13-09-2020 di redazione
Put a magnificent structure that looks like a tower designed by Gaudi in the middle of the virgin forest of Watamu, about a hundred meters from the ocean and the white long beach between Turtle Bay and Garoda.
Garnish all with the decorations and the genius of Kitengela Glass artists and add the possibility to enter in the one of the north coast yoga kingdom (something like that can only be found in Lamu)
This would be enough to define the Tree House a place that refreshes the soul and spirit and puts balance in the body with the mind, in the middle of a holiday in an already amazing place itself.
But Tree House is not only this: the elegance of the rooms, suspended between recycling and finishes designed on purpose, in the harmony of the common areas and in total complicity with nature, we realize to stay in a boutique hotel with a well-kept impeccable service and a rare attention to detail.
The kitchen, for example. You eat in a natural way but very tasty, from fruit-based breakfast, tea and coffee with local organic produce and always a morning surprise (for us, coconut pancakes with banana).
Even lunches and dinners are designed to match natural taste, using fresh fish, vegetables and light sauces.
If, as mentioned, Tree House has been designed particularly for those who practice yoga (for now twice collective sessions a week, on Tuesdays and Saturdays, but in anticipation there is a daily program), there are many other possibilities to enjoy body and mind. From kayaking in the mangrove channels that form in the Mida Creek, to windsurfing and other excursions to places where the eye wants its part.
A truly extraordinary devised by the management of the Tree House, for example, is to start from water lanes amid the mangroves when the tide rises, and indulging themselves with the flow until the Short Beach. You can do with surfboard or even freely.
There is always an adventure to combine with a stay at the Tree House, but also lazy people have valid reasons more than to relax and enjoy, starting with captivating swimming pool in the middle of the plants, which offers suggestions from the Far East.
Tree House, quite an experience to try.
And try again.
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