South Africa has some of the sunniest weather in the world and we are privileged to have warm, temperate conditions for most of the year.
Spring and summer at Leopard Hills is when the bush is at it’s most thick and lush and this is the best time of the year to see newborn animals. Autumn and winter can be dry, the bush being less dense and waterholes frequented more often due to the lack of water.
Temperatures range from 20-30 degrees Celsius in spring, 25-35 degrees Celsius in summer, 19-28 degrees Celsius in autumn, and 08-25 degrees Celsius in winter.
This being said, Leopard Hills can be visited throughout the year and weather conditions will not affect your memorable experience of the South African bushveld.
The closest town on the weather map to Leopard Hills is Skukuza in Mpumalanga, which experiences the same weather as Leopard Hills.