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May 30, 2015

The Londolozi Family May 2015


“The power for creating a better future is contained in the present moment: You create a good future by creating a good present” – Eckhart Tolle
How do we become more in tune with our surroundings? This is something that we often ask ourselves as we go about our daily quest to act in creative response and lead from the heart in every moment. How do you avoid dwelling on the past or the noisy distractions of thinking about what the future holds? To engage and live in the present moment is not simple, we have to master the art of living in the now. This is to live and appreciate the situation that you find yourself in; it is to still your mind and not allow your thoughts to control you…

In the wilderness, presence is about being open to the feeling of the wild, the texture of bark, light as it falls on a leaf or the reflection of a tree on the water’s surface. To notice and appreciate the things around you and how they make you feel is the essence of presence.

Londolozi is one of the best classrooms to practice presence. Time in the wild is enhanced and deepened when we are fully engaged in the moment and truly appreciate our beautiful surroundings. In this month’s newsletter, this feeling is well represented. We are reminded that Africa’s largest land animal is also one of the most gentle and our curiosity continues with the intriguing behaviours of the different lion prides. We also acknowledge the cycle of life and death that plays out each day as we say goodbye to a very special leopard in a touching tribute.

For this and more, scroll on and let the wilderness adventure begin…
Death is a natural part of life but it doesn’t make it any easier to accept. We say goodbye to the Tu-Tones male and the incredible legacy he leaves behind…
How long will the Majingilane continue to hold the throne? Do the Styx or Fourways Males have a chance at the crown? Read more about the questions that have us on the edge of our seats…
A photographic journal in monochrome: Ranger Don Heyneke takes us through his exquisite collection of black and white images. View more.
With the first traces of winter settling in, we’ll soon be brewing Chef Anna’s Glühwein and enjoying beautifully crafted wines to warm us up! Enjoy our top winter wine choices of 2015.
Londolozi Yoga Master BeJay Watson writes about the inspiration found and the important life teachings from a trip to India – read more
They may look intimating from their sheer size but don’t let this deceive you. We take a closer look at the gentle nature of Africa’s largest land mammal.

“Why would I keep going back to the same country and the same reserve you might ask?” Irene Nathanson shares her thoughts on solo travel and four amazing trips to Londolozi…
20 Instagrams to make you smile: the striking Instagrams that showcase Londolozi through your eyes. Can you pick a favourite?
The Londolozi app is the most convenient way to stay connected to us both before and after your safari featuring essential information for your wilderness adventure. Download the free app, designed for iOS and Android devices and begin exploring!

Until the next time… Live your Adventure, Live Safari. Love The Londolozi Family

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