Londolozi is associated with exceptional Leopard sightings and exclusive Big Five game viewing. Situated in a private reserve that shares an unfenced border with Kruger National Park, Londolozi Game Reserve offers years of experience and impeccable credentials.
Londolozi Wildlife Experience
Through dedicated conservation practices applied over time, Londolozi Game Reserve now boasts a Leopard family tree of 18 individuals. These elegant, patient cats provide guests with regular and totally unforgettable sightings.
A unique relationship has developed between the Leopards and the rangers and trackers of Londolozi Game Reserve. Usually regarded as elusive and solitary, these 'silent hunters' are more easily observed here than anywhere else in Africa.
Londolozi is located in the Sabi Sand Reserve, adjacent to Kruger National Park, South Africa's premier game reserve. There are no fences between the Kruger and the Sabi Sand, allowing animals to roam freely and retrace their natural migration patterns.The game viewing is sensational
in Sabi Sand. The reserve has a dense concentration of wildlife including Elephant, Lion, Rhino, Buffalo, Cheetah, Giraffe, Zebra (145 mammals in all) and a vast variety of antelope. Add to this over 330 plant species, 45 fish species, 30 amphibian species, 110 reptile species and 500 bird species.
Sabi Sand is not open to the public and all the private reserves within it have exclusive traversing rights over a certain area. Londolozi guests are assured of a truly unique experience
with just a few other guests. Two game drives occur daily, at dawn and dusk - when predators are most active.
A Londolozi safari is not bound by the strict conservation rules of Kruger Park. Rangers can drive off-road into the heart of the bush and conduct guided walking safaris tracking animals in the wilderness. With over 16 000 hectares / 42 000 acres to explore, no two game drives are ever the same
Londolozi has an excellent team of rangers
and trackers, including 2 master trackers (out of only 17 in South Africa). Trackers sit up at the front of the Land Rover looking for fresh animal tracks, while rangers drive with impressive skill into rough territory in pursuit of elusive animals.
The rangers specialise in photographic safaris
and endeavour to get the safari vehicle into the best position for the photographer. With so much to see and observe, the Londolozi team has returned to the original spirit of fun and wild adventure on a South African safari, continually pushing boundaries of excitement and fulfilment for guests and staff alike.