Londolozi Tree Camp

  • Fabulous setting overlooking the Sands River
  • The camp is raised on stilts amongst the trees
  • 6 rooms, beautifully decorated and furnished in a contemporary style
  • Intimate and exclusive, with excellent food, service and guiding
  • Probably our favourite of Londolozi's five camps
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Londolozi Tree Camp is a truly fabulous camp – definitely one we would recommend.

OVERVIEW:
Owned by one of Africa’s most luxurious companies, Londolozi’s Tree Camp is one of five camps in the Londolozi Reserve. Aiming at the top end of the market, Tree Camp has only 6 rooms and is probably our favourite of all the Londolozi camps. 

ACCESS & LOCATION:
Londolozi Tree Camp is located in the private Londolozi Reserve in the heart of South Africa’s Sabi Sands. It is a phenomenal destination for leopard and one of Africa’s finest big five game viewing areas.

ACCOMMODATION & FACILITIES:
Large suites are raised into the trees on stilts, each complete with its own outdoor sala, decking area and small pool. The rooms are contemporary in style, kitted out in white, cream, mahogany and chocolate leather – they are truly stunning. The main area has incredible views out over the Sand River which cuts through the heart of the reserve. With only six rooms, this is the largest of Londolozi’s three luxury camps, however emphasis is still focused on exclusivity and personal service. 

ACTIVITIES:
Food, service and guiding here is some of the very best you will find in the Sabi Sands. Guests are guaranteed a very intimate, personal safari experience with some of the best game-viewing to be found in South Africa.

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