Sabi Sands, South Africa
Leopard Hills is situated on 10,000 hectares of the world-renowned Sabi Sands game reserve, located in the Greater Kruger National Park. The eight beautifully appointed suites overlook a natural waterhole close to the perennial Sand River.
At a Glance
Lavish accommodation and exceptional service
Treatment sala and gym
Overlooking a waterhole, ensuring spectacular views of the surrounding bush and wildlife
Eight suites, all with their own private plunge pool
Game drives in the comfort of Leopard Hills state-of-the-art Landrovers
Call us on 858 345 1761 to start planning your vacation to Leopard Hills or take a look at our itineraries to Greater Kruger
Leopard Hills offers as much privacy as you could wish for. Each of the luxurious rooms are decorated in a very modern but African theme, fronted by glass so you can enjoy the views of the bushveld beyond. The rooms are air conditioned and overhead fans add to the comfort in the African heat. The bathrooms include double indoor and outdoor showers and have large windows. Enjoy your private plunge pool and veranda, where you can relax with a drink from your minibar or enjoy a private dinner.
The spa offers an array of massage treatments in a glass fronted sala and affords fabulous views overlooking the bushveld. You can enjoy sumptuous world cuisine with an African twist in the dining room and the lodge boasts and extensive wine cellar. The library features a large selection of literature, African journals, TV and Internet access and there's also a well stocked curio with traditional African ornaments, handcrafted jewelry and elegant safari gear.
The Leopard Hills Land Rovers have individual bucket seats with fold-down armrests for your comfort. Early morning and late afternoon/evening game drives in search of Africa’s big game are conducted by a knowledgeable professional ranger, who will take you through this exquisite game reserve which has an abundance of wildlife. The lodge will also be happy to arrange helicopter flights for an incredible birds eye view of this majestic African landscape.
Leopard Hills offers eight suites each with a private deck and plunge pool. Bedrooms feature comfortable beds with cotton linen, down duvets and pillows and mosquito nets. They are air-conditioned and overhead fans add to the comfort in the African heat. Bathrooms feature double indoor and outdoor showers and have large windows. Finally, spacious lounges with breathtaking views overlooking the bushveld offer the perfect place to relax and unwind with a good book.
Leopard Hills welcomes children over the age of 10 years to come and stay but there are no specific facilities.
Facilities at the lodge include a main deck with a swimming pool, glass walled spa offering a range of treatments including signature bush therapies, library with a TV and DVD player, wireless Internet, gym, wine cellar, bar and dining room with a view of the waterhole below, serving world cuisine.
Game drives, swimming, walking safaris, wildlife photography and bird watching are included in room rates. Cultural tours, elephant interaction and rides, and helicopter flights over the dramatic rock formations of the Blyde River Valley are charged additionally.
Location & Directions
Sabi Sands, South Africa
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.
When to go
There is no bad time to go on safari in the Kruger National Park. The experience does, however, change from month to month. In the summer months (October to March), it gets very hot. The verdant vistas are all the more spectacular because of the rains, but this means that the foliage is denser, water is more abundant and game is therefore trickier to see. There are lots of beautiful migratory birds during the summer months. While the daytime temperature in the winter months (May to September) is ideal, it does get a little chilly at night and in the early morning.