A Sea Paradise
Londolozi always strives to transcend and redefine the journey into wilderness and at Tree Camp guests are given a direct encounter with that vision. Nestled in the leadwood tree canopy, this lodge is a sanctuary of elegance and simplicity. Tree Camp is a celebration of over 4 decades of our connections and kinship with the wild free roaming leopards that move through Londolozi.
Guests spend lazy afternoons on the Tree Camp deck, champagne in hand, as elephants pass in the river below. By night, the camp glows with countless lanterns and rings with laughter and conversation.
The KwaZulu-Natal North Coast is one of the most naturally diverse and beautiful places in South Africa. iSimangaliso Wetland Park was proclaimed as South Africa’s ﬁrst World Heritage Site in 1999 by UNESCO. It’s a place of superlative natural beauty, comprising three major lake systems and eight ecosystems with 526 bird species and coastal sand dunes amongst the highest in the world.