The Sabi Sand Game Reserve, Mpumalanga
Leopard Hills is located in the Western Sector of the World Famous Sabi Sand 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 lodge.
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.
S -24° 47’ 32.7978” E 31° 22’ 4.7994”
Sabi Sand Game Reserve
Mpumalanga, South Africa.
Leopard Hills comprises 10 000 ha,
within the 65 000 ha Sabi Sand
Game Reserve, which forms part
of the Greater Kruger Park.
Over 10 000 ha of Big Five Traversing.
6 hr Drive from Johannesburg (± 500 km).
2 hr Drive from Nelspruit (± 150 km).
1 hr Federal Airline flight direct
from Johannesburg and
30 mins from Kruger Mpumalanga.
Ulusaba Airstrip - 5 min from Lodge.
Leopard Hills has a Private Helipad.
There are no fences between the
Sabi Sand and the Kruger Park.