Lion Sands Game Reserve: Where Love Turns Into An Adventure

Lion Sands in South Africa’s Kruger National Park is perfect for honeymooners.


The Kingston Treehouse

As one of the most romantic, idyllic and private getaways you’ll ever experience, Lion Sands Game Reserve is the perfect place to follow your heart. What’s more, really venturesome couples wanting to get closer to nature on an African safari can spend their nights under the stars in these tree-mendous treehouses.

Guests have all the comfort of a five star lodge but sleep under the incredible night sky, just yards away from lions, elephants, buffalo, leopards and rhinos in one of the three protected treehouses.
 

Chalkley Treehouse

The African landscape stretches as far as the eye can see and this is a special place to capture and enjoy its vastness and splendour. Adopting Guy Aubrey Chalkley’s brilliant idea of setting up camp in a tree to escape predators roaming the plains below, Lion Sands set up the ideal place to build the ultimate bush bedroom. This treehouse offers you a lavish platform under the African stars with all the comforts of a five star safari lodge.

Special: A sunset picnic dinner is provided for guests so you can enjoy an African dusk, relaxing and absorbing the vastness of the bush and how it transforms into night.
 

Kingston Tree House

Magnificent white boulders, a small drawbridge, and the pure and untouched wild with its uninhibited wildlife surround the Kingston Treehouse. Constructed entirely from wood and glass, with contemporary décor, the lodging is a unique place to enjoy the ever-changing views, no matter what’s happening outside.

The safe and luxurious 60m2 treehouse is situated about five minutes from the main lodge, and you will have radio contact with the rangers, should you choose to. Kingston is equipped with full bathroom and shower facilities and Africology products to complete your sensory experience.

Special: Before dinner, enjoy an hour-long massage under the stars to relax and soak in the nature around you. A yoga mat and chart are also provided for your use, should the whim strike you.
 

Tinyeleti Treehouse

Drift off to the rush of of the nearby Sabie River, tweeting birds or rustling predators. Tinyeleti means many stars and this treehouse is a vantage point to observe the magnificence of the Sabie River, all the life it sustains and the endless African landscape. Relying on a torch at night is another way of really getting in touch with nature. The Tinyeleti Treehouse is fully equipped for your relaxation and you can expect all the comforts of a luxury stay, such as the option of a relaxing head massage. Relying on a torch at night is another way of really getting in touch with nature.

Special: Enjoy dinner and sit on the 50m2 deck at sunset and watch as the animals come to drink from the river.
 

Kruger National Park
Covering an area of 7,580 square miles in the provinces of Limpopo and Mpumalanga in north-eastern South Africa, Kruger National Park is one of the largest game reserves in Africa.
It is home to all the Big Five game animals and is known as one of the finest safari areas in Africa. This can be attributed to the fact it has one of the highest densities of wildlife per square hectares. Additionally, sound environmental practices ensure the wildlife does not feel threatened by visitors, resulting in regular sightings of some of Africa’s most elusive predators and big game, often only a few metres from your 4x4.

Images courtesy of Solent News/REX

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