About Pezulu Tree House Game Lodge
Pezulu is a small exclusive Tree House Game Lodge, situated in the game rich area of the Limpopo Province of South Africa, only 40 minutes from the Orpen Gate of the Kruger Park. The Lodge comprises of eight unique thatch and reed Tree Houses, accommodating a maximum of 22 people. Each unit has been built to blend with the environment whilst maintaining an element of luxury. No nails have been knocked into the trees, rather, the unit has been built around the trees, resulting in huge branches which are still growing, passing through the Tree House. Each unit is en suite and has a private balcony. You can sit on your balcony and have herds of animals passing below, or view a Giraffe eye to eye.
Safari: We offer game drives & walks as well as trips to Kruger National Park
Pezulu Tree House Game Lodge Rooms
Reviews for Pezulu Tree House Game Lodge16 guest reviews Reviews of
4.5 out of 5 stars
We spent just one night at Pezulu Tree House. Overall we really enjoyed the accommodation. the tree house is something special.Breakfast was really good, dinner okay . Unfortunately there was not enough food for all - dinner.Besides, I was asked in advance if we have any food intolerance or allergies - but this was not considered for breakfast or dinner.Service was good though. Price is also alright. We would recommend this accommodation and also the really good big5 game drive!
Thank you Claude for going out of your way and organising my wife's pillows to be dropped off at the main gate. She forgot them at the lodge. It was a great stay and we will be back again.
Eine wirklich sehr sehr schoene Lodge mit freundlichem Personal und mit bis ins detail durchdachten annehmlichkeiten! Kann ich nur weiterempfehlen!!!
Our stay at the lodge was fantastic. Mike and his wife were wonderful and really did more than what is normal to make our stay memorable. Our bush baby roommates were inspirational and they made our quiet late afternoon relaxation on the deck most enjoyable. The only complaint we had was not about Pezulu itself, but the contractor they used for our game drives. Orloef was a dissapointment and he did little to make our trip informative or enjoyable. I think the cost of having a driver instead of a ranger is excessive. Thank you to all the staff and management of Pezulu for making our stay... see more
What a wonderful experience as "man goes back to live in trees". Friendly staff, good food and beautiful recovery after the heavy floods 2 weeks before our arrival But be aware: consult their website or staff for prices of game drives, which are not included in the price quoted.Tree houses are not for sissies: due to the nature of the construction there are lots of insects, frogs and geckos inside the rooms (I guess snakes can also make it inside), so sleep under the mosquito net. Find out about "high tea (light meal)" included in the price, but which we somehow missed or weren't offered.The... see more
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