Monday, 12 March 2012

Our Pezulu Tree House Game Lodge experience

Our holiday to Pezulu Tree House was OUT OF THIS WORLD.  A few days away from the hussle and bussle of the city did me the world of good.  I not only got to stay in real tree house, we got to experience zebras, warthogs, giraffe and baboons right outside our balcony at our very own water hole!  What a phenominal experience. 

I got to hug a cheetah, hold a vulture on my arm, I got to ride a quad bike through an orchard and sit next to a two-month old rhino.

A wonderful experience that I will never forget.

Here's my holiday in pictures!

A Daft Scots Lass pets a two-year old Cheetah

Gorgeous ins't he?

Our Dining Area

The dirt road to Pezulu

Petting an Eagle

Standing next to an Eagle

Giraffes and warthogs from the look out point

Delilah the Leopard

The communal longue

Megan next to the 80kg Baby Rhino

Our Group

Megan on our Swing Chairs on our Private Balcony

Some of us in the rock pool

Quad Biking in the Orchard

After an hour's quadding in the orchard (half time)

Kaylin on her quad bike

Kaylin riding with Mummy

Megan riding with Daddy

Baby Rhino having a wee nap

The snake we came across on ur doorstep

Spider just outside our tree house's front door

Sunset in the Bush from our Balcony

Our TreeHouse

The girls inside the Tree House

The King Sized Beds in the Tree House with well-needed mozzie nets

A Daft Scots Lass holding a vulture

A Daft Scots Lass holding a vulture

Warthogs watching us

Wild Dogs up close!

Up Close and person with a Zebra

Local Zulu women in Pilgrim's Rest


Nat said...

Looks like a fantastic holiday... love all the photos :-)

YeamieWaffles said...

Seems like such an awesome holiday to me DSL, I'm pretty jealous in all honesty! Love the cheetah too, looks so badass. Love your dress as well, it mightn't surprise you but the weather over in the UK isn't exactly dress weather yet!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

The place looks amazing! I'd want to stay for weeks. Glad your family had an awesome time.

Leah said...

DSL, those are wonderful pics. Thank you so much for sharing!

cat said...

Apart from the snake it looks simply fantastic

jenette or more commonly known as "j" said...

Love your dress! Looking good! :) And 2 years old cheetah? He looks MUUUUCH older than that! hahaha! Guess whose been eating his jungle oats in the morning ^^ lol. hahaha.

Anna Smith said...

Oh wow that looks amazing, except for the spider just outside the door, yikes! :)

Introducing Mr. Cool said...

Wow! What fabulous pictures of you & your family on a holiday! So very interesting too. Thanks so much for sharing.

Sub-Radar-Mike said...

This looks like SUCH a good time! I miss Africa, thank you for these lovely pictures. That cheetah looks huge, I can't believe it's only two years old.

Mark said...

Thanks for letting me experience your trip with you. It was fun!

Curmudgeon said...

Waaay cool! Never see that in the States.

JamericanSpice said...

Wow what a wonderful experience!! Thanks for sharing all the awesome photos!
I'd love to do something like that with the kiddies.

And I love your dress!

Jim Deans said...

Looks like you had a fabulous time.
Takes me back to my days in the South American rain forest. Our accommodation was a little more basic then. Most essential was the mossie net. You had quite elaborate ones in the tree house I see.

Ami said...

AWESOME!! Thanks for sharing the photos, closest I'll ever get!

Xmasdolly said...

Okay now, that's really different. Not sure about the snake on the front door step or the spider thingy and the much needed nets and holding falcons, but I'm luvin your sandals. When you're all done with those you can send them to me. I take hand me downs. LOL Who luvs ya girl! Thanks for sharing the great pics & Megan looks just like ya.

royalegacy said...

I looks like you had a great time! I wonder if I will ever be able to experience this?

Wreckless Euroafrican said...

Communal LONGUE???? Other wise - looks fantastic!!


junebug said...

I'm in complete awe!! It looks like an inspiring place to visit. I must add this to my travel wish list.


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