Londolozi Pioneer Camp
Londolozi Private Game Reserve is set in the world-renowned Sabi Sands in South Africa, and has exclusive rights over 7,000 hectares, with the opportunity to game drive through another 9,000 hectares of adjoining wilderness. The campfire first lit in 1926 by Charles Boyd Varty and Frank Unger by the banks of the Sand River has not changed location, and the Londolozi camps are now run by the grand-children and great grand-children of these founders. A member of Relais Chateaux since the early 1990s, Londolozi’s camps provide luxurious accommodation in one of South Africa’s finest game areas.
Accommodation & Facilities
Pioneer Camp is perhaps the most secluded of Londolozi’s five camps and is set amongst the dappled shade of 500 year old ebony trees. The three private suites have wonderful river views and are perfect for honeymooners or travellers seeking a secluded getaway. It is also possible to convert the whole camp into a beautiful private bush home to accommodate family groups of up to six adults and six children. Interiors are decorated with a clean, modern feel and Victorian-style bathrooms add to the sense of luxury. Floor to ceiling glass doors allow wonderful views over the wilderness beyond. Each suite has a private pool/jacuzzi, verandah, lounge area, air-conditioning, and WiFi.
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. Sleep-outs, adventure picnics, astronomy lectures, yoga and massages can also be arranged.