We stayed 4 nights too many. The game was exciting the first two days and then
it became very redundant and boring, The tracker had an attitude and a short
fuse. He was very condescending. (Melvin)
The price for this safari was outrageous - the food was gross, unprofessionally
prepared and offered no options. There were NO ammenities offered by this
lodge between the morning and evening safaris. There were two computers
and one was broken. People were actually fighting over the working computer.
Those that stayed more then two days started skipping the safaris because they
were bored. No orchestration occurred between trackers so you could be riding
around for 45 minutes seeing nothing, then one tracker locates something and
suddently there were 5 vans around one animal. The room had really bad
lighting and we couldn't find our things once it got dark.
I would never return to this lodge. The safari almost felt like zoo without the bars.
It would have been better if we went to a part of Africa with much more game,
or a cheaper lodge. We would have seen the same game and not felt like suckers.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Tree Camp embodies the very essence of Londolozi’s continuous striving to transcend and redefine the journey to the wilderness.This is a place of connoisseurship, leopards, orchids, lanterns and lead wood trees. Guests spend lazy afternoons on their decks, champagne in hand as they survey the ancient landscape, elephants feeding below in the river.Elegance and simplicity are the hallmarks of the Tree Camp sanctuaries. In every detail and feature, from the private swimming pools and contemplation decks (salas) to the Ralph Lauren wallpaper and chocolate plaited leather beds, this exclusive camp provides a matchless showcase of African excellence. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Londolozi Tree Camp Hotel Londolozi Private Game Reserve
- Londolozi Tree Camp South Africa/Londolozi Private Game Reserve