Leopard Hills Lodge
Leopard Hills Lodge
The five-star luxury lodge features eight glass-fronted, air-conditioned suites, each with private plunge pool and spectacular views over the African bush. Superb game-viewing and a wide variety of activities, along with outstanding fine dining, attended to by professional and friendly staff; all create the safari experience of a lifetime.
Facilities at the lodge include an extensive library with internet access, a traditional Shangaan tribal boma, a fully stocked wine cellar and curio shop.
Our treatment Sala and gym have proved very popular among guests. What better way work up a sweat than on our various gym machines overlooking the bush below? Or to enjoy an array of pampering massage treatments in our glass-fronted Sala, which has a spectacular vantage point off the main pool deck, offering absolute privacy with spectacular views.
The Reserve comprises over 10,000 hectares of incredibly diverse ecosystems making Leopard Hills the ideal destination to view plentiful game in its natural habitat. Here the Big Five, (Elephant, Lion, Rhino, Buffalo and Leopard), abound and viewing them at close proximity is our specialty.
Leopard Hills has taken the responsibility of looking after and building a day-care centre/creche for under-privileged children in the area. Through the help and support of our guests, we have been able to build this new facility in the village.
Your safari at Leopard Hills had been carefully planned around the best game viewing opportunities...
The more productive times to enjoy game viewing is first thing in the morning before the heat of the day kicks in, and late afternoon as the day starts to cool down ensuring further animal movement. During the heat of the day when the animals have retreated to the shade for some respite, you get to enjoy a light lunch and time to relax around the camp, or cool off in your private plunge pool before enjoying the next round of spectacular game viewing.
Not only do you get to see amazing wildlife at these time, you will enjoy a steaming cup of coffee and biscuits, in the middle of the African bush, while welcoming the new day. On your late afternoon drive you will stop at a special site to watch the sun set and toast to a spectacular days safari.
Darkness brings about a time of both danger and respite in the bush which allows you to possibly spot smaller carnivores like Genet or Civet not usually spot by day. This is also the time when most predators hunt so your evening game drive could potentially be the most exciting of all.
For more energetic guests really wanting to work up and appetite before their hearty breakfast, guided bush walks or trails are offered half way through your morning drive or in place of your morning drive. Here your guide will show you many fascinating things and tell you a secret or two about the bush.