Leopard Mountain Game Lodge, part of the 23,000 hectare Zululand Rhino Reserve situated between the Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park and the Mkhuze (Mkuze) Game Reserve is a multiple award winning Big Five (Lion, elephant, leopard, rhino and buffalo) Game Lodge. The four star Leopard Mountain Game Lodge offers spectacular views of the Zululand bushveld, meandering river below and the Lebombo Mountains in the distance.
Leopard Mountain Lodge at a Glance
- Luxurious suites with panoramic views over the Zululand Rhino Reserve
- King-size double or twin beds
- Ceiling fans
- Mosquito nets
- Private viewing decks with hammock
- Private plunge pool
- Private bathroom en suite
- Outdoor showers
- Main lodge swimming pool
- Children 12 years and older welcome
Leopard Mountain Lodge offers warm friendly hospitality in this really comfortable venue, where one is able to relax and enjoy the peace and tranquility of the bushveld from ones private chalet's veranda, which has a comfortable hammock and a refreshing private plunge pool. Leopard Mountain Main Lodge has a large deck where friends can gather and enjoy the panoramic views.. Leopard Mountain now has an Africology Spa.
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The Lodge has nine separate well appointed stone under thatch chalets, each with private bathrooms en suite. All with uninterrupted views of the bushveld from their private balconies. Relax in the comfortable hammock, take a refreshing swim and enjoy a drink from the minibar or tea station. Enjoy the activities Leopard Mountain Lodge has to offer or join your friendly hosts in our warm, inviting lounge, bar and dining-room where we will care for your every need in a relaxed atmosphere. Two guided game drives in the Zululand Rhino Reserve and the opportunity to spend time at the 'hide' mid-day , sumptuous meals (boma dinners) accompanied by drinks and wines from their Diners Club, Diamond Status Wine List Cellar, relax in the tranquil surrounds that is Leopard Mountain Game Lodge.
The Zululand Rhino Reserve is now a Big 5 Game Reserve with the introduction of lion which are now breeding and doing so well in this game rich environment. The game experience is excellent with the opportunity of also seeing wild-dog and cheetah. It is here in the Zululand Rhino Reserve that Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife have initiated a conservation project and have introduced a number of Black Rhino - so here one has a really good chance of seeing both the Black and White Rhino in their natural environment along with the other members of the Big 5, giraffe, zebra and a variety of antelope.
Leopard Mountain Game Lodge offers guided walking trails in the Zululand Rhino reserve. These walks affords guests the opportunity to experience the bush close at hand as too the riparian forests and general topography. Get to hear, see and touch with the possibly of adding some of the Zululand Rhino Reserve’s bird “specials” to your bird list. Pink-throated twinspot, Rudds apalis, green pigeon, Neergard’s sunbird and African broadbill are some. One might also get to see the more secretive Black Rhino on one of these walks as well.
Activities in the Zululand Rhino Reserve
Afte rthe early morning guided game drive and a full buffet breakfast, spend the day discovering the many experiences offered at Leopard All activities can be booked at reception. The visit to the hide is a must.
Game Drives on the Zululand Rhino Reserve
Leopard Mountain Game Lodge
The Zululand Rhino Reserve is the second release site of the WWF/ Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife Black Rhino Range Expansion Project. The reserve is home to four of the Big Five, a wide variety of antelope and some inquisitive giraffe whilst jackal, genet, hyena and porcupine, have also been spotted on the reserve.
Join our experienced Leopard Mountain guides on a morning and sunset game drive that go out for approximately two hours in the Zululand Rhino Reserve. The sunset game drive allows for a short night-drive towards the end, in search of the elusive nocturnal animals and birds.
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