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Very quiete and peacefull place! Unique experience in a small lodge built of tree houses just in front of a waterwhole in a private park. Lovely location run by people who really care. We already stayed in a couple of lodges but here we are...More
A true safari experience, but rustic. 4 room lodge is built on stilts of all local materials. Overlooks a water hole, which was overgrown at the end of the rainy season. Decent WiFi. Outdoor showers can be cold. Food was excellent. No AC, no pool....More
This was stunning. The hotel overlooked a watering hole. It was visited by birds and animals throughout the day.
The chef ensured all food was delicious.
The rooms were stunning....with views of the water hole and showers that overlooked it too.
We loved the poems...More
You don't get much closer to sleeping next to wildlife. Very serene and beautiful. The tented rooms are comfortable and well appointed. Service is good overall. Restaurant served delicious meals. Nice excursion around the property.
In this small game lodge having only four tents, our tent number 4 was next to a path leading to the waterhole in front of the lodge. It was amazing sitting on our balcony/terrace and having the different animals pass along so closely as they...More
Hi Gail, During September the waterhole at Treetop is active all day long with different animals at different times. early morning and evening is best for possible Lion and leopard sightings, from about 9 am the antelope... More
Hi Gail, During September the waterhole at Treetop is active all day long with different animals at different times. early morning and evening is best for possible Lion and leopard sightings, from about 9 am the antelope start coming in all the way to lunchtime.
I suggest you book a game drive into Etosha the first day and just relax at the lodge the next.
Visiting Fort is only allowed with prior arrangement as too many visitors can impact on Fort guests privacy. When at Treetop ask the manager if he can arrange this for you. Travel safely and we look forward seeing you at Treetops!