Londolozi Private Game Reserve is set in the world-renowned Sabi
Sands in South Africa, and has exclusive rights over 7000 hectares. The
campfire that was first lit in 1926 by Charles Boyd Varty and Frank
Unger by the banks of the Sand River has not changed location, and the
camp is now run by the grand-children and great grand-children of these
Accommodation & Facilities
Londolozi is made up of five camps; Founders Camp, Pioneer Camp,
Bateleur Camp, Tree Camp and the safari Lodge. Each is private and
small, the largest camp being Bateleur with eight chalets and four
suites, all of which have a private verandah and plunge pool.
Accommodation at all the camps is made from natural materials, and the
calm colours used in the décor make all the rooms warm and inviting.
Dinners are often enjoyed by firelight in the boma, the outdoor, reeded
Wildlife & Activities
While at Londolozi guests can view some of Africa's most impressive
wildlife, particularly its famous leopards, on morning and evening game
drives, or on bush walks. The guides and trackers at Londolozi are
some of the best on the continent, and really add to the quality of a
stay at the camp. Guests are also invited to visit the nearby
communities of Lilydale and Huntington, where the long history of
community partnership with the camp is in evidence.
If you’re interested in staying at Londolozi as part of a safari holiday
in South Africa, give our African experts a call. We regularly visit
the lodges and camps we recommend and are ready to offer great advice
on constructing your perfect holiday.
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