The future of our planet hangs in balance…
Bold action and a completely new way of doing things is required to change the course of destruction that mankind has set, before all true sense of wilderness is lost to us. At Londolozi, where the awesome power of nature’s abundance is so apparent, this change has already been set in motion.
The name Londolozi is derived from a Zulu word meaning “protector of all living things” and it is this ambitious conservation ethic that informs every aspect of life at Londolozi. It underpins a holistic approach, ensuring not only that Londolozi has aesthetic appeal but also that we honour the dignity of all persons and all species.
Londolozi – where the land was thoughtlessly depleted in the first 75 years of the last century and has now been lovingly restored – is a microcosm of what is happening all over the world. It is clear that we are part of a web of global forces that are now at work to protect the planet for our great, great grandchildren.
All around us we see a growing commitment to protect those last precious remnants of Eden, wilderness areas that are home to an extraordinary wealth of biodiversity. We are heartened by the massive explosion in ecotourism and the expansion of game parks, signs of an inevitable dawning of a new age, the age of restoration and the return to Eden in South Africa.