A luxury, boho-chic stay filled with fantasy in Garden Route’s Wilderness

Escape to the Garden Route town, Wilderness, where Treedom Villas and Vardos is surrounded by unspoilt nature and the enchanting sound of birds chirping. Catering to both families and couples, Treedom is the ideal place to enjoy luxury with loved ones, with the choice of a boho-chic villa and a gypsy experience in luxury vardos. Minimising their impact on the environment, this stay’s eco-friendly priorities extend from their water storage and recycling methods to their organic vegetable garden and use of eco-friendly cleaning products. Spend time at the hot stone sauna and rain showers, take a dip in the heart-shaped pool and have dinner in the forest under a woven tunnel to complete the picture.

Stay Location

Facilities

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Sustainability Rating
Environmental Impact
4.3
Economic Impact
3.3
Socio-cultural Impact
3.3

Best time to go to Garden Route

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The best time to visit this region is in the warmer months of September to April. The Garden Route is rainy throughout the year and is a popular summer destination that can get busy over the Christmas holidays. You will soon understand why, as you feel the warm rays while kloofing, abseiling and paragliding or simply taking a dip in the azure Indian Ocean. The months of June to August are colder but will provide opportunities for whale watching (peaking in September) with more windless days to enjoy.

Rooms

Luxury Villa

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The Luxury Villa features a 4-poster bed with 100% cotton linen in addition to a loft area with 2 twin beds that can be converted into a king-sized bed. Guests have multiple relaxation areas such as a lounge with a fireplace, a private patio, and a floating daybed. The sizable bathroom and well-equipped kitchen both have exquisite boho-chic finishes.

Owl Vardo

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The Owl Vardo comes with a queen-sized bed with 100% cotton linen, a well-equipped kitchen, and a bathroom with a rain shower and a forest view. The private, enclosed garden is an extension of the living area. A large rocking daybed is perfect for stargazing next to the fire pit, while a private greenhouse allows dining lit by fairy lights.

Gypsy Vardo

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The Gypsy Vardo comes with a queen-sized bed with 100% cotton linen, a well-equipped kitchen, and a bathroom with a rain shower and a forest view. The private, enclosed garden is an extension of the living area. Guests can enjoy a braai area, a moon-shaped swing, and a 4-poster daybed before dining in a private greenhouse lit by fairy lights.

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