This 5 Star, multiple award-winning, Big 5, family-run safari lodge is set within the magnificent 58 000 acre Manyoni Private Game Reserve. Leopard mountain Lodge is intimate and exclusive, with only 9 luxury suites, a personalised service can be easily guaranteed. The most breathtaking views in Zululand are seen here, from the meandering Msunduzi River below to the distant Lebombo Mountains, where Africa's Great Rift Valley begins. The opportunity of finding one of Africa’s most endangered predator, the African wild dog is a reality in Manyoni game reserve, together with multiple other special endangered species that strive in the park. Some of the activities that could be enjoyed include, big 5 safari drives, walking safaris and an Africology Spa Facility.
These are intimate, family-run safari camps in Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe. Mana pools is famous for being one of the top safari destinations in Africa and arguably Africa’s best park for walking Safaris. Here you will experience the true meaning of Africa while being guided by an award-winning team of professional and experienced guides. Elephants feeding above your tent, African wild dogs hunting through your camp and lions roaring in close vicinity to your camp are quite common occurrences to experience during your stay. Some of the activities that could be enjoyed include, Big 5 safari drives, walking safaris, canoeing in the mighty Zambezi river, birdwatching and fishing.
This private game reserve is a recognised Natural Heritage Site and overlooks the famous battle sites of Isandlwana and Rorke’s Drift, it is here that the Anglo-Zulu War of 1879 is brought back to life. History enthusiasts are in paradise at Fugitives’ Drift and get to experience the flagship history tours led by some of the guides that had their great grandparents participate in the famous battles that were fought in this area in the 18th century. You will witness the hair-raising stories of the battles, inspect the actual sites of where the battles took place and see the actual spots where the participants of the battles lay buried. Some of the activities that could be enjoyed include, the flagship history tours, history talks, bush walks, mountain biking, trail running and fishing.