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Together, we sow the seeds of positive change!
Londolozi Impact
January 18, 2024

With 2024 in full swing, we couldn’t think of a better time to share an exciting update on the Londolozi Ripple Fund small businesses and entrepreneurs. The latest news and adventures of the four farmers we support have all been made possible through your incredible support and generosity. The significant impact that you have had […]

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The Londolozi Effect: Sustainability
Londolozi Impact
July 9, 2023

Recently we have shared with you the heartwarming effect Londolozi has had on its staff as well as its guests through #TheLondoloziEffect. It has been such a rewarding journey gathering snippets from different individuals from around the world. Now we wanted to explore the Londolozi Effect from a sustainability point of view – and celebrate […]

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2023 Travel Trends: Deconstructed
Londolozi Impact
June 6, 2023

The last few years have been interesting, to say the least, with the global pandemic in our rearview mirror, we’ve been reflecting on just how the travel industry has transformed over the years. The Londolozi Conservation Development Model has been refined and lived and lived again since our inception. We firmly believe in 3 pillars […]

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Changing Perspective through Education with the Good Work Foundation
Londolozi Impact
April 16, 2023

Over the last few weeks, some of the Londolozi family have had the opportunity to partake in “Londolozi immersions”. Rangers, Camp Managers and other staff were encouraged to explore the surrounding areas of the Sabi Sands. From engaging with local farmers and getting our hands dirty at a grassroots-level, to interacting with students from schools and […]

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The Londolozi Ripple Fund Entrepreneurs
Londolozi Impact
March 1, 2023

The Londolozi Ripple Fund is very close to all of our hearts, as we are creating change for so many entrepreneurs and their community’s lives. With your generous donations, we support entrepreneurs and encourage them to thrive. When you visit Londolozi, you are doing far more than immersing yourself in a thrilling wildlife safari experience; […]

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Dave Varty’s Yearly Round-Up 2022: South Africans ~ a Resilient Nation
Londolozi Impact
December 12, 2022

I am sitting on the deck at Varty Camp with my good friend Sello Hatang, CEO of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, reflecting on the amazing potential of our country. We concurred that the diversity and resilience of South Africans is what has allowed us to navigate our turbulent past, always finding common cause to solve either local upheavals […]

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Sustainability Series Part 2 – An Interview with Chris Goodman
Londolozi Impact
September 20, 2022

I recently met up with Chris Goodman, the head of the habitat team, to help me write about part two of my Sustainability Series.  Chris is one of the most passionate people I’ve come across. Anyone who has met Chris will attest to his sharp sense of humour and unrivalled excitement about anything related to […]

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A Conservation Journey on the Shoulders of Giants
Londolozi Impact
September 6, 2022

How do you even begin to share a conservation journey of almost 100 years? A journey that, by the year 2026 will grant us access to the centenary club. An adventure of heart, mind, earth, body, spirit, sentient beings, rivers, leopards, rhinos, and everything in between. An experience that meant that sometimes we got lost […]

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The Great Awakening
Londolozi Impact
August 6, 2022

Awaken – We have come to believe that before we can heal the planet, we need to heal ourselves. And only once we as individuals awaken and make the choice to alter our relationship with Planet Earth, can we begin to reverse much of the environmental destruction we see before us.  A new narrative is now […]

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A Sustainable Day at Londolozi – Part 1
Londolozi Impact
July 20, 2022

Choosing where to go for a truly spectacular getaway can be a challenging endeavour. What is it about a particular place that keeps you coming back over and over? Is it the feeling of coming home when welcomed by staff that feel like family? Or an incredible candle-lit dining experience beneath the stars? Or possibly […]

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Wildlife Conservation: Protecting Biodiverse Safe Havens
Londolozi Impact
June 21, 2022

“It seems to me that the natural world is the greatest source of excitement; the greatest source of visual beauty; the greatest source of intellectual interest. It is the greatest source of so much in life that makes life worth living.”  Sir David Attenborough Apart from having the voice of an epic narrator, David Attenborough’s […]

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Have You Heard About Londolozi’s Village Walk?
Londolozi Impact
May 19, 2022

Coming into Londolozi as a newly employed Camp Manager from Cape Town, I had absolutely no idea how immense the sense of community would be at Londolozi. At first I was completely overwhelmed with the beauty of the bush itself but then after a few days I was even more blown away by all the […]

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