This family owned lodge established in 1926 with Relais & Châteaux status, is among the world’s top luxury destinations. It is located on the Sand River in the heart of the Sabi Sand Game Reserve. It makes up part of the Greater Limpopo Transfrontier Park which covers six million acres and includes the famous Kruger National Park. Wild animals move freely across this vast space, presenting remarkable game viewing and the most authentic wildlife experience. Famous for their frequent and intimate leopard sightings due to the strong relationship and understanding between the rangers, trackers and wild leopards over the generations. It is truly a once in a lifetime experience.

© Londolozi 

© Londolozi 

Why this Game Reserve? 

Londolozi offers world class cuisine, exceptional and abundant game viewing and 5 camp options- all top class with only marginally varying degrees of luxury. The service is flawless and the staff will go above and beyond to make sure everything is perfect for the guests. The game viewing experience is a personal journey, and the highly knowledgeable and experienced rangers and trackers are there to make sure that you get the unique experience you are looking for. This may differ from another guests, but is bound to be an abundant one. There really is a special ethos. 

Facilities

The wide range of facilities includes pools at various villas, a large communal pool, a state of the art spa called the Healing House with an array of services on offer, a small boutique, a library, a full service kid's club called Cubs Den, a yoga deck and a photographic studio to rent equipment, edit and print your photos- what more could you want?

© Londolozi 

© Londolozi 

Social Impact

Londolozi's influence far extends your personal stay. Their social impact is impressive and they are committed to conservation and a sustainable future. This is where the name Londolozi, which means, protector of all things living, comes from. They undertake and run a variety of different programs to actively live this out.

© Londolozi

© Londolozi

Book here for an experience of a life time. Follow their blog to keep updated and learn more!

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This family owned lodge established in 1926 with Relais & Châteaux status, is among the world’s top luxury destinations. It is located on the Sand River in the heart of the Sabi Sand Game Reserve. It makes up part of the Greater Limpopo Transfrontier Park which covers six million acres and includes the famous Kruger National Park. Wild animals move freely across this vast space, presenting remarkable game viewing and the most authentic wildlife experience. Famous for their frequent and intimate leopard sightings due to the strong relationship and understanding between the rangers, trackers and wild leopards over the generations. It is truly a once in a lifetime experience.

© Londolozi 

© Londolozi 

Why this Game Reserve? 

Londolozi offers world class cuisine, exceptional and abundant game viewing and 5 camp options- all top class with only marginally varying degrees of luxury. The service is flawless and the staff will go above and beyond to make sure everything is perfect for the guests. The game viewing experience is a personal journey, and the highly knowledgeable and experienced rangers and trackers are there to make sure that you get the unique experience you are looking for. This may differ from another guests, but is bound to be an abundant one. There really is a special ethos. 

Facilities

The wide range of facilities includes pools at various villas, a large communal pool, a state of the art spa called the Healing House with an array of services on offer, a small boutique, a library, a full service kid's club called Cubs Den, a yoga deck and a photographic studio to rent equipment, edit and print your photos- what more could you want?

© Londolozi 

© Londolozi 

Social Impact

Londolozi's influence far extends your personal stay. Their social impact is impressive and they are committed to conservation and a sustainable future. This is where the name Londolozi, which means, protector of all things living, comes from. They undertake and run a variety of different programs to actively live this out.

© Londolozi

© Londolozi

Book here for an experience of a life time. Follow their blog to keep updated and learn more!

RELATED: Khwai Tented Bush Camp: A Slice Of Paradise In Botswana

RELATED: One Of A Kind Wonders In Southern Africa