Londolozi Tree Camp
Elegant, sophisticated and dreamy bush escape in prime wildlife area
Londolozi Tree Camp
In the central region of the Sabi Sand Private Reserve, spanning the western border of the Kruger National Park, well-known wildlife conservationist brothers Dave and John Varty have created Londolozi Tree Camp - a lodge oozing African bushveld romance amidst the thrill of Big Five encounters. The Londolozi name has become synonymous with sophistication, and Tree Camp, with its enchanting wooden platforms built into a leadwood tree canopy, is a refined sanctuary in the heart of the wilderness. With a prime site overlooking the Sand river, this camp's views are exceptional, with service to match.
At the lodge
Whimsical, yet refined, the main lounge and viewing deck maximise the sense of open space, bringing the outside in. Set high above the ground on stilts, the area's wooden textures and rich earthy tones mirror the surrounding tree canopy. Private nooks with chaise lounges and sumptuous couches are perfect for lazy afternoons of impromptu game viewing, or one can recline on the sun deck next to the swimming pool. At night the space comes alive with the glow of lanterns and firelight.
Built with clean and elegant sophistication, Tree Camp's six suites are more like private sanctuaries than bedrooms. Soft, neutral tones with African inspired art and tasteful decor accents blend effortlessly into beautiful views from your four-poster, king-sized bed, or your private deck and plunge pool. Expansive washed concrete, elegantly tiled bathrooms and divine outdoor bush showers enhance the air of luxury.
Immerse yourself in the wilderness with two daily game drives, guided nature walks and even the chance to do a group yoga class each day. Expect some spectacular game viewing, with elephant herds, giraffe, buffalos, hippos, white rhino, lion, leopards and plenty of other general game to be found in the surrounds. Photographers and bird enthusiasts will be hard-pressed to leave.