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We are of the belief that a change in behaviour can only come from a profound shift in human consciousness... ✔ Regenivore revolution ✔ Community-led regenerative hospitality ✔ Behind-the-scenes tours ✔ Geo-arbitrage and wealth distribution through Digital Nomads ✔ Woowoo hits the mainstream ✔ Renewable-run road trips in green-energy-run countries ✔ Rise of the solo traveller ✔ Next-gen family adventures ✔ Herstory lessons ✔ Emotion-stoking experiences
♻️ Today, on Global Recycling Day, we take pride in our waste management practices at Londolozi, where we understand the importance of preserving the environment and boosting local businesses through responsible waste processing... #londolozi #thelondolozieffect #relais #relaischateaux #africa #southafrica #safari #luxurysafari #travel #travelgram #wanderlust #adventure #instatravel #explore #vacation #nature #beautifuldestinations #travelphotography #safarilodge #recycle #globalrecyclingday
Over the last few weeks, some of the Londolozi family have had the opportunity to partake in “Londolozi immersions”. On one such outing, Ranger Robbie Ball was faced with some hard-hitting questions from the Grade 9 learners... #londolozi #thelondolozieffect #relais #relaischateaux #wildlifeblog #animalblog #naturelovers #luxurysafari #safari #safaristories #gwf #community @relaischateaux
"But what exactly is happiness and how can we steer ourselves towards a more consistent state of this magical feeling?" Visit the link to find out what a safari at Londolozi can do for you... #londolozi #thelondolozieffect #relais #relaischateaux #wildlifeblog #animalblog #naturelovers #luxurysafari #safari #safaristories @relaischateaux
We are proud to be part of the @RelaisChateaux Sustainability Report 2022. In search of hospitality in harmony with the natural world, we’re accelerating our progress as part of a global association working together towards 15 new objectives for 2025 and 2030. Hospitality is dependent on nature, and we all have a responsibility to preserve it for future generations.
As a family business, we understand the power and importance of micro-funding before large-scale businesses thrive. For decades, we have established personal, interconnected relationships with the fabric of the people on the ground that live near Londolozi. Ours are small, yet meaningful stories that acknowledge individuals doing amazing work, where micro-funding creates macro impact.
This Giving November the Londolozi Ripple Fund will be fundraising for our three favourite NGOs and we hope our online Londolozi family may be inspired to get involved. @goodworkfoundation – reimagining education in Africa @trackeracademy – Safe guarding and training an ancient African art form of tracking The Rhino Guardians – Creating safe haven for Africa’s endangered species
Some of Londolozi’s favourite gifts this Festive Season - the gifts that keep on giving... The Joinery -Finding solutions to environmental and community issues through design Ardmore -Exquisite African-inspired ceramics, fabrics and interior items -Family owned and women-led Rush Activewear -Activewear with an African flare -Women-led Zambezi Joy Society -Their shop profits go towards the areas in the local community that need it most
Did you know the Ripple Fund has been in action for decades? 2026 marks Londolozi’s centenary year, representing 100 years of land care and conservation not just imagined but lived. We have witnessed many ideas, successes, failures, and setbacks come and go in our attempts to keep wildlife safe from harm. Large-scale relocation programmes, restoration projects, reclaiming land for nature, fence removals, and river protection is just some of the work that has been done over this past century.
Being on safari at Londolozi has intentionally become much more than an exclusive luxury wilderness and wildlife viewing experience. Beyond these nature immersions and the high-action thrill of viewing Africa’s wildlife, lies a vibrant, neighbouring human ecosystem of potential. Community upliftment, rural education, healthcare and the creation of safe havens for iconic species and other wildlife to roam freely, are just some of the ways in which your safari is already having a “ripple effect”
November 29th is the day that we celebrate Giving Tuesday - a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organisations to transform their communities and the world. We once again invite as many members of our extended Londolozi Family as possible to join us in this generosity movement and help us to raise funds for the Good Work Foundation, The Tracker Academy and the Rhino Guardians. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to join us this Giving November.
Living By A Permaculture Philosophy & New Systems for Living “Permaculture is the harmonious integration of the landscape with people providing their food, energy, shelter and other material and non-material needs in a sustainable way” ~ Brian Bath Permaculture is the foundation that underpins Londolozi’s land management model, which is the sustainable use of the resources in harmony with the natural system. Along with this we have implemented New Systems for Living.
Have you heard about the 5 Rs? The 5Rs is about a change in culture and increasing our awareness of the waste we create, but also how easy it is to innovate and produce far less waste with the aim of becoming waste free. At Londolozi we try and incorporate these Rs wherever we can: 1. Refuse 2. Reduce 3. Reuse 4. Recycle 5. Rot #responsibletourism #sustainabletourism #ecotravel #sustainabletravel #sustainabletraveling #greentravel #responsibletraveller
Your safari at Londolozi means so much more than just spectacular game viewing. The new narrative of safari is the power to protect, the power to make positive changes in the lives of both the people and animals that depend upon the wilderness for their well-being... This coming Rhino Day, watch http://bit.ly/2QiMivL #worldrhinoday #rhinoday2019 #rhinoday #sustainabletourism
When guests arrive at Londolozi the conversations we have centre around the care of our land, animals, and people. After all, no one really wants to talk about trash. However, it's a byproduct of us as people, it exists. At Londolozi, we believe that dealing with trash is an important cog in our ecosystem, and if processed correctly, can be an important step towards boosting local business.
Plastic Free July started on the 1st of July and simply entails the reduction of single-use plastics. This is a yearly tradition which Londolozi supports and results in a time of reflection for our sustainability efforts across the board. This month we will share tips and tricks with you to gently remind you and encourage you to make small changes throughout your day.
"Permaculture gardening is based on the concept of designing your garden around your local environment. It aims to make food production easier and more sustainable by mimicking the permanent, regenerative systems that can be found in nature. It is the act of working with nature rather than against it. Permaculture gardening focuses heavily on gradually building up your soil’s integrity with nutrients, essentially constantly rejuvenating the earth as your plants become stronger."