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Kruger National Park‘s leopards are notoriously difficult to spot, with many a family spending an entire safari holiday trying to track them down. As nocturnal hunters they are rarely seen out and about during the day, and with the Kruger’s huge size, an encounter is all that more unlikely. However, one guide has developed a knack for finding and photographing these elusive cats. 

The following photos were taken by our guide Mario Paul, whilst on game drives with guests for Vula Tours. Mario is very passionate about his career as a nature guide and this passion has helped him to track down and produce some truly stunning sightings of leopards throughout Kruger.

1. Just watching


2. Leopard keeps an eye on a lone impala


3. Hanging out


4. Leopard on the prowl for his next meal


5. Taking a break


6. A pretty female shows off her spots


Why not book a game drive with Mario from Vula Tours, so that you too can experience the wonders of the Kruger National Park and maybe even spot the elusive leopard.

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Vula Tours

Vula Tours has nearly two decades of experience in the safari industry and caters for your individual needs. ‘Vula’ means ‘open’ in the Zulu language and describes the experience of viewing the Kruger National Park from our open safari vehicles. Apart from safaris, we also offer Panorama Tours around the scenic areas of Mpumalanga, taking you to our beautiful waterfalls, God’s Window, the Three Rondavels, Bourke’s Luck Potholes, Pilgrim’s Rest and Graskop.