Londolozi Varty Camp
Lodge style History you can feel
The home of an African safari holiday
Situated in the central region of the Sabi Sands, sharing unfenced borders with the Kruger National Park, is Londolozi Varty Camp. The symbolic heart and soul of Londolozi, this luxurious family friendly safari lodge lies on the site of the original camp and is raised off the ground under a cathedral of trees, overlooking magnificent riverine bush.
Retaining a down-to-earth quality and with an emphasis on family heritage, the interiors at Varty Camp echo the same tone of the owners private homes and their continuing love affair with the earth. The 10 chalets, including two superior chalets, feature king size beds draped with mosquito nets and 100% crisp white cotton linen, spacious bathrooms with indoor showers and a free-standing bath (superior chalets include outdoor shower), air-conditioning and fans and a lounge with a minibar and tea and coffee facilities. Outdoors, there is a thatched sala and private swimming pool framed by a timber deck, all overlooking riverine bush. The guest living areas at Varty are raised off the ground under a large, double volume thatch roof. The history of the camp flows through the lounge; there is a bar and dining area, a massive deck with stunning views, a swimming pool, gym, kiddies club and spa.
Activities at Londolozi Varty Camp
Activities at Londolozi Varty Camp include two game drives daily in the morning and afternoon, guided nature walks and one group yoga class per day.
Tripadvisor comments Varty Camp
If you were to only have one safari experience in your life, make sure it is with Londolozi. The most enthusiastic, knowledgeable and fun rangers/staff you can imagine. They share this passion making you feel pampered yet comfortable. The rooms are brilliant, big, airy, private and detailed. The food was simple yet thoughtful and scrumptious. But the highlight is the game experience - you do see everything! The leopard sightings are unforgetable and the quite effort of the rangers and trackers to ensure you see these wonderful creatures is focused. I will definately want to revisit this peace of heaven again.Travelgigg from Paarl, South Africa
I spent two nights at Varty Camp and it was a very special experience. My room was lovely but that is not what makes this place so amazing. The staff here are fantastic, friendly and great company. It is not a stuffy formal environment, which I prefer, and the service is first class. The public area is really what makes this camp and the views out over the bush while you have your meals is stunning. Our ranger Dean was great company and clearly has a passion for what he does. The game viewing was more than I could have hope for. For me the highlights were seeing leopard, cheetah, lions and a ground hornbill! The really great part of the game viewing here is that the leopards are used to people so they do not run away as soon as they see you. It means you get to see these beautiful animals up close which is a very rare thing.ElaineSA from Cape Town, South Africa