Tree houses were designed for kids, to evoke their innermost imaginations and to create fantastical stories. And to keep them busy for hours on end while G n Ts go down for the grown ups in the garden! A fortress built in the trees, a lookout loft, a secret place for tea-parties, or an exclusive hangout with a no entry sign on the door; tree houses have forever created memories fondly remembered into adulthood.
Nowadays, we might not desire a place to feed plastic cake to barbie dolls, but wouldn’t it be an absolute dream to spend a night in the African bush, cradled in the tree tops under the magnificence of the stars? A four-poster bed draped in a mosquito net to escalate comfort, a thatched roof and drop-down canvas walls for cooler nights; Africa on Foot‘s treehouse is designed for the adventurous and the romantic.
Located just outside of the Africa on Foot camp, there’s space for 2 in a Queen-size bed with a view that overlooks the spectacular Klaserie Private Nature Reserve. The double storey wooden structure is designed to offer guests an extra special experience to delve even deeper into the bush if they would so like. Timber stairs climb from the ground up to the open-air bedroom with a view of the sunset that settles into the deep dark of the night.
Fathers and sons camp out for a night of adventure, decoding the calls of the wild and out-braving each other, cementing memories to last a lifetime. Couples young and old enjoy the romance of spending a night in the gentle sway of the trees and the unadulterated amour of the African bush.
Ask to spend a night at the tree house during your stay at Africa on Foot and our your guide will escort you there on the night, while you are welcome to walk the short distance back to the lodge once the sun has risen in the morning.