Ndovu Bonde Tree House

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Words cannot do justice for ndovu bonde tree house . It's worth every penny and then some. The two tree houses are well separated so you never feel like your privacy is being invaded, unless it's the wildlife watching you!

The tree house itself is beautiful in its simplicity, from the wind chime to the four poster bed via the jacuzzi to the bathroom.

The views are breath taking. Watching the sun set from the jacuzzi is something you will remember forever.

As was seeing a leopard for the first time after years of safaris and never seeing one!

We spent two nights here, and I'd say two is better than one.

We spent the first night sleeping out on the balcony. I've never seen so many stars or heard such a fantastic cacophony of sounds.

Said and Maulai looked after us so well. The food and service were absolutely first class. Faultless.
This is a very, very special place and I can't wait to return.

You are picked up from your local hotel by jeep and taken to the Sable Valley passing fantastic plantations and small villages.

When you arrive you are greeted by your Butler with a cold drink and your requests for lunch.

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The rest of the day is at your leisure.

The treehouse itself is lovely and clean with beautiful views across the valley.

Just before sunset your Butler will run the jacuzzi with lots of bubbles and will serve you sparkling wine in the jacuzzi.

You are then left to enjoy the views and get ready for your 3 course dinner which is served on your balcony by candlelight.

After dinner you are served hot drinks and the four poster bed is then rolled out onto the balcony should you wish to sleep under the stars.

Which we choose to do and glad we did even though a little strange at first as all you can hear are the noise of the animals and obviously no lighting other than the stars. A bushbaby came to visit the first night as we left him some sugar by the jacuzzi.

The 2nd day you are taken on a walk of the plantations before breakfast to see exactly what is grown in the area. After that the schedule for the day is the same as the day before just relaxing eating and drinking.

The staff is fantastic and couldn’t have wished for a more enjoyable stay

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