Dominican Tree House Village is a unique eco-lodge featuring ziplining, a yoga studio, and free buffet breakfast and dinner.
Dominican Tree House Village is a unique resort located in the coastal jungle of the Dominican Republic. The resort is near Waterfall Lulu and El Valle Beach in Samana.
There are 20 open-air treehouse cabins at the village, plus a bar, pool, fire pits, and hammocks.
Dominican Tree House Village bathrooms are community-style and just a short walk from each tree house. Each bathroom has a large shower, toilet, and sink with a private room to change clothes.
VIP tree houses include a private outdoor shower, private sun deck, and personal bathroom.
Meals are served at the onsite restaurant, The Chef’s Table, and feature a variety of cuisine. Rotating menus include Asian, Indian, Italian, Mexican, Argentinian, and Mediterranean. Vegetarian and other customizations are available by request.
How to get to Dominican Tree House Village
Fly into Las Américas International Airport in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (SDQ). The resort recommends arriving at SDQ airport before 2:30 p.m., as the resort is about two hours away.
Guests can take a bus from the airport to Samana (90 minutes), and then hire a taxi from the bus stop to the resort (20 minutes).
Other options include car rental, or arranging transportation through the resort for a surcharge.