Thanks for the leisurely stroll thru Londolozi from afar! Love the colors, aloes, and smaller creatures!!
One of the biggest privileges of growing up at Londolozi is being surrounded by the beauty that the African wilderness has to offer. I’ve come to realize that you don’t always need to go out on a game drive to see something spectacular, sometimes all you have to do is walk outside your doorstep. This is particularly true at the moment as wintertime brings an extra splash of colour around camp with our indigenous aloes blooming in vibrant shades of orange, yellow and red. Along with the sea of colourful flowers that the aloes produce, comes an array of just as brightly coloured birds and insects.
In light of appreciating what our camp surroundings have to offer, I decided to wander through the pathways in-between our five camps, as well as our Futuristic African Village to see what beautiful plant life and animals I would stumble upon, and I was not disappointed.
Enjoy this collection of images from my walk.
This walk reminded me how important it is to stop and take in the scenery around us, especially when surrounded by the abundance of wildlife and natural splendour that Londolozi has to offer. If you get the chance in-between game drives, I would highly recommend taking a stroll through the beautiful camp pathways. You never know what colourful creatures and plant life you may encounter.
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So glad you enjoyed the blog, Camille!