This one is for all the nature enthusiasts looking for a unique getaway in the open embrace of nature. We recently came across “Cloudline Treehouse” which is truly a piece of art – a charming treehouse located about one and half hour drive away from Kohima towards Dzuleke via Khonoma in Nagaland. By our first glimpse of the place, it is an ideal place to rejuvenate by being one with nature with a beautiful elevated view of the surrounding scenery. Situated at the foothill of KEDIEUTSÜKERÜ, Khonoma is one of the highest mountain in Nagaland with breath taking views with a rich flora and fauna.
Dreamy and unreal huh? Already excited to know more? Well, let’s chat with Vilieme Kuotsu, one of the founders to know more about “Cloudline Treehouse” and most importantly, how to book a room there!
Hello Vilieme! Please tell us about your venture “Cloudline Treehouse” and what is so special about it?
“Cloudline treehouse” was established in 2017 and founded by a group of like-minded people, all hailing from Khonoma village – Kohima, Nagaland. We are a group of childhood friends having common interest for nature, trekking, hiking and wild camping – though we are into different professions. ‘Cloudline treehouse’ is situated about one and half hour drive away from Kohima towards Dzuleke via Khonoma in Nagaland. It is a place to rejuvenate & refresh oneself guarantying you a serene and peaceful holiday. Situated at the foothill of KEDIEUTSÜKERÜ – Khonoma is one of the highest mountain in Nagaland with breathtaking views – it is also known for its rich flora and fauna.
Experience nature to the best with the mighty mountain behind and the grassland below, giving a unique experience and beautiful place to stay; hiking around the beautiful valley – five minute drive down to Dzuleke. Khonoma is one of the most visited village in Nagaland for its spectacular scenery and nature. We also provide camping tents, bonfire, fishing and other exciting activities.
Experience the one of it’s kind Tree House with the “Cloudline Treehouse” Adventure team
Camp with “Cloudline Treehouse” team to experience amazing adventures
Bonfire at the woods with “Cloudline Treehouse”
How did you guys come up with the name, “Cloudline Treehouse”?
Naming the brand was another thing altogether. After a long discussion on naming and research we couldn’t come up with any agreeable name, so we simply decided with cloudline treehouse as our tree house is situated at the level of the cloud line. That’s how it was named.
How did you guys come up with the idea and has your upbringing influenced your work?
As mentioned above, we love camping and hiking from an early age, so we decided to do something adventurous and different. We wanted to build something where we can also come together and spend our leisure time. We didn’t only build this for ourselves but wanted to bring people closer to nature where they could get to experience nature and its beautiful setting with bare minimum of modern set-up.
Being born and brought up in a village surrounded by mountains and forest have played a major influence on our work.
We couldn’t agree more when they say river fish taste the best!
Camping and chilling around bonfire with the Cloudline Treehouse team
What are the challenges that you are facing so far?
The challenges that we face are – not having a permanent caretaker at the treehouse, communication and transportation – as there is no telecom service and transporting materials.
Where can we buy or hire your products?
For any booking and inquiry, DM us on our social media page. You can also e-mail us at Cloudlinetreehouse7@gmail.com or connect us directly through a phonecall/whatsapp at +91 7085840035 /+91 84 14 954243 / +91 9863037673.
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