"The most stylish family run camp in Africa..."
Londolozi Tree Camp
embodies the very essence of Londolozi’s continuous striving to transcend and redefine the journey to the wilderness.
This is a place of connoisseurship, leopards, orchids, lanterns and lead wood trees. Guests spend lazy afternoons on their decks, champagne in hand as they survey the ancient landscape, elephants feeding below in the river.
Elegance and simplicity are the hallmarks of the Tree Camp sanctuaries. In every detail and feature, from the private swimming pools and contemplation decks (salas) to the Ralph Lauren wallpaper and chocolate plaited leather beds, this exclusive camp provides a matchless showcase of African excellence.
Tree Camp does not accommodate children under the age of 16, unless guests book the camp exclusively.
Accommodation at Londolozi Tree Camp:
Tree Camp Suites
Six private suites
Elegance and simplicity are the hallmarks of the Tree Camp private sanctuaries. In every detail and feature, from the swimming pools and contemplation decks (salas) to the Ralph Lauren wallpaper and plaited chocolate leather beds, this exclusive camp provides a matchless show- case of African excellence.
Activities at Londolozi Tree Camp:
- Bush Walks
- Bush Breakfast & Adventure Picnics
- Sleep Out
- Astronomy Lectures
- Campfires - Storytelling - Red Wine
Londolozi Tree Camp Activities:
Twice-daily Big Five game-drives
Experienced rangers and trackers will lead you on morning and afternoon/evening game-drives in open 4x4 safari vehicles.
Londolozi is renowned for its world-class rangers and Shangaan trackers who are regarded as among the best in Africa.
Interpretive bush walks
Explore the Sabi Sand Game Reserve on interpretive wilderness walks led by experienced rangers or expert Shangaan trackers, and learn more about the area’s intriguing fauna and flora. Guided bush walks bring you face-to-face with wild Africa at its best.
Shangaan cultural walks
Enjoy an interpretive walk through the staff village, visiting the school and community crafts centre where you may interact with staff engaged in self-employment projects, such as candle-making and recycled paper and cards.
You may also visit a small Shangaan village within the staff village and observe traditional local dwellings and visit the sangoma (witch doctor).
Londolozi’s ongoing community projects may also be observed in the neighbouring communities of Huntington and Lilydale.
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