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South Africa | Mpumalanga
The story of Londolozi began over seventy years ago when two friends Charles Boyd Varty and Frank Unger, stood for the first time on the banks of the Sand River, where the water ran clear and cool over the granite rocks and the bushveld stretched to the horizon, untrampelled by the feet of man since the beginning of time. That night, amidst the roar of lions, as the first campfire tossed its sparks into the indigo sky, a dream was born that was to be passed down through generations. A dream of preserving Africa in all her wildness, sharing in her passion, adventure and golden joys.

Londolozi deck overlooking the Sand River
To this day the fire burns in the same spot as it did in 1926 and the story is shared of the extraordinary survival of Londolozi, demonstrating that wildlife can be used on a sustainable basis by all.

Bateleur Camp
Set in the world-renowned Sabi Sands, Londolozi has been rated as offering the best game experience in Southern Africa, offering prolific viewing of Africa's most impressive wildlife. At Londolozi, the promise of a great African safari adventure is certainly true.

Founders Camp
Bateleur Camp
Bateleur Camp, built on the site of the original hunting camp, pays tribute to the remarkable history and early days of Londolozi. The great golden sweep of thatch silhouettes the sentinal Jackalberry tree, whose enormous boughs grow through the main deck, creating a magnificent canopy under which exceptional meals of Pan-African cuisine are served.

The main deck at Founders Camp
The eight private rooms at Bateleur Camp are warm and rich, decorated in oppulent tones of teak and velvet, offset with striking African design and floors inlaid with mosaics. Each air-conditioned room overlooks its own teak verandah and private plunge pool. Set apart from the rest of the camp lie the two exclusive Granite Suites, built on the great water-smoothed boulders which command the most spectacular views of the Sand River and their own rockpools.

Founders Camp
Founders Camp
Founders Camp's five chalets and one suite are secluded in the thickly forested riverine environment. Linked by a series of meandering pathways, each air conditioned chalet and suite of this charming camp, features an en suite bathroom, wooden deck and vibrant ethnic tones of traditional carving and African hand painted fabrics.

Pioneer Camp
The suite has a stone-laid outdoor shower as an additional feature. Breakfast is served on the viewing deck, stilted above the gentle waters of a Sand River tributary, while magnificent dinner feasts in the starlit "boma" (reed enclosure) await guests returning from their evening game drive. Guests can spend their time relaxing by the pool, and enjoy game and bird viewing from the thatched viewing deck.

Pioneer Camp
Pioneer Camp
The three private suites and three private chalets of Pioneer Camp, situated upstream from Founders Camp, are warm and rich, decorated in opulent tones of teak and velvet, offset with striking African design and floors inlaid with mosaics. The exclusive suites with their romantic "sala" (intimate covered deck) are all air conditioned and have a hearth, en suite bathroom and a personal bar.

The main deck at Londolozi Safari Lodge
The private deck features a plunge pool and outdoor shower. Pioneer Camp's intimate guest area comprises open plan kitchen, lounge and dining areas. There is also a swimming pool and boma where evening meals are enjoyed under the stars.

Tree Camp
Safari Lodge
Safari Lodge has six intimate luxury chalets in dense riverine vegetation. Each chalet has air-conditioning and a ceiling fan. The en suite bathrooms feature a large bath and indoor shower plus a private outdoor shower. Each chalet has a wooden teak deck. Safari Lodge embraces simplicity and closeness to nature, while remaining elegant and true to Londolozi's world-renowned magical style.

Tree Camp
Tree Camp
Londolozi's Tree Camp, consisting of only six suites, affords elevated views of the wild bushveld beyond as it hovers 70 feet up, cradled by an ancient Ebony tree. Like the other camps of Londolozi, it lies along the sleek Sand River, where dawn is met by the echoeing call of the fish eagle and the misty snort of hippopotamus.

Elephant in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve
Each luxurious air-conditioned suite boasts its own cascading plunge pool and a private Sala, an intimate covered deck in the treetops, thick with huge African cushions.

Tree Camp suites offer a dreamy romance from their teak decks to sumptuous interiors of soft silks and suede, carved Zanzibarian lamps and spacious en-suite bathrooms where the flickering light from candelabra, plays over the stone floors, inlaid with pebbles from the Sand River.
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