Sleep Beneath the Stars and Above the Jungle with the Ngala Treehouse

Imagine safely lying back to take in the expansive night sky with all its stars. African brush surrounds you, and you can hear the wildlife going about their nightly routines. Lions roar in the distance, and you can sense the other Big 5 animals traipsing around. You feel perfectly safe, as you’re 39 feet in the air, reclining in the Ngala Treehouse offered by &Beyond. The South Africa retreat isn’t a dream, it’s a reality and you could experience it for yourself.

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Ngala Treehouse in South Africa

&Beyond has been offering personalized and high-end experiences for guests for going on 20 years. They own and operate 29 lodges around the world, with locations in safari, scenic, and island destinations. Their newest addition, the Ngala Treehouse, brings you into the 36,000-acre Ngala Private Game reserve, which is adjacent to the Kruger National Park, in South Africa. Here, the treehouse rises nearly 40 feet into the air. At first glance, the building looks like scaffolding that has been closed in, but it’s far more luxurious than that. The tower offers two sleeping areas. The top floor is an open platform that lets you sleep out of doors. There is a retractable awning if you need it, and the area makes a perfect lounging site for taking in the wilds. The second sleep area is on the third floor and is completely weatherproofed and comes with a king-sized bed. Below the sleep areas, you’ll find a kitchen that is stocked with drinks and snacks. There is also a full bathroom with an outdoor shower. An attendant is only a quick call away should you need anything.

The treehouse is a part of the &Beyond Ngala Safari Lodge and the Ngala Tented Camp. Whether you’re staying at either property, you can book a night in the Ngala Treehouse. Security isn’t an issue, as the treehouse is surrounded by a thorn boma fence. Staying there will give you an experience that few have enjoyed since the early days of mankind as you revisit our origins sleeping in the wilds of Africa.

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Ngala Treehouse bedroom

Ngala Treehouse stairway

Ngala Treehouse with table and chair in the kitchen

Ngala Treehouse South Africa

evening view of Ngala Treehouse

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