Londolozi reserve, a private reserve inside the Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve, has its roots in the rich history dating back to 1926, and still owned by the same founding family. This adds to the hospitable atmosphere at all the camps ensuring that guests are treated intimately. As the first game reserve in the world to obtain the Relais & Chateaux status, this is a highly acclaimed accreditation recognizing their contribution and commitment to providing luxurious accommodation, fine cuisine and outstanding service.
Londolozi Tree Camp was heaven…the accommodation was superb, the service amazing, our guide (Kate) was sensational…we desperately want to go back on safari and I don’t think we will even consider anywhere else but Londolozi! – David Lloyd – Australia
Three of the six suites at Londolozi Tree Camp extend into the treetops via a short private walkway.These suites are also popular with those who are uncomfortable with the possibility of waking up to large predators outside their bathroom door. All of the suites have en-suite bathrooms or you can also experience an outdoor shower overlooking the Sand River.
An ambiance of African simplicity, without losing any aspect of colonial safari luxury is exactly what Londolozi Tree Camp wishes to offer their guests at the camp. This camp is truly changing the way people think of wilderness retreats.
Your days will be occupied by a magnitude of activities, and of course, excellent game viewing in open Land Rovers. The experienced rangers will ensure that you get the most out of your twice-daily trips that are perfectly complimented with bird watching and stargazing. For the safari explorer enthusiasts, Londolozi offers guided nature walks giving you a wonderful experience to reconnect with nature. The interpretive centre is also well worth a visit and you are invited to attend the bush presentations on offer or to take a cultural visit to local Shangaan Village.
This is truly going to be a life changing experience with so much on offer. End off a busy day out in the bush with a candle-lit bush dinner, where the pan-African flavours of fine cuisine will tempt your pallet and the sounds of the African night will fill the air around you or enjoy the authentic atmosphere while dinning in the camp’s African boma. These experience are exactly what makes this one of the most popular and enjoyable private game lodges in Africa.
Imagine waking up in your private suite in Londolozi Tree Camp, strolling out onto your balcony that extends into giant treetops, and slipping into your own private cascading plunge pool for a morning swim – while you check out which of the Big Five have wandered down to the watering hole below. Londolozi Tree Camp is one of the only private game reserves to offer this kind of experience, and it does so in majestic fashion.
Three of the six suites at Londolozi Tree Camp extend into the treetops via a short private walkway. Outdoor showers overlooking the Sand river, an authentic African boma and delicious pan-African cuisine make this one of the most popular and enjoyable private game lodges in Africa.
- Elevated suites, some of which extend out onto elevated decks nestled in the treetops, make Londolozi Tree Camp a stunning and unique African game viewing experience. These suites are also popular with those who are uncomfortable with the possibility of waking up to large predators outside their bathroom door.
- Luxurious 5-star accommodation, en-suite bathrooms (with outside showers) and stunning elevated views from all suites.
- An ambiance of African simplicity, without losing any aspect of colonial safari luxury.
- 6 suites
- This camp is changing the way people think of wilderness retreats
- Unique covered decks, or ‘Salas’ which extend into the treetops
- Fully licensed bar and restaurant
- Private infinity-style plunge pools
- Self-service mini-bar
- Daily game drives (for those not content with simply watching the game from their elevated deck in the treetops)
- Guided game walks
- Candle-lit bush dinners
- Approximately four hours journey by car from Johannesburg
- Three hours by car from Nelspruit
- Access by air is possible either by flying to Hoedspruit airport, which is only around 50km away, or a private air strip within the reserve is available for chartered flights