Many of us are still unwilling to travel to somewhere crowded but nestled between South Africa’s Timbavati Nature Reserve and Kruger National Park might be something different. Sprawling across 36,000 acres, the unfenced reserve makes for an undisturbed experience while taking in Africa’s spectacular wildlife.
The four-level treehouse features two sleeping areas, one of which is under a retractable awning for an al fresco slumber. The treehouse also comes with a fully stocked bar and coffee station, with guests being offered a picnic or tapas-style dinner. A king-sized bed, hot running water, and a separate flushing toilet provide all the comfort needed during your stay.
With no Wi-Fi, guests are encouraged to put down their devices and soak in the surroundings. Guests are also encouraged to partake in game drives, which can be done day or night, and bush walks with experienced rangers.
However, this treehouse sleepout is only available to guests who are already booked in at either the Ngala Safari Lodge or Ngala Tented Camp. While there is no limit to the number of nights guests can spend at the treehouse, during the day they must return to either the lodge or camp.