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.
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.
In every detail and feature from the swimming pools and contemplation decks (salas), the Ralph Lauren inspired decor, plaited leather beds, plush leather sofas, to the beautiful fabrics that echo the sophisticated feeling of Africa, this exclusive camp provides a matchless showcase of excellence. Tree Camp is a celebration of Leopards, Leadwoods and Lanterns.
Tree Camp does not accommodate children under the age of 16, unless guests book the camp exclusively.
Elegance and simplicity are the hallmarks of the Tree Camp private sanctuaries. In every detail and feature, from the swimming pools and contemplation decks (salas) to the Ralph Lauren wallpaper and plaited chocolate leather beds, this exclusive camp provides a matchless show- case of African excellence.
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The lodge is situated on the Sand River in the very heart of the Sabi Sand Game Reserve. This reserve forms part of the Greater Limpopo Transfrontier Park, a growing area that currently covers six million acres and incorporates the famous Kruger National Park. Wild animals move freely across this vast space, offering spectacular game viewing and a true wilderness experience. Breeding herds of elephant and buffalo roam throughout Londolozi, while white rhino and lion concentrations are among the highest recorded on the African continent. Yet it’s the leopards of Londolozi that make Sabi Sands world famous for wildlife, and lie at the heart of the Londolozi feeling. Over the course of more than four decades, a unique relationship has developed between Londolozi's rangers and trackers and generations of wild leopards. Intimate leopard sightings are frequent here, an experience that guests agree is a pinnacle life experience. There are many ways to get to Londolozi, a few of which we have detailed below for your convenience.
A scenic six-hour drive to Londolozi Tree Camp
An hour flight to Londolozi Airstrip followed by a five-minute drive to the camp
90 minute road transfer to the lodge
A short, small aircraft transfer to the Londolozi Airstrip