Leopard Hills



You will find Leopard Hills in the Westernmost part of the renowned Sabi Sand Game Reserve. This piece of pristine land borders the famous Kruger National Park. The lodge itself sits atop a rock ridge, giving panoramic views of the waterhole and plains and bush below.

Experience the variety of ecosystems within the 10 000 hectares of Leopard Hills, from the rock outcroppings and woodlands in the north, crossing the banks of the Sand River and Riverine bush, all the way to the expansive plains in the south. This selection of flora attracts a diversity of animal life and makes Leopard Hills the ideal place to see the Big Five in their authentic environment.


Leopard Hills flaunts newly refurbished glass-fronted suites. These superbly ornamented rooms include their own rocky splash pools and sundecks for comfortable viewing of the waterhole and bushveld in the distance. Enjoy this view from your hammock whilst sipping on your drink of choice from your fully supplied mini-bar.

For added privacy, the immense suites are liberally spaced and come complete with overhead fans and air-conditioning. The night’s sleep becomes luxurious in the crisp percale cotton linen, down-duvets for the cool nights, and mosquito netting to ensure peaceful sleep. The suite unfolds into a bathroom with indoor and outdoor showers, littered with bath salts and other fragrant offerings. The suites take the best of the bush and blend it with the lavish comforts of luxury. Expertly finished with the delicacy of African poems, this tranquil place will live on in your heart forever.


The main deck is where all the whims of each guest are met. Whether it’s reading in the library, keeping up to date with the world of news and sports, experiencing the coolness of our wine cellar or the crackling of a fire accompanied by the conversation with our rangers, a world of variety is at your fingertips.

Bush Safaris are most promising in the early hours of the morning or the late afternoon. The crispness of the morning will be accompanied by steaming hot coffee and biscuits in the bush, and the late afternoons boast the wonderful toasted sunsets. Our more active guests may take in a bush walk before the day begins.

There are many more activities in the surrounding area, such as helicopter flights over prehistoric cliffs of the Blyde River Canyon. Hot air ballooning over the exquisite terrain, a visit to a Shangaan village filled with cultural variety, even golf at the par 72 Gary Player-designed course of Leopard Creek Golf Course.

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