Comprising five separate camps over 14,000 game-rich hectares, in the heart of the Sabi Sands Game Reserve, Londolozi is a thoroughly luxurious but down to earth safari destination, which prides it self on its excellent standard of guiding.
Five beautifully designed lodges situated on the banks of the Sand River, in the heart of Sabi Sand Game Reserve within the Greater Kruger National Park.
Each camp has its own distinctive style and unique characteristics offering fine cuisine and exceptional service.
Londolozi is a 14000 hectare exclusive safari destination home to some of the most amazing animals.
Activities to enjoy include not only game drives in open vehicles but bush walks, yoga, massages and even gazing at the stars.
Londolozi Private Game Reserve is a 14,000-hectare exclusive safari destination situated in the heart of the renowned Sabi Sands Game Reserve, on the western border of Kruger National Park. Offering unparalleled game viewing, the lodge is made up of five separate camps, each with its own distinctive style and unique characteristics. Londolozi was the first game reserve in the world to be accorded Relais & Chateaux status, reinforcing its commitment to luxurious accommodation, fine cuisine and exceptional service.
Steeped in early history of Londolozi - unique, peaceful and remote, this wild untrammelled wilderness is still the defining experience at Pioneer Camp. The six cottages have interiors that conjure old English indulgence with an African twist. Evident colonial characteristics include elegant cream teas and silver teapots. The camp has a feeling of leisurely indulgence.
With just five chalets, the camp is enchanting and intimate. This is the safari in the classic style, with classic black and cream ticking fabric and original mahogany beds. Deep leather sofas, military chests and compass safari lamps, create a mood of easy luxury and a laid back welcome to families and travellers alike.
A campfire has burned here for over 80 years making Varty the symbolic heart and soul of Londolozi. The decor echoes tones of the architects continuing love affair with the earth. During building, great care was taken with every tree, reflecting the families passion for sustainability. With a down to earth quality, children are more than welcome. All rooms have a private swimming pool, the living spaces are raised off the ground and shaded under a cathedral of trees.
The Tree Camp has been coined the most stylish family run camp in Africa. With its six suites, the camp has a double dose of glamour. It continually transcends guests expectations. Elegance and perfect simplicity are hall marks. The suites all have private a swimming pool.
The three stunning Granite Suites are perfect for a couple wanting to escape to the African bush in these stunning and very private suites. Each suite has its own heated plunge pool.
When to visit
Families, make the most of Londolozi's fantastic child programme, including learning how to track and guide!
Londolozi is located in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, adjacent to the Kruger National Park, South Africa's biggest and best game reserve. There are no fences between the Kruger and the Sabi Sand, allowing animals to roam freely and retrace their natural migration patterns. The Kruger National park spans 20,720km², 350km long and 60km wide, and is one of the world's largest wildlife sanctuaries.
The park is located in the north-east of South Africa, easily accessible by road from Johannesburg (5 hours). There are also daily flights from Johannesburg to either Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport (KMIA) or Hoedspruit and for the utmost in convenience, you can fly directly to Londolozi airstrip.
4WD Game Drives
Go on private or shared game drives in the world famous Greater Kruger Area, South Africa to see the Big 5 - lion, elephant, leopard, buffalo and rhino - and a host of other animals. The Kruger is also a brilliant spot for birders so pack some binoculars.
Search for leopard in the Sabi Sands
The Sabi Sands is widely regarded as one of the most rewarding regions for spotting leopard in Africa. With good populations and the ability to go on night game-drives which coincides when these big cats are most active, all you need is good timing!