Of the two Jaci's lodges, Tree Lodge is more orientated towards adults as opposed to Safari Lodge that is more family friendly. Although the two lodges are only a few hundred metres apart, they operate as two separate entities, not even the decor is the same.
Jaci's Tree Lodge sits high on stilts above the forest floor with interlinking wooden walkways. The large wooden and thatched suites all have private verandahs with views our into the surrounding tree line and river. All suites have en-suite bathrooms and outdoor showers; the bath is positioned so that one can take full advantage of the views while bathing. All rooms are air-conditioned.
The main lodge area is open plan with a dining area on one side and a bar on the other, a large fireplace separates the two. An outside fire pit is there for welcome drinks after a long game drive or to relax at during the course of the day.
There is a swimming pool for those that need to cool off during those hot summer days, the pool is not heated. Terrapin Hide and the Star Bed is but a short walk from the main lodge, just past the swimming pool.
No matter what meal is next on the menu one is sure that it is going to be tasty. Breakfasts to brunch to high tea to three-course dinners and dessert, one is in for a right royal treat.
Another aspect of Jaci's Tree Lodge that has to get a mention is the staff. We have always said that excellent service makes for an excellent safari, and it is at Tree lodge where that statement comes into play. Staff and service are absolutely amazing; those smiles never stop.
All photographs have been taken by us here at Uyaphi.com with the sole purpose of showcasing the Tree Lodge and her surrounding area from our point of view.
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