Top Ten Tree House Accommodations
If you are looking for a unique accommodation what could be more fun than staying in a tree house. Here is a list of our top ten tree house accommodations.
There are 10 different tree houses on the hillside next to the lodge and beside the Caves Branch River. They feature electric fans and lights, hot and cold water, electric outlets, screens and beautiful local art pieces.
Rates: 1 Bedroom $426 – $591
2 Bedroom $591
The tree house has incredible views of the Zambezi River and features a king size bed,
mosquito net, air conditioner and plenty of space for lounging and private dining. This tree house will bring the outdoors in with an amazing open claw foot bath where you can soak while enjoying the view.
Rates: $751 per person/per night – fully inclusive
The luxury tree house rests on three trees and sits 35 feet off the ground. The 517 sq. foot, 1 bedroom Tranquilitree accommodation provides panoramic views of the estate. The Serenetree accommodation has one large bedroom with 2 bathrooms and easily fits a family of four. The tree houses have a TV, DVD, Satellite receiver, mini fridge, electronic safe, and a coffee and tea maker.
Rates: $161.43 for 2 night / 3 day package
Chateaux Dans Les Arbres
There are 5 different tree house that fit between 2-6 people. The tree houses look like mini castles and come with heating and cooling, WiFi, Jacuzzi’s. some have mini bars and fireplaces.
Cabanes Des Grands Lacs
Sitting between 16 to 39 feet above the ground, the tree houses sit among 370 acres of one hundred year old oak trees and forest, none of the houses are the similar. Great care has been taken to protect the trees thus no nails or screws are used on the trees themselves. And each year the mooring is adjusted to take into account the growth of the tree and ensure its health. There is no water or electricity in the tree houses.
Rates: $140 – $167 per night
After making your way through the African bush and winding around some large white boulders, you will cross the draw bridge to your magnificent, open tree house. The Kingston tree house is equipped with a full bathroom and shower as well as Africology products. You will sleep under the stars in a luxury bed but don’t worry you will have a net around the bed to keep out the little buggers. There is no electricity or WiFi. There is Radio communication in case of an emergency. The tree house sleeps up to 4 people and includes dinner.
Rates: $277 per person / per night
Ariau Amazon Towers
Get a bird’s eye view of the amazon forest in a canopy level tree house. The tree houses feature private balconies where guests can enjoy views of the lush flora and fauna of the Amazon rainforest while searching for wildlife. The tree house have queen size beds and spacious bathrooms.
Rates: approx.. $400 per night
While the Four Seasons offers tented accommodations there is nothing that resembles “camping” here. These are luxury all- inclusive accommodations that include round trip airport transfers, meals, house wines and spirits, elephant trekking and spa treatments. The 581 square foot tents include a custom made hot tub, hardwood bush chairs, paddle fans, complimentary mini bar, outdoor shower, 2 person tub and an large outdoor deck. Internet, safe and twice a day housekeeping is provided. There is an age limit of 10 years and older for guests.
Rates: Approx. $2200 per night (various packages offered)
Tree House Lodge
You will enter your split level tree house by way of the suspension bridge. On the top level you will find a double king size bed and a small en-suite toilet, down stairs there is a second double bed, a single bed and a kitchen. All the windows are open but screened to keep out any bugs. The shared bathroom is on the ground level where a 100 year old Sangrillo tree shelters the toilet in one of its trunk fold and an outdoor shower in another. The tree house sleeps up to 6 people.
Rates: starting at $300 per night
Marc's Treehouse Lodge
There are 12 different tree houses to choose from with a variety of layouts and accommodating from a couple of people to a family. Some of the tree houses are en-suite while others are have bathrooms just a few steps away. These are fairly ruff style tree houses, though they have electricity and fans there is no internet service, heating or air, just a fan. The appeal of these tree houses is that you have they are spread enough out so that you have the feeling you are out in the African bush alone without the “tourist crowd” feel, they are also located on a game reserve so the animals are free to roam around as they please. Breakfast and dinner are included.
Rates: Varies depending on the package you purchase. 2 -6 day packages available. $511 – $1514