The Treetops Lodge is quaint and in its quaintness evokes a sense of raw romanticism. This is an old lodge dating from the 1930s. It was built during a tumultuous time of colonization and it burned down during the ensuing colonial upheaval. What makes it stand out is its untainted history.
On the death of her father, King George VI, on 6 February 1952, the young Princess Elizabeth became Queen while on holiday at this lodge. With sunset, lots of animals come to the lodge in search for salt which the staff plants in front of the lodge, providing guests with unforgettable sights of elephants, rhinos, hyenas and lots of buffalos.