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Londolozi Game Reserve Reviews & Information

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Dining at Londolozi Private Game Reserve

The lodge offers superb cuisine as a part of the experience. Morning snacks are on offer on the game drives, a full English and continental breakfast follow, and then lunch, indulgent high tea, sundowner treats and a fabulous fireside evening banquet or a private dinner. 

The selection of seafood on offer is by the Southern African Responsible Seafood Initiative. The recipes are a source of great pride as many have been handed down through the family or were created over time in the kitchen. Every ingredient is chosen with care, where chefs enjoy cooking with home-grown organic produce, free-range game and herbs from the kitchen garden. 



Spa Facilities

The Wellness Centre at Londolozi is named Londolozi Life. The spa aims to restore the balance between body, mind and soul. The treatments draw inspiration from ancient healing methods.

The Life Centre is designed to fall squarely within the base area of the Nilotic Meridian - a line running north-south from pole to pole at 31 degrees East longitude. This line is known as the line of first time and is revered as a place of high energy and significance.

Activities, Sports & Leisure

Safari Drives or Walking Safaris

Game drives at Londolozi are run by professional rangers and trackers who are constantly on the lookout for fresh animal tracks in pursuit of elusive animals. Londolozi’s Rangers specialise in photographic safaris, and they give advice and knowledge so that the guests can get the best photograph possible. Exploring the reserve on foot is encouraged as a means of truly engaging in the natural environment.


The well-equipped fitness room at Londolozi overlooks the expansive swimming pool. Facilities at the gym include weights, a rowing machine, treadmill and spinning bike. Pilates and yoga classes are also given on the private deck.


Some sports are available at Londolozi. These sports include clay-pigeon shooting, swimming and fishing in the river systems off the reserve.

Spa treatments

The Wellness Centre at Londolozi is named Londolozi Life. The spa aims to restore the balance between body, mind and soul. The treatments draw inspiration from ancient healing methods, and the Life Centre is designed to fall squarely within the base area of the Nilotic Meridian - a line running north-south from pole to pole at 31 degrees East longitude. This line is known as the line of first time and is revered as a place of high energy and significance.


Guests at Londolozi are encouraged to explore the Shangaan staff village and learning centre. Here visitors can learn about the modern day blend of ancient civilisations with the contemporary way of life. Day trips visit the communities that surround the Sabi Sand Reserve, making for an excellent cultural experience.


Check in and Check Out Times
  • Check in: 14:00
  • Check out: 10:00
General Services
  • Airport transfers
  • Babysitting
  • Housekeeping service
  • Internet connection
  • Kid's entertainment
  • Laundry services
  • Safari drives
  • Tours & Transfers on Request
  • Walking safaris
Children Policy
  • Varty and Founders Camp can accommodate children between the ages of 4 and 16 years old however game drives only provide children of 6 and older.

Children Activities
  • At Londolozi, there is an emphasis on family. The Cubs programme aims to educate children in managing and conserving Africa’s incredible biodiversity. The children learn about various cultures and survival in the wilderness. 

    The Cub’s Den has fish ponds, stationary Land Rovers, campout tents and an Educational Centre. Bushveld excursions are guided by the Cub Coach, who oversees all the children’s activities.

    Children activities include:

    • Paper Mache
    • Candle Making
    • Baking
    • Spoor identification
    • Bird watching
    • Bug catching
    • African dance
    • Bead making
    • Singing & Drumming
    • Gumboot dancing
    • Fishing
Social Responsibility
  • The Londolozi Future-Nature Bush School's philosophy is to build love and enthusiasm for the world. The school promotes caring for people of different cultures and the natural world. At the school, young people are given the opportunity to discover mammals and birds, plants and trees and individuals around them.

    Londolozi has also partnered with the Good Work Foundation to create a not for profit organisation promoting the education of disadvantaged people in rural areas. 

    Through education and aligned building interventions, using the wilderness as the classroom, the partnership influences and invests in young people and helps them to become the best version of themselves, to contribute to their communities and South Africa. 

    Londolozi also runs some wildlife conservation and heritage projects.

Available Rooms

Pioneers Camp (Suites)

# Rooms:

Pioneer Camp reflects the history of the reserve as it was here that over eighty years ago the Varty and Taylor fathers arrived after four days of hard travel they erected their tents. They awoke in a splendid panorama of breathtaking beauty.

Unique, peaceful and remote, this wild forest is still the experience at Pioneer Camp. A 510-year-old riverine forest throws dappled light on the three private cottages and provides a climactic backdrop for the camp's past.

