The Londolozi reserve has always been independent and family-run with a strong conservation ethic and commitment to both ecotourism and local community involvement. That’s not to mention a long-standing relationship with its resident leopards, possibly providing the best viewing of these beautiful yet elusive creatures anywhere in Africa.
Located on the banks of the Sand River in the Sabi Sands Game Reserve, Londolozi enjoys an enviable position on the edge of the Kruger National Park, with six million acres of bush teaming with the Big Five and the highest concentrations of elephant, buffalo, white rhino, and lion on the African continent: this is safari at its best.
It’s hard to find anything to fault with the lodges (especially having just been awarded Relais & Chateaux status), what with their refined natural elegance, personalised service and sense of history.
There are five different lodges to choose from with varying degrees of luxury and privacy although it has to be said that the standards remain exceedingly high throughout – Tree Camp, Founders Camp, Granite Suites, Pioneer Camp and Varty Camp.
The activities offered at the Londolozi reserve are broad and bespoke to every guest, and we highly urge you to try the sleep-outs and fishing.