|SABI SAND GAME RESERVE
MPUMALANGA GAME LODGES
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.
The lodge is built on a hill overlooking a natural waterhole, the Perennial Sand River is a sanctuary for many bird species and is host to wallowing Hippos and basking Crocodiles as it gently flows to the heartbeat of Africa not far from the camp. From this Hilltop Sanctuary, if you listen carefully somewhere in the distance you may be lucky enough to hear the roar of a Lion, companionless in his courage, friendless in his magnificence or, witness the reality of life and death in its fullness, as your eyes gaze into a marula tree, only to fall upon the illusive Leopard devouring the most graceful of all Antelope, the Impala.
Each of the luxurious glass-fronted suites, complete with their own sundeck and rock plunge pool offer superb views of the African bushveld beyond, while 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. Enjoy the privacy of your suite and salute the timelessness of Africa over a drink from your fully stocked mini bar. Or drift into a deep and peaceful sleep whilst enjoying a full body massage.
Activities / Facilities
Back in camp after the early morning and late afternoon game drives, you will be spoilt by the highest standards of service and fine cuisine, all couched in a welcoming warm, friendly and fun-filled cellar brimming with racks of celebrated local and International wines.
When the heat is on, cool down on the open air verandah, relax in the lounge with a drink, and sink below the refreshing surface of the swimming pool.
The library at Leopard Hills offers a setting of peace and tranquillity, where you are welcome to browse through a large selection of literature and African journals.