Safaris are led by Rangers, Trackers and Naturalists who create fun and wild safari adventures based on their own bush experiences. Many of those who will lead you through 16,000 hectares of wilderness have been born and raised off the land and, therefore, demonstrate a unique, innate passion for their surroundings. It's possible to spot the 'Big Five' during one of two daily game-drives - one morning game-drive followed by yoga, lunch, dinner and a second, sunset game-drive. Times will vary depending on the season. Rangers also specialise in Photographic Safaris and will go out of their way to bring you within feet of the animals. What's more, no more than two vehicles are allowed in the same vicinity at any one time, so you are guaranteed uninterrupted views.
Children between four and sixteen years are welcome at the complimentary 'Londolozi Cubs' club, available at Founders Camp, Varty Camp and Pioneer Camp. Children are gently introduced by qualified specialists to the wonders of the African bush, with activities including fishing, bug-catching, and short guided walks, supplemented by non-safari-related activities such as drumming, dancing and arts and crafts. After learning about the smaller details of the bush in this way, children over six years are welcome to accompany their parents on game-drives.
Spa & Wellness
Londolozi Life is the reserve's dedicated health and wellness centre, designed to promote a sense of living in harmony with nature. Ancient healing methods drawn from the East and West are combined with locally inspired techniques and products, in treatments ranging from traditional Swedish massage, to aromatherapy and Reiki. Unique yoga sessions, surrounded by iconic African wildlife, are available on the yoga desk, situated high in a 500-year-old ebony tree, with inclusive daily classes taking in elements of Iyengar, Ashtanga, Jivamukti and Tripsichore yoga.