Londolozi is one of South Africa’s original private game reserves. A pillar of global ecotourism and a proud family-run business, Londolozi is a beacon of light for many. The word Londolozi comes from a Zulu word and means ‘Protector Of All Living Things’. Their name reflects the ambitious conservation ethic in their relationship with the natural world. The reserve has been lauded internationally for its foresight and progressive land and wildlife management practices, as well as its productive community involvement.
Their emphasis on conservation and a village ethos stands alongside a commitment to luxurious accommodation, fine cuisine and exceptional service. In 1993, Londolozi became the first game reserve in the world to be accorded with Relais & Châteaux status.
Londolozi is situated on the banks of the Sand River, in the heart of the Sabi Sand Game Reserve within the Greater Kruger National Park. Going on safari at Londolozi allows you to have an exclusive and luxurious experience of the area.
As a luxury private game reserve, Londolozi is world-renowned for a few things. The Londolozi Feeling being one of them, although hard to describe, it could be translated to a combination of experiential luxury surrounded by the utter beauty of the Sabi Sands, all the while feeling completely at home. A visit to Londolozi is an experience like no other. One of the key elements of the Londolozi experience is the opportunity to see the world famous Leopards of Londolozi. Every part of the reserve, along with its spectacular wildlife, all contribute to the Londolozi experience. The ultimate luxury safari experience could be had as you bathe in the Private Granite Suites as a herd of elephants walk by.
A visit to Londolozi is something you can be proud of, not only for the stories you’ll take home but for the impact and support you’ll be creating. At Londolozi, they place great importance on the protection of this precious piece of land that they are fortunate enough to show the rest of the world. While looking after the land and being dedicated to conservation, they also take care of the community through the Londolozi Village and The Good Work Foundation.
Visit the game reserve on a safari trip and experience the Londolozi Feeling for yourself while making a positive impact.