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Nov 21, 2015

Good day to all our Leopard’s Tail readers!

Happy Birthday Leopard Mountain.
November 1999 the Vivier family began their journey in the Safari industry and what a journey it has been. With a tragic start of having the main lodge building struck by lightning and burning down in a matter of 12 minutes, only 3 months after opening, we rebuilt with bitter sweet sweat & tears. With only five chalets and a handful of guests catered for by a team with no experience but a huge amount of pride, enthusiasm and optimism the adventure was well on its way; the small nature reserve that was Leopard Mountain boasted a variety of antelope, leopard and smaller animals. Little did the family know that with in just a few years, through hard work and a true passion for the industry they would almost double their amount of chalets and staff? Now with 9 luxury chalets, a heavenly Spa and a team of 32 staff with over 100 years’ experience between them, the lodge accommodates guests from all over the world in our unique, relaxed style.
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Wild Diