The Pezulu Tree House Safari Lodge nestles in a Private Game Reserve within the Limpopo province near the town of Hoedspruit. Set only 43 minutes away from the world-famous Kruger Park. Pezulu offers an excellent safari getaway destination from where to enjoy the tranquillity of the wild African bush. The Tree House enjoys a fantastic location from which easy access to the nearby attractions is available including the Kruger National Park, the scenic Panorama Route as well as animal rehabilitation centres.
The Lodge consists of ten thatch and reed tree houses and can accommodate a maximum of thirty-two guests at one time. Each chalet has been constructed to blend in with its surrounding environment while providing an element of luxury. The tree houses were built around trees which result in branches passing through them making for a unique accommodation option.
The thatched main building of the Lodge is entwined around a magnificent Marula tree. It is here where a welcoming lounge with a pool table, the dining venue, the reception with a curio shop as well as the unique and charming treetop bar can be found.
The rock swimming pool at the lodge provides the best place for the warm afternoons where a refreshing swim can be enjoyed. Guests are invited to relax on the hammocks and the comfortable pool lounges. The lookout deck provides a beautiful place from where to enjoy a sundowner while admiring the African sunset over the northern Drakensberg mountains. A mouth-watering three-course dinner is served for guests under the star-studded sky in the African boma.
Exciting early morning, as well as late afternoon safari drives, are offered in open 4x4 safari vehicles accompanied by knowledgeable rangers. Guests are invited to relax at the rock swimming pool, enjoy a refreshing sundowner at the lookout point or have a cooling beverage at the original treetop bar.
Due to its fantastic location, the many sights and attractions of Mpumalanga including the popular Panorama Route lie all within proximity to the Lodge. Day tours to the Panorama Route with stops at the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Center as well as the Moholoholo Rehabilitation Center are recommended.
A delicious combination of local South African and European dishes is available. Should visitors wish to celebrate a special occasion, then a romantic, private candlelight dinner can be arranged.