivity tools and stick with them. Use tools and gadgets that serve multiple purposes so you can simplify your tool set.

Be Mindful

You don’t have to be a master Buddhist or meditator to be mindful (although, it can definitely help). Being mindful comes down to being cognizant of the present and not keeping yourself in the past or future. It’s about living in the moment and being aware of yourself and everything around you. It’s just being.

Without getting too “California” on you, it is super important to be mindful during the holiday rush. Rather than worrying about the things that you forgot at your house on the way to relatives or thinking about the next stop in your endless holiday travels, just breath and think about what you are currently doing.

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Spend the time with your family and friends and don’t crush the moment. Try not to concentrate so hard on getting the perfect photo of the “awesome moment” of the day and actually miss the awesome moment.

Being mindful over the holidays will help you be with your families, friends, and yourself allowing you to enjoy your time.

Reflect

As the year is coming to a close (yes, it really is that close!) it’s a great time to start reflecting on what you have accomplished and what you haven’t. Within the next few weeks we will have a more throrough reflection article here at Lifehack.org, but reflecting every now and then over your holiday break is a great way to see where you have been doing well in your life and where you need to improve.

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Reflection shouldn’t be used to “get down” on yourself. Reflection should be used to take an honset inventory of what you have accomplished, how you handeled situations, and what you can do better. If you journal everyday (a daily form of reflection) it may be a good time to start going over some of the things that you have written and start to put together a year’s end journal entry. I mean, how else will you write your autobiography?

But, seriously, reflecting on yourself makes you aware of your successes and faults and helps you plan and make goals for the coming year. It makes you a better person.

So, while you are stuffing your face with bird, stuffing, and mashed taters’, remember that the holidays are much more than the superficial things. Use this holiday to become a better person.

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