Leopard Mountain Safari Lodge
Leopard Mountain Safari Lodge is the ideal getaway where everybody from the old to the young will enjoy a fascinating experience in the wild.
Discover rhino, leopards and giraffe in the unspoiled wilderness that surrounds Leopard Mountain Safari Lodge You can track elephant on foot or follow them in air-conditioned comfort.
Relax in our unique rock pool with fantastic views of the unspoiled beauty around you.
You can climb mountains, take in the prolific bird life, go on trails or enjoy leisurely walks.
You can visit the world’s greatest Black Rhino and White Rhino reserves, or snorkel and scuba dive on the world famous Sodwana reefs, or go tiger-fishing on Lake Josini.
Entrust us with those special occasions – the picture perfect backdrop of the African bushveld lends itself to the perfect setting for a romantic wedding and/or honeymoon getaway.
About Leopard Mountain Safari Lodge
Allow us to be a part of your special memories on these joyous events. We have created a place especially for you.
Join us for peace, tranquility and friendly hospitality at our exceptionally beautiful lodge with the most spectacular views in Zululand from the Umsunduze River meandering below to the distant Lebombo Mountains.
Leopard Mountain Safari Lodge is nestled in the cliff-tops, overlooking a meandering river across an African plain that has not changed since before the birth of man. Join us in our warm, inviting lounge, bar and dining-room where we will care for your every need in a relaxed atmosphere.
Your luxurious stone and thatch chalet provides a haven of peace and tranquility where you can watch the sun and moon rise over the magnificent Lebombo Mountain range. By day, lie in your personal hammock and watch eagles soar at eye level over the plain below.
By night, marvel at the magnificence of the African night sky.
After a hearty buffet breakfast, spend the day discovering the many unforgettable Safari packages we offer. This is the place to be for all outdoor enthusiasts.
News from one recent tour by Valdy
Almost every morning on the walk we see signs of porcupines – either feeding signs like the holes they dig to forage for roots, or the base of tree trunks they have cleared. They also eat bones.
A porcupine’s teeth never stop growing so they do this to stop them from growing too long. We also find the odd quill here and there, but because of their nocturnal behaviour we hardly ever see them. Recently on a night drive we saw a porcupine feeding on some roots on the side of the road – as we approached it dashed into the road rattling its quills and then disappeared – definitely a worthy sight!
Come face to face with these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat.
Lake St Lucia, is part of the Greater St Lucia Wetland Park, a World Heritage Site and the largest marine lake in Africa. Join us for a personalised, relaxed tour of the narrows and main body of this pristine, unpolluted lake.
See the many crocodiles and hippopotami resident in the lake, as well as the large flocks of flamingo and pelicans during favourable conditions.
A wonderful way to view buffalo, kudu and various buck on the shore line. A bird watchers paradise with excellent angling. Tours last from 1.5 to 2 hours, extended tours also available.
Don’t miss out on a chance to explore Big-Five Country accompanied by your personal ranger.
As one of the best bird-watching areas in the world, Leopard Mountain Game Lodge is the place to twitch your heart out! Visit the Bald Ibis nesting site in our breath-taking cliffs.
We have over 8 kms of river trails with a wide variety of tree species including Sycamore Figs, Combretums and Weeping Farmer Bean trees hosting birds such as Green Pigeon, Purple-crested Loerie, Trumpeter Hornbills and many raptors.
Experience the thrill of catching the aggressive Tiger Fish on Lake Josini – South Africa’s only tiger-fishing venue.
Diving at Sodwana
Explore the rich and diverse coral reefs off Africa’s eastern shores with professional dive charters.
View these magnificent creatures close up in their natural environment. 2 hour boat cruise at sea. Seasonal – June to November
Feel your heart soar as you discover your vehicle’s full potential and hone your skills on our challenging and scenic trail.
Mountain Bike Trails
Leave the beaten track behind as you safely venture into the African bush.
Zulu Cultural Experience
Visit a traditional Zulu village on a guided tour and learn about this fascinating culture. Take home a special souvenir from one of the many Zulu craft markets.