[The Bucket List] Treehouses at Lion Sands Private Game Reserve

[The Bucket List] Treehouses at Lion Sands Private Game Reserve

In this series we give you an inside glimpse at bucket list activities that will take your jetsetting from basic country hopping to once-in-a-lifetime experiences.

[The Bucket List] Treehouses at Lion Sands Private Game Reserve

Kingston Treehouse

Going on safari in Africa to see the ‘Big 5′ is something that tops most travelers’ bucket list, and everyone knows there’s no better place to do that than at Kruger National Park in South Africa.  But why stop there? Kick the bucket list experience up a notch with a stay in one of the stunning treehouses at Lion Sands Private Game Reserve.

Live out your big kid fantasies in one of their divine luxury treehouses. The Kingston, Chalkley and Tinyeleti treehouses are built around ancient trees, with fabulous views over the plains, and exactly what your inner child dreams of.



Kingston Treehouse

Kingston Treehouse

Kingston Treehouse

Kingston Treehouse

Total privacy, surrounded by the sky during the day and stars by night, comforted by modern amenities and wrapped in heavenly luxe.

Chalkley Treehouse

Chalkley Treehouse

Chalkley Treehouse

Chalkley Treehouse

Each of the three treehouses provides a distinctive feel and an unforgettable experience making it hard to choose which one will be your favorite (I’m leaning towards Kingston!).  Maybe the third piece to this bucket list adventure could be to eventually stay in all three!

Tinyeleti Treehouse

Tinyeleti Treehouse

Tinyeleti Treehouse

Tinyeleti Treehouse

Now this bucket list item doesn’t come cheap.  A night in one of these outdoor playhouses can start at around $280 depending on the season. However, part of the fun in having a bucket list is making your wildest travel dreams come true, and this is one bucket list check that will be worth every PB&J sandwich you’ll have to eat to get there.


Danielle T. Pointdujour is a Senior Editor for EBONY and JET. You can follow her writing, musings and global adventures on her blog Hotel Whisperer and on Twitter and Instagram.





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