A shining example of eco-tourism, Londolozi Founders Camp embraces community involvement and has done far-reaching work in land management and wildlife rehabilitation. Being a family-run operation, it embraces visitors with families too, and children of all ages are welcomed to experience the safari life. As Londolozi Founders Camp is situated on the banks of the Sand River, in the Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve, which borders the Kruger National Park, Londolozi, is a haven for experiencing riverside wildlife antics. Getting up close and personal with wild animals and even the Big 5 is a must with game drives and walks every day. Or if visitors want to relax with more sedate bush experiences, bird watching and stargazing provide plenty of fascinating entertainment. Then there’s always the simple luxury of lazing by the pool for an afternoon.
The atmostphere at Londolozi Founders Camp is pure colonial comfort, with opulent cream sofas and dark wood and leather furniture providing stylish surrounds. Mahogany beds, military chests and old photographs dotted everywhere (even next to the deep baths) provide an authentic touch, which sees families feeling very much at home at this top-class lodge.
Londolozi Founders Camp is also an intimate establishment, with only seven chalets and three superior chalets hidden in the shade of age-old ebony trees. Visitors can enjoy privacy on their own verandas with views over the river, or revel in watching game from the communal viewing deck. Good weather sees meals being served outside in the boma, and the cuisine is superb, with organic and free-range ingredients being of utmost importance.
A rare combination of family-friendly safari and luxurious lodge experience, Londolozi Founders Camp ensures visitors get the most out of their African wildlife adventure trip.
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Daisy Du Plessis
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Honeymoon – Cape Town and Londolozi
This honeymoon couple kept it simple but luxurious. Choosing to just go to two fabulous and completely contrasting destinations - Cape Town and Londolozi Game Reserve. They stayed in the plush Table Bay Hotel overlooking the V&A Waterfront and Table Mountain and enjoyed privately guided day tours tailored to their pace and interests. Then they flew into the Sabi Sands for a a few days on safari at Londolozi Founder's Camp.