OFFER

R8 950 per person per night  

Includes:
Accommodation
All meals, teas and coffees daily
Soft drinks, house wines, local brand spirits and beers
Two game drives daily in open Land Rovers
Nature walks accompanied by experienced armed rangers
One group yoga class per day
Fitness Room
Children six years and older are welcome at Varty, Founders and Pioneer Camps, no children under the age of 16 at Private Granite & Tree Camps, except if exclusive use of the camp is taken
Children – Cubs Den program
Transfers to/from Londolozi airstrip to lodge
Emergency medical evacuation insurance
Laundry
Wi-Fi
VAT
Excludes:
Early morning and late afternoon departures – contact reservations
Healing House treatments
Telephone calls
Londolozi Living Boutique purchases
Photographic Studio rentals and tuition
Champagne, cognacs, cellar wines, premium brand spirits, cigars & cigarettes
Transfers to and from the lodge
Airport taxes or landing fees, where applicable
Self drive park entrance fee, R280 per vehicle + R120 per person – subject to change without further notice
Gratuities
Private Vehicles
Valid until
31st March 2021  
T&C’s Apply
Subject to availability
Londolozi Varty Camp

This original camp is a tapestry of brick paths, dolerite rock walls, waterfalls and tangled vines echoing simple spaces with unencumbered river view backdrops. The tones of the camp reflect the owners’ almost 100-year love affair with this land and therefore place an emphasis on family and heritage.

Children over the age of six are welcome at Varty Camp and with some of the chalets inter-leading, Varty Camp is perfect for families. Each room has its own private swimming pool, outdoor shower and outdoor dining sala, framed by timber decks raised off the ground under the shade of an ancient riverine forest.

Many guest activities can be found within the surrounds of Varty Camp. These include the Guest Gym, Photographic Studio and Living Boutique as well as the restorative Healing House. The charming “original Sparta Camp” located in the heart of Varty Camp, represents generations of history which echoes a bygone era before Londolozi existed.