The Jackal-Berry tree house is built around three live African ebony trees (Diospyros mespiliformis) with un-spoilt views out across a dambo and lagoon system which is regularly visited by elephant and giraffe.
‘We had the luxury of being able to visit the Okavango Delta, Chobe National Park, the Kruger area and we enjoyed the differences at all of the places. But I think if I could only go to one place with the knowledge I have now, I would choose Zambia and the Flatdogs Jackalberry Treehouse. It is truly an exceptional accommodation!’Read more reviews on Trip Advisor
Guests at the tree house are provided with a hand-held radio, as the secluded nature of the tree house safari means that a vehicle is needed to transport you up and down from the main camp. The tree house is also on mains electricity and has 3-pin square plug sockets for recharging cameras and batteries. Since it’s open to the stars above and has no roof, the treehouse is available only during the dry season, from 5th April to 15th November each year.