• Wildlife • Sleeps 2
With one of the highest and most bio-diverse wildlife populations on the continent, Sabi Sand Reserve is the oldest of South Africa’s private reserves, and reputedly the origin of wildlife tourism in Southern Africa.
Chalkley Treehouse is an idyllic hideaway for two built on the site where Guy Aubrey Chalkley, ancestor of the current owners, first made camp in a centuries-old leadwood tree. While there’s no electricity (or WiFi) here you certainly won’t be roughing it, there are plenty of creature comforts including a deluxe king-size bed.
Arrive at sunset and enjoy a picnic dinner, while watching animals wander by before falling asleep under the stars.
Chalkley Treehouse is one of a number of treehouses, lodges and boutique hotels in the More collection, a family-owned business now in its fourth generation.