This camp can also be converted into a private bush home for family groups of 6 to 14 people through linking glass sky walkways into interconnected family units.

The Old English indulgence reflects our heritage with an African twist. The influences are evident in the elegant cream interiors, silver teapots and Portmeirion crockery. Guest Cottages are themed with historical memorabilia, telling a story of a bygone era and furnishing an environment of free indulgence.

Single Room R26370
Double Room R42250

Private Granite Suite

# Rooms:

The Private Granite Suites offer an extraordinary experience for the exclusive use of six guests. Bold, inspiring materials mirror the extrusion of granite rocks that flank the camp while conveying the raw essence of Africa. A palette of silver, charcoal and elephant grey in a range of beautiful materials creates an elegant and contemporary setting in each comprehensive suite.

The emphasis is on space, light and privacy while blurring the barrier between inside and out. A seamless integration with nature is achieved with large doors and windows all opening directly onto the river. Each suite has a private, heated swimming pool.

Granite Suites can be booked individually or as a private camp for six guests, making it ideal for honeymooning couples or a small group celebrating special occasions.

The Private Granite Suites offer the unique experience of riverside bathing. Here the experience of swimming can be shared with elephants in the outdoor bathtubs situated on the decks below each suite. The private river bath at each suite is the next best thing to being in the river itself.

Single Room R28330
Double Room R45390

Tree Camp (Suites)

# Rooms:

The Tree Camp at Londolozi is a double dose of glamour. It embodies the very essence of Londolozi's continuous striving to transcend and redefine the wildlife tourism experience. It is also a place of connoisseurship, leopards, orchids, lanterns and Leadwood.

Guests recline in the evening on the sunset decks, champagne in hand as they survey the distant koppies. Elegance and simplicity are the hallmarks of the Tree Camp sanctuaries. In every detail and feature, from the private swimming pools and contemplation decks to the Ralph Lauren wallpaper, and chocolate plaited leather beds, this exclusive camp provides a perfect showcase of African excellence.

Single Room R26370
Double Room R42250

Varty Camp (standard chalet)

# Rooms:

The heart & soul of Londolozi, Varty Camp features two Private suites and eight chalets. The campfire has burned here for over 80 years making Varty Camp the symbolic heart and soul of Londolozi. The décor echoes tones of the owner's private homes and their continuing love affair with the earth.

All rooms at Londolozi's Varty Camp are framed by timber decks that overlook the riverine bush. The living spaces are raised off the ground and shaded under a cathedral of trees. The camp has a pleasingly down-to-earth quality, and the emphasis on family heritage means that children always have a place at Varty Camp. This is also the location of "Londolozi Living" boutique, the gym, and massage treatment room.

Single Room R15590
Double Room R25010

Varty Camp (Superior Chalet)

# Rooms:

The suites boast private plunge pools overlooking the river.

All rooms at Varty Camp feature:

  • Canopy Beds
  • En suite bathroom
  • Private decks
  • Air conditioning
  • Ceiling fans
  • Safe
Single Room R18530
Double Room R29710

Founders Camp (Superior Chalet)

# Rooms:

Each of the three Superior suites at Founders Camp has brand new decks, refurbished bathrooms, outdoor showers, raised private pools and outdoor beds. The suites are elevated over the river, offering exquisite views of the valley.

Single Room R18530
Double Room R29710

Founders Camp (Family Chalet)

Private and child-friendly, Founders Camp is established to provide an insider’s view of the secrets of river life. Ten spacious chalets in the shade of old trees along the banks of the river. Three of these wonderful cottages have been specially planned to accommodate families on safari with kids rooms.

Single Room R18530
Double Room R29710

GPS Co-Ordinates

Latitude: -24.797430

Longitude: 31.499732


Access to the Londolozi Private Game Reserve by car:

Two and a half hours transfer from KMIA to Londolozi on request
500 km from Johannesburg, an easy six-hour drive on National Roads Sabi Sands Game
Reserve Road levy per vehicle is applicable plus an additional per person fee

Directions from Johannesburg to the Londolozi Private Game Reserve, South Africa:

- Take the N12/N4 from Johannesburg to Nelspruit
- R40 from Nelspruit to Hazyview
- R536 from Hazyview towards Paul Kruger Gate
- After 37.4km turn left onto a gravel road (sign-posted Sabi Sand Wildtuin 1km)
- Pay entrance fee at the entrance to the Sabi Sand Reserve called Shaws Gate.


On site parking facilities are provided for guests.

Star Rating

5 Star

Hotel Group(s)

  • Relais & Chateaux