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Michael Harmon

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Michael found his first Londolozi track as a sophomore in college when he picked up Boyd Varty’s Cathedral of the Wild. In it, Michael saw a place that embodied his childhood fascination with the culture and warmth of Africa and knew he had ...

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on Londolozi And the Meaning of The Village

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Denise Vouri
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Thank you for such a mindful blog.

Vin Beni
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Spent quite a bit of my life in Manhattan and continue to enjoy Greenwich Village. (Watching the wide-eyed freshmen from all over on arrival day at NYU is always hilarious!) Although I have spent the equivalent of 3+ weeks at Londolozi, I never made the connection. Thanks, Michael!

Joan Schmiidt
Master Tracker

Michael: I loved the pictures of the staff – and also what makes a village – you hit the nail on the head!

Judith Guffey
Digital Tracker

Counting days until I’m back in this village with the ohana.

Michael and Terri Klauber
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Michael, What a great comparison! We love the village at Londolozi too and look forward to our next visit!

Victoria Auchincloss
Digital Tracker

An excellent definition of a village. It is what makes those of us who are fortunate to visit Londolozi feel almost instantly that we have become part of a whole where are welcomed and made honorary members of this larger family. Size of a village is not so important. From ones arrival at the airstrip where you meet your team to your departure at the airstrip hugs are exchanged and your Ranger is standing on the hood of the range rover waving, you have experienced a village. Victoria

Brian Cantrell
Master Tracker

Michael – what a wonderful perspective….thanks for sharing!

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