Tulum now has treehouse accommodations

By Eliot Bullman Tuesday, November 22, 2016 comments


The Papaya Playa Project in Tulum has launched a portfolio of new sustainably-crafted tree houses in a jungle by the coast, Caribbean Journal reports. The tree houses are crafted from local Zapote and recycled wood, with panoramic views of the sea.


ppp2Source: Official Facebook page of Papaya Playa Project


The tree house interiors include textiles and local art, along with an inner sanctum including a meditation chamber and a separate bathroom.


The tree houses come in addition to Papaya Playa’s existing casitas and cabanas, along with the Casa Palapa seafront beach house. They were built at an eco-friendly workshop located on the property.


ppp1Source: Official Facebook page of Papaya Playa Project


Our name Papaya Playa Project is congruent with our mission to constantly strive to better ourselves. It is a project that promotes continuous improvement toward the environment and a deep involvement with the community.  Our goal is to achieve a totally sustainable project that is of true benefit to the area,” said Papaya Playa Project founder Emilio Heredia.


ppp4Source: Official Facebook page of Papaya Playa Project

We strive to be a responsible company giving our guests an opportunity to step into an authentic experience of expansion,” he added.


ppp3Source: Official Facebook page of Papaya Playa Project


Tulum’s rich Mayan culture and heritage are an integral part of the guest experience and ethos. The intention has been to create a property that promotes a holistic and spiritual lifestyle, and supports a deep respect and connection to the natural environment.