Sam Smith, also known as one of Londolozi’s Treatment specialists, has spent a year and a half living and working at the reserve. Always with a big smile on her face and being an excellent masseuse, she’s been a wonderful member of the team. Today, Sam is making her way on a new adventure and will start work at the St Regis Hotel in the city of Abu Dhabi.
We take a look at her life at Londolozi shared through photographs taken with her iPhone. Sam keeps her phone on her at all times to capture the everyday beauty and unusual moments that she comes across in her daily routines.
View her beautifully captured #Londolozi photographs, from the everyday to the exceptional…
On my way to do a massage I came across this interesting creature known as a Dice Moth Caterpillar.
Driving through the bush, wind in your hair, and endless encounters with nature’s beautiful creatures.
I had to climb onto a chair and manoeuvre myself into all sorts of positions to get a good picture of these two butterflies mating!
Doing the“tree” pose on the wall of Granite Camp’s infinity pool.
On my way to do a massage at the Private Granite Suites, I came across these bold mushrooms nourished from the summer rains.
Step inside my office: one of the many amazing experiences here at Londolozi is our bush massage. Guests can enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the Sand River from the Manghene Lookout Deck.
Walking through camp, I noticed a spotted bush snake eating a gecko – just one of the many exciting and unusual encounters you may see here at Londolozi.
The African skies – ever changing and never disappointing.
He strolled past the vehicle as if we weren’t even there.
Homemade hot cross buns! What better way to celebrate Good Friday at Londolozi.
This little fella amused me. I’m not sure which yoga position he was imitating. Nature definitely has a sense of humour.
Envious of the guests, I have always wanted to slip into this amazing marble bath outside the Granite Camp Rooms!
On my way to Pioneer Camp I came across a baby cobra in the process of devouring this poor frog!
A surprise awaits you on every path.
The sun will set on this road today, but it will rise again tomorrow where yet another adventure awaits.
The Buddhist statues outside the treatment room where I work.
A curious elephant takes a closer looks at our vehicle.
A giraffe in the last light of day patrols the air strip.
The Tsalala Pan covered in bright green duckweed on a winter afternoon drive.
The immaculately kept Treatment Room.
Watching the sunset from the Varty Camp Deck on a gloriously warm winter afternoon.
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Photographed by: Sam Smith.