Londolozi Tree Camp
At a Glance
From ZAR 23 950 pp/pn
Big 5 safari
Only 6 tree lined suite
Adult only camp unless booked for exclusive use
Exclusive use of camp available
Londolozi always strives to transcend and redefine the journey into wilderness and at Tree Camp guests are given a direct encounter with that vision. Nestled in the leadwood tree canopy, this lodge is a sanctuary of elegance and simplicity. Tree Camp is a celebration of over 4 decades of our connections and kinship with the wild free roaming leopards that move through Londolozi.
In 1993, Londolozi became the first game reserve to be accorded Relais & Châteaux status, placing it among the world’s top luxury destinations.
You reach your beautifully arranged suite via elevated and lantern lit walkways situated high amongst the trees.
Your suite includes a king size bed draped by a mosquito net, private lounge area for relaxing after your exhilarating game drive, a mini bar and private deck with plunge pool and both indoor and outdoor showers for cooling off from the African sun.
Guests spend lazy afternoons on the Tree Camp deck, champagne in hand, as elephants pass in the river below. By night, the camp glows with countless lanterns and rings with laughter and conversation.
This exclusive camp epitomises luxury and style in every detail. From the private swimming pools, all-weather dining and contemplation decks (salas) to the Ralph Lauren wallpaper and plaited leather beds, Tree Camp is simply a matchless showcase of African excellence.
Tree Camp does not accommodate children under the age of 16, unless guests book the camp exclusively.
Game drives at Londolozi are taken by professional, passionate and knowledgeable Rangers and Trackers, who have 350 years of experience between them. With over 16,000 hectares of traversing wilderness, no two game drives are ever the same.
Trackers sit up at the front of the Land Rover looking for fresh animal tracks, while Rangers drive with astonishing skill into ravines and through thickets in pursuit of rare animal sightings, simultaneously wowing guests with their knowledge and unforgettable stories.
Activities include: Bush Walks, Village Experiences, Good Work Foundation Community Experience, Yoga Classes and Massages.