Some may attribute Londolozi's astronomical success to the property's position within the heart of the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, others will persuade you that it has more to do with its singular leopard sightings but the reason guests are drawn to return to Londolozi, again and again, has as much to do with the spirit of the place as it does with the land's geography and wildlife. Custodians and owners of Londolozi, Shan and Dave Varty guard that spirit fiercely, kindling what makes the place sacred.
The Londolozi Reserve, a pioneer in ecotourism in South Africa, is internationally recognized for its far-sighted and progressive land and wildlife management.
The land of Londolozi has been nourished generously through an ambitious program intended to rebuild the fluvial systems, restore the natural drainage patterns as well as repopulate and renew land productivity. The results have made Londolozi an extremely diversified reserve that is now home to remarkable wildlife and one of the most esteemed ecotourist destinations. The Maison has also collaborated with Land Rover to create prototype electric safari vehicles. In a wider context, the project contributes to a significant reduction in the impact of its activity on the protected natural areas of Londolozi and offers visitors the opportunity to approach wildlife in a more discreet and enriching manner.