In the treetops on stilts in the tranquillity of the local fever tree forest, one can find the Zululand Tree Lodge in South Africa KwaZulu-Natal province. The Lodge features a great guest area. The outdoor swimming pool and the bar look onto the beautiful fishpond. The waterhole is visited daily by families of warthogs and nyala. Comfortable loungers provide the perfect place for relaxation. Visitors may enjoy the breathtaking scenery while taking a leisurely walk on various footpaths through the large fever tree forest and riverbed.
Paved pathways lead to twenty-four luxuriously appointed thatched roofed chalets which face the fever trees. Each room features its private viewing deck from where guests can observe the surrounding wilderness in private seclusion.
The Zululand tree lodge chalets offer scenic views of the forest through large glass sliding doors. The cottages feature en-suite bathrooms with showers, dressing rooms, coffee/tea making facilities, bar fridges, mosquito nets, ceiling fans and private viewing decks.
The Delicious Pan-African cuisine is served for dinners at this Lodge with the complimenting sounds of the reserves nightlife and the spectacular views. The meal times are available at different locations such as the Tree Lodge Restaurant with its beautiful wooden finishes or the Bush dinner site. The rustic African style boma provides the perfect venue to enjoy dinner under the star-studded African sky next to a roaring fire. The bush dinner location is hidden in a spectacular clearing in between Fever Trees, with a candle-lit pathway leading to it, offering a genuinely African bush experience.