Londolozi Pioneer Camp

Description

Londolozi Pioneer Camp

Londolozi Pioneer Camp is steeped in the history of Londolozi Private Game Reserve. The camp has been designed to combine a colonial style with contemporary African culture. The main guest area of Pioneer Camp is spacious and open. There is a kitchen, dining area and sitting room. This area affords guests of magnificent views of the African bush.

Londolozi has often been described as the original safari destination. Pioneer Camp is the most secluded of all the camps and has a reputation of absolute excellence.

Accommodation

Accommodation available at Pioneer Camp comprises three suites and three river front chalets. The camp accommodates a maximum of twelve guests allowing for both privacy and intimacy. Guest suites are spacious and open with a private deck from which to enjoy the sights and sounds of Africa.

En suite bathrooms have both indoor and outside showers, double vanity basins and luxurious finishes. A romantic “sala” – or open area, graces each deck. A perfect place for an afternoon nap while bird watching or reading.

Safari

Safari activities at Londolozi are both morning and afternoon game drives on the 35 000 acre reserve. Big Five sightings here include Lion, Leopard, Elephant, Rhino, Buffalo and Hippo. Private bush dinners, bush breakfasts and cultural visits are must do experiences while staying here.

Having visited Londolozi several times over the years we are always incredibly impressed. Their attention to detail, seamless service and friendly staff ensure a really pleasurable stay. The privacy of each suite, the romantic sala, showers and location are ideal for your honeymoon plans.

Read our Country Information for travel advice to South Africa.

If this is your first safari to Africa then read our blog on Before you go on safari for great advice on what to pack and bring.

If you are interested in the plight of the Rhino and would like to get involved then discover the great work Save The Rhino are doing.

Londolozi Founders Camp and Tree Camp are also worth exploring for your safari in Africa. A budget alternative is Kapama Buffalo Camp.

How to Get There

Fly in

Federal Air operates a daily flight from Johannesburg International Airport to Londolozi Airstrip, which is a five-minute drive from the camp.

Flights from Skukuza

  • There are daily direct flights with SA Airlink from Johannesburg and Cape Town to Nelspruit KMIA and Skukuza Airport and the private game lodges.
  • A short, small aircraft transfer connects you onward to Londolozi’s doorstep on Airlink’s Lodge Link service to the Londolozi Airstrip
  • Alternativaley a 90 minute road transfer from Skukuza Airport to Londolozi is available on request.

 

By Road

If you are planning to fly in to KMIA (Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport) there is a two and a half hour transfer available on request.

From Johannesburg it is a 500 kilometer journey, an easy six-hour drive on National Roads.

The Sabi Sand Wildtuin levies a cash vehicle entrance fee of ZAR280.00 per vehicle and ZAR120.00 per person in the vehicle as well as any individual arriving by air. (subject to change)

Access by road through Newington Gate ONLY

 

Charter Flights

Private charters and helicopter transfers on request.

Private Aircraft

Indemnity Form to be completed prior to arrival. Complimentary transfers between Londolozi Airstrip and the various camps at Londolozi.

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