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Londolozi Guest Rebecca Green writes a touching tale of her story with the Tamboti Young Female. Read more: http://blog.londolozi.com/2015/10/growing-up-with-the-tamboti-young-female/
I've not been going on safari long. Four short years, almost to the day. They've been pretty busy years, granted, but it's not a long time, measured against the span of a life. It's been an incredible learning experience - almost another kind of childhood and growing up, so far from all that is familiar,…
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Daniel Buys, Londolozi Head Ranger, takes a closer look at the significance of the dominant male leopards of Londolozi. Find out why territory is everything: http://blog.londolozi.com/2015/10/the-reign-of-londolozis-dominant-male-leopards/
It is a strange thing to look at a dominant male and contemplate how significant his position is. On perception alone whilst looking at the animal it is difficult to imagine his strength to be anything less than brutal. Male leopards have an interesting life cycle. One that stands the test against all odds. Firstly,…
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There's an amazing space at Londolozi - a place to simply 'be' - we'd like to invite you to our new yoga deck overlooking the Sand River. Read more: http://blog.londolozi.com/2015/10/a-place-to-be/
A place where you can connect Connect to nature Connect body, mind and breath A place to breathe A place to exhale It’s the new amazing space for yoga and meditation at Londolozi. A pyramid-thatched roof covers a large Zen wooden deck, nestled in the trees overlooking a dry riverbed. The sounds of nature…
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A Showreel of My Early Londolozi Highlights - watch this action packed video clip taken by Cameron Engelbrecht during his first few weeks as a trainee ranger at Londolozi: http://blog.londolozi.com/2015/09/joining-the-family/
"Here I am, where I belong" - Brian Jackman These words by Brian Jackman sum up how I feel about joining the team at Londolozi. I had heard about Londolozi and its excellent reputation for training wildlife guides and had always hoped to join the programme. Once I'd started training, and had begun the exciting and…
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Some of the exciting action that we've been witness to over the last week, enjoy the Week in Pictures, our final one before the grand ‪#‎200th‬ edition! http://blog.londolozi.com/2015/09/the-week-in-pictures-199/
Another week has gone by and what an enthralling week it has turned out to be. The continued presence of the Matimba males on Londolozi has led to much debate amongst the team as to when, and if, these big brothers will be able to take control and officially set up their territory thus formally…
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For me, walking in the footsteps of a rhino is a way of transporting myself into an ancient, bygone era. There is something about those three enormous, strangely shaped toes, the deeply wrinkled underfoot and the sound of its thick hide scratching against the brush that makes you feel as though you are tracking a…
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We continue with the 'South Africa is Awesome' series with part three featuring five more reasons why we believe that there's no place like home…http://blog.londolozi.com/2015/10/a-few-reasons-why-south-africa-is-simply-awesome-part-3/
This blog is a continuation of a series I started entitled 'Why South Africa is Simply Awesome.' It was inspired by a talk I attended at Londolozi by Steuart Pennington, CEO of South Africa: The Good News. I have always been proudly South African, and by choice I would not want to live anywhere else. It was…
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In today's Sunday Story Rebecca Green writes about a common problem that all wildlife photographers share when travelling on safari... How do you get by with all that gear? http://blog.londolozi.com/2015/10/sunday-stories-cameras-cameras-everywhere/
On a recent trip to Londolozi, I was reminded of how grateful I am for their Creative Hub. The facility offers you the opportunity to edit pictures, print canvases and hire photographic equipment ­– a godsend when you're packing for a trip and have a restricted weight limit. As I made full use of the…
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The Tsalala pride may have a good reason to run... Find out why we think their future is not as bright as it may seem:
http://blog.londolozi.com/2015/09/tsalala-pride-on-the-run/
The Matimba males, it seems, are here to stay. Although pushed out of their northern territory by the Birmingham males, they have been fortunate in that right next door is a property that the Majingilane have vacated in a well-documented move to the west. The northern reaches of Londolozi have seen very little adult male…
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The camera trap was set up in a new spot along the Sand River. Find out what was caught on camera in Andrea Campbell's latest update: http://blog.londolozi.com/2015/09/in-search-of-the-otter-camera-trap-part-4/
After placing the camera trap in a new spot along the Sand River I have waited in anticipation to see what extraordinary glimpses into the natural world this small device was able to capture this time. Concern set in a few days ago however when we received 38mm of rain and the river went up!…
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How Sport Unites Our Nation, the Glory and The Grief – Heritage Day 2015: http://blog.londolozi.com/2015/09/how-sport-unites-our-nation-heritage-day-2015/
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The World According to Africa's Attenborough ~ 10 questions with Amy: http://blog.londolozi.com/2015/09/the-world-according-to-africas-attenborough-10-questions/
“The real world…” It’s a term often used by realists and parents with hopes of their children becoming lawyers. It is the world we inherited with civilisation. One you wouldn’t see being used to describe the realm that game ranger and photographer, Amy Attenborough inhabits. Hers, the status quo perceive as quite the opposite – a fantasy, a “dream”, as Amy…
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Londolozi is one of the original pioneering Private Game Reserves of the ecotourism industry in South Africa and an unashamedly family run, stand alone operation.

The root of the word Londolozi is the Zulu word for protect and means “protector of all living things” – an ambitious conservation ethic that Londolozi embraces in its sensitivity to the natural world. The reserve is internationally recognised for its far-sighted and progressive management of land and wildlife rehabilitation as well as productive community involvement.

World renowned as one of Africa’s finest game lodges, Londolozi was the first game reserve in the world to be accorded Relais & Châteaux status, reinforcing its commitment to luxurious accommodation, fine cuisine and exceptional service.
Hours
Sunday12:00 am–12:00 am
Monday12:00 am–12:00 am
Tuesday12:00 am–12:00 am
Wednesday12:00 am–12:00 am
Thursday12:00 am–12:00 am
Friday12:00 am–12:00 am
Saturday12:00 am–12:00 am
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013 735 5653
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013 735 5100
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Londolozi Game Reserve, Sabi Sands, 1350
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