Londolozi Varty Camp

Constructed some 90 years ago, Varty Camp is the Londolozi Private Game Reserve’s spiritual heart. Casual and relaxed in atmosphere, kids over 6 are welcome making this a wonderful choice for families. Decor is a charming blend of contemporary with lashings of old-world glamour. Expect modern pendant lights and plunge pools alongside hide rugs, heavy leather trucks and deep wicker chairs.

There are 10 chalets in total at Varty Camp, each fitted with sundecks and private pools. At the main lodge, guests will find a fitness room, massage room and boutique. For yoga, head over to the custom-built deck nestled in the boughs of an ancient tree at neighbouring Founders Camp. Should parents wish to spend a little quiet time wine-tasting or reading, Varty Camp has a dedicated children’s program known as Cubs Den.  

Aside from game drives twice a day and guided walks, guests who wish to improve their camera skills can book a specialised photography safari, which includes an exclusive use vehicle, an expert guide and access to Londolozi’s state-of-the-art media room. Leopard may make this 34,000 acre reserve world-famous, yet there are a wealth of other species ranging from elephant and lion down to tiny chameleon.      

Location

How to get to Londolozi Varty Camp

Scheduled or charter flights can be arranged to Skukuza Airport or Londolozi private airstrip to reach Varty Camp. The former is just over an hour away from the private game reserve by road, whilst the latter is a mere 5 minutes from the lodge.

Activities at Londolozi Varty Camp

  • Game drives
  • Guided walks
  • Photography safaris
  • Massages and yoga
  • Children’s program

*Some activities are available at extra cost.

Londolozi Varty Camp Highlights

  • The spiritual heart of the 34,000 acre Londolozi Game Reserve
  • A charming blend of contemporary luxury and old-world glamour
  • Casual and welcoming, perfect for families
  • Only 10 chalets, each with private pool
  • Exclusive gameviewing opportunities

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