by Tamlin Wightman on May 4, 2012
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A few of us from Rhino Africa popped in to Londolozi Game Reserve this weekend past to have a look at their upgraded Founders Camp. Earlier this year, flooding struck the Kruger and Sabi Sand regions of South Africa. Torrential rain swelled rivers, such as the Sand River, which runs through the Sabi Sand Game Reserve. Several lodges in the reserve took quite a beating.

While floods create great destruction, though, they often tend to bring with them new life. Such is the case for the 14,000-hectare Londolozi Game Reserve.

Founders Camp experienced great structural damage, especially to the lower deck, forcing temporary closure of the camp. After extensive renovations to public areas and rooms, the camp re-opened last month with a bang!

Watch the video!

Take a look at the new deck and rooms here in our latest video:

The refurbished chalets have brand new decks, refurbished bathrooms, outdoor showers, raised private plunge pools and salas, each enjoying exceptional elevated river views.

The public area has been relocated and transformed into an elevated dining sala with a spectacular 270-degree river view made from exquisite Grappa Hardwood. The look and feel is modern and minimalist; luxury in the bush at its best.

The new Founders deck Deck with a view Meal time Bubbly breakfast

Where is Londolozi?

Take a look at our map of the Sabi Sand below. Interested in taking a closer look? Contact one of our expert travel consultants for more information on the Sabi Sand and Londolozi and to start planning and booking your trip.

Sabi Sand Map