Londolozi Eco-Guide (Free Download)
The Londolozi Eco-Guide is the essential iBook for all safari visitors who wish to know more about the wildlife, reptiles, ecology and birds at Londolozi Game Reserve.
Junior Big Five Tracker
Developed specifically for children, the Junior Big Five Tracker interactive iBook is a first-of-its-kind guide to becoming a big game Tracker in the African wilderness.
A Guide to Wildlife Photography
This is the definitive digital guide for photographers who enjoy the natural world. Filled to the brim with technical advice, practical examples and hi-res video and images, this book is presented by Londolozi based wildlife filmmaker and photographer, Rich Laburn.
The Londolozi Safari Basics Cookbook Volume 1 is filled with recipes, ideas and videos to help you understand how to bring African Cuisine into your kitchen.
These basic tips, techniques and ingredients are hosted by Londolozi Executive Chef, Anna Ridgewell, and Londolozi Sous Chefs, Eric and Connie.
So read, listen, watch and learn just how easy it is to bring an African flair to your cuisine
The Lions of Londolozi
An interactive book about the Lions of Londolozi game reserve, in particular the legendary Tsalala Pride. This iBooks features a wealth of beautiful imagery, videos and stories about how this pride of lions has changed and endured over the last decade.
The Londolozi Journey
Londolozi, derived from a Zulu word meaning the ‘protector of all living things’ , has become fertile ground for enkindling aspirations for a better future for all, for a planet abounding in open spaces, wild animals and people thriving in dignity and harmony. Our aim is to ensure sustainable conservation, focusing not only on the many qualities of the natural system but also on creating a true connection between our guests, the local people and the environment.
The Leopards of Londolozi
Since 1979 Londolozi has had a Love Affair with Leopards
Described as an elusive and solitary predator, it was a rarity to see leopards in the very early days of Safari at Londolozi. Yet in 1979 that was all to change when John Varty, co-founder of Londolozi, and an incredible naturalist, Elmon Mhlongo, developed a relationship with the Mother Leopard.
She was tolerant of their presence and allowed them into her secret world. It was a relationship that endured for 12 long years during which time a dynasty of Londolozi Leopards was born.