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Amy Attenborough


Amy worked at Londolozi from 2014 to 2017, guiding full time before moving into the media department, where her photographic and story-telling skills shone through. Her deep love of all things wild and her spiritual connection to Africa set her writing and guiding ...

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Helen Mitchell

Once again the photos are amazing. Please keep sending them and the stories. Helen

Brenda Quatember

So enjoyed each day, fabulous pictures, found the ostrich story so interesting, would be wonderful to see a couple if chicks in the near future.


My wife and I are excited to be coming to Londolozi in Oct. I’m a photographer and would like to know if there is anything special I need to know before coming?
Thanks, Wes

Hi Wes. I would suggest checking out our photography site . Absolutely everything you need to know is there 🙂 And please don’t hesitate to shout if you have any more questions. We look forward to having you here. Many thanks, Amy

MJ Bradley

Great photos. I have a question. The Mhangeni Pride is a breakaway from the Tslala pride. When you speak of the Mhangeni breakaway is this another split away from the Tsalala/Mhangeni? Lions can be so confusing! Thank you for sharing. My favorite photo was the hippo reflection!

Hi MJ. Yes this is a recent breakaway group where the current youngsters of the Mhangeni pride have been splitting off from the main portion of the pride. It will be interesting to see how the dynamics develop from here. Thanks, Amy

Judy Guffey

It’s a good thing we are forced to select the ‘best/favorite’ before being allowed to return to Londolozi. That would be impossible!!! All are great. Amanda’s woodpecker is spectacular. Something you don’t often seen on a game drive.

barbara jones

Amazing photos … the lions are majestic. Love these animals so much! Thank you for sharing.

Amanda Ritchie
Marketing Manager

Thank you so much for the comment Judy- it was a rare moment of luck as I sat inside the Creative Hub and heard the Woodpecker tapping away at the tree. I was lucky to find him and capture that shot 🙂

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