Magical Tree Houses for Couples at Safari Destination in South AfricaParktown North, Gauteng (South Africa)
Magical Tree Houses for Couples at Safari Destination in South Africa
"This treehouse was amazing – the lodge really is looking lovely and we loved the suite. My husband loved the fact that he could strip down and sit on…"
These luxury tree houses, near the Mala Mala Game Reserve in South Africa, boasts nine luxury suites, each of which provides complete privacy. Whether guests choose to spend time at their own private plunge pool overlooking the Sabie River, reclining on the couch in a comfortable lounge, lazing on a bed with a good book, or soaking in a bubble bath, glampers will not be cheated of the breathtaking panoramic view.
Guests will also receive three meals each day, in addition to teas and coffees, soft drinks, locally branded beers, spirits, and house wines, as well as a mini bar in the villa. They will also receive two game drives daily with a qualified ranger and tracker and will be provided with game drive refreshments and snacks.
Children above the age of ten are welcome and there are plenty of activities available for them.
Fresh produce is prepared in imaginative, tasteful, and artful ways in a number of spectacular settings around this glamping site, with options that cater to all needs and wants.
- Air conditioning
- Double bed
- Safari/Game drive
- Infants allowed
- Children allowed
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Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
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Location and surroundings
Parktown North, Gauteng (South Africa)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Safari/Game drive
The host takes pleasure in crafting exciting and unusual experiences for the adventurous at heart. Guests can take a fascinating bush walk or a have a fabulous night out under the stars. Close encounters with Africa's prized Big Five (including the lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino, and elephant) will have guests' adrenaline coursing!
Excitement rides high in discovering an intensely wild adventure every day during a private African safari tour. Visitors can rise before dawn to set off through the early morning mist in search of game, or watch the sun set over a dusty horizon as the nocturnal world emerges, where guests will find the highest concentration of wildlife on the sub-continent. Similarly, guests can head out on foot in the company of armed guides to discover an altogether different view of Africa!
The Sabi Sand Reserve is the oldest of South Africa’s private reserves, and the origin of wildlife tourism in Southern Africa and there is no other place on earth quite like The Kruger National Park. It is a mammoth tract of untouched wilderness and is one of the very few places left on earth which bears no trace of civilization.