Treesleeper Camp is a beautiful, exclusive camp site in the bush nearby the village of Tsintsabis in Namibia. It is a community based and sustainable tourism project with a strong focus on the culture of the Bushmen (San) people, the first inhabitants of Southern Africa. In fact, the name ‘Treesleeper’ is a translation from ‘Hei//omn’, the local Bushmen tribe in the area and the traditional inhabitants of Etosha National Park and surroundings.
Treesleeper Camp is a camp site, but not just a camp site. It is an unforgettable experience of camping in the African bush. You can sleep up high between the trees! Choose at Treesleeper Camp what category of camp site you would like. We have made something for everybody who likes camping, in different price categories:
- Category 1: Campsite with shared ablution but no tree deck, N$ 45,- p.p.p.n.;
- Category 2: Campsite with shared ablution and a tree deck, N$ 70,- p.p.p.n.;
- Category 3: Campsite with a personal ablution block and a tree deck, N$ 90 p.p.p.n.
And if you do not have your own camping gear, do not worry. For only N$ 70,- p.p.p.n. we set up a tent for you, with a sleeping mattress, a sleeping bag, a pillow and we will give you some basic cooking equipment (a bundle of wood, some pots and pans and a gas stove). We can organise camping equipment for groups up to five people.
We provide firewood for your braai (barbeque), for only N$ 10,- per bundle.
You can use the tree decks as a viewing platform or for placing your tent if you prefer to sleep on the deck. All camp sites are private areas with a braai (barbeque), a tap, a picnic table (for four people), two solar lights and a bin. All ablutions have warm water provided by solar energy.
So in fact at Treesleeper Camp you can camp with lodge standards!