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Leopard Hills

Special Offers for Leopard Hills Safari Lodge

Now until 31st December 2009 : Stay 4 nights and get 5th night free of charge, 2 nights can also be taken at either Kings Camp or Madikwe Hills Safari lodges in this offer.

Leopard Hills Safari Lodge opened its doors in March 1998 in the heart of the Sabi Sabi Game Reserve. This unique and fascinating lodge was the brainchild of the Kruger family, who are the owners to this day. The lodge was initially built with five suites, and over time, have added private heated plunge pools, a library, three more suites, a traditional Shangaan boma, gym and sala, creating a five star lodge with the finest amenities.

Duncan and Louise Rodgers, General Managers of Leopard Hills, have endorsed their loyalty to the lodge through their ultimate dedication to making every guest's visit an experience of unsurpassed luxury. Duncan and Louise have been in the game lodge industry for the last 18 years, and believe that Leopard Hills is by far the best camp they have ever had the privilege of being associated with; not only for its location and facilities, but most of all for the amazing staff and owners associated with this fabulous game reserve.

Leopard Hills safari Camp is truly one of the best safari lodges in the heart of the Sabi Sabi Game Reserve and are proud to recommend our clients to stay at one of South Africa's finest safari lodges - Leopard Hills !

Leopard Hills Accommodation at Sabi Sand

The lodge is built on a hill overlooking a natural waterhole. Each of the eight luxurious glass-fronted suites, complete with their own sundeck and heated rock plunge pool offer superb views of the African bushveld beyond.

Each Lepoard Hills suite is generously spacious and immense in stature. Air-conditioning and overhead fans provide welcome respite against the harsh African heat. The breath-taking romantic bathrooms, which include double indoor and outdoor showers, have windows, which open to a glorious view of the passing cavalcade below. The comfortable beds are complete with beautiful crisp percale cotton linen, down duvets and pillows, and gracious mosquito netting. A special touch to each suite is the perfection of final touches provided – from weather notes and African poems, to a fine array of bath salts and other bathroom amenities. An inviting lounge area is equipped with a comfortable couch and ottoman, perfect for enjoying a cup of tea or coffee whilst reading a novel or one of our environmental and leisure magazines provided in each suite

Enjoy the privacy of your suite and salute the timelessness of Africa over a drink or snack from your fully stocked mini bar. Or savour the day, either in your hammock or pool lounger outside, whilst listening to the tranquil sound of the surrounding bushveld. Aspects of nature have been incorporated into your suite, to provide the ultimate in luxury while experiencing Africa at its best.

Leopard Hills Activities at Sabi Sand


At Leopard Hills, Africa's big game abounds and each day is different, as you explore the endless fascination of Africa's wildlife in an open landrover. Leopard on the hunt, Lions roar at twilight, Hippo wallow in the river, Crocodile bask on a sandy bank - overhead majestic eagles keep watch !

Out walking you will discover some of the endlessly fascinating small creatures of Africa. These are just a few of the amazing encounters awaiting you!

Leopard Hills is surrounded by a vast array of wildlife, birdlife, reptile and flora species, and are proud to be associated with the Big 5 wildlife, which roam freely around the reserve. Game can be viewed on game drives, walking safaris, or even from the privacy of your suite deck.

Game Drives

The Leopard Hills knowledgeable and professional rangers conduct early morning and late afternoon/evening game drives, in search of Africa's big game. State-of-the-art landrovers, specifically designed for Leopard Hills, have individual bucket seats with fold-down armrests, ensuring your optimum safety and comfort.

Wildlife Photography

Those with a passion for wildlife photography will be able to get various tips from their ranger on taking the perfect picture, while on their game drive or walking safari. The Leopard Hills rangers are avid fans of photography, many of them having entered renowned international and local competitions with great results. Please do not hesitate to ask your ranger for assistance in this regard.

Walking Safaris

Walks through the bush take place just after breakfast, on request, and is the best way of experiencing the ‘finer' aspects of the bushveld. The Leopard Hills knowledgeable rangers will guide you though the fauna and flora of the Sabi Sand Reserve, pointing out insects, grasses, trees and smaller species that are all an integral part of the greater Kruger National Park ecosystem.

Leopard Hills Wellness

One of the highlights of every guest's stay at Leopard Hills Private Game Reserve is the array of bush treatments on offer. Treatments are performed either in the newly developed Sala, or in the comfort of your suite.

The Leopard Hills Sala is designed with four walls of glass overlooking the bushveld beyond, providing you with complete privacy and tranquility. Feel one with the bush, and drift off into a serene dream of an African savanna. The Sala adjoins the main pool, so a dip to cool off during your treatment is always welcome! For the more active, our newly developed and well-equipped gym provides you with the chance to re-energize, and provides wonderful views of the natural waterhole beyond.

Leopard Hills Location

Leopard Hills Private Game Reserve traverses over 10 000 hectares in the western sector of the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, which forms part of the greater Kruger National Park. It is approximately 500km due east of Johannesburg. The lodge is easy accessible by road from Johannesburg or by air, flying either by private charter with Federal Air directly to the lodge's airstrip, or on a commercial airline to Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport, where a two hour road transfer or a 25 minute flight to Leopard Hills would be required. From Johannesburg or Pretoria to Leopard Hills by road (approximately 5 hours):Take the N12, or the N4 highway to Nelspruit and White River, take the R40 towards Hazyview.Turn left at the T-junction towards Hazyview.At the 2nd traffic lights, turn right onto the R536 towards the Paul Kruger Gate.Approximately 35km along this road, and just after the Saringwa River, look out for signs indicating the Private Game Lodges and signs indicating "Huntington, Lilydale & Justicia" on the left hand side of the road.Turn left here and follow this gravel road for 9km. Turn right at the "Private Game Lodges camping pods" sign. After 3km you'll have to turn left – look out for the “Private Game Lodges” sign.1km further you'll find the Newington Gate where you will be required to pay a R70.00 entrance fee.

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