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Elevated luxury in the Sabi Sands at Leopard Hills

Perched on an elevated rocky outcrop, Leopard Hills overlooks the surrounding Sabi Sands Game Reserve, a waterhole and plains below. 

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Leopard Hills is located in the Western Sector of the world famous Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve, bordering the Kruger National Park. The lodge is situated on the top of a rocky outcrop, offering spectacular views over the bush and the natural waterhole on the plains below the main building. Leopard Hills traverses over 10,000 hectares of incredibly diverse ecosystems, from the open plains in the South, to the Riverine bush along the banks of the Sand River, to the woodland and rock outcrops in the north. With such diversity of flora comes an equal diversity of fauna, making Leopard Hills the ideal destination to view Big Game in its natural habitat.

This intimate lodge consists of eight thatched suites offering spacious luxury and stunning vistas from glass-fronted rooms. It is bush romance at its best, each suite features private sun decks with plunge pools and hammocks, the ideal space to unwind between exciting game drives.

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Guests can enjoy delicious meals on the lodge’s shaded deck, paired with perfect combinations from the wine cellar and  socialise in the elegant lounge after dinner.

We invite everyone to browse through the little curio shop and perhaps settle down in the treatment sala for the ultimate in relaxation.

More information about Leopard Hills may be reviewed on our website.

Sabi-Sands.com

"Come celebrate the world's best place for a safari with Sabi-sands.com. Sabi Sands in South Africa is renowned for its incredible wildlife sightings, particularly of the elusive leopard. Add a fantastic range of luxury lodges suiting all tastes and a African dream safari is born. Our blog will help you discover the essence of staying in this wonderful little place on earth."

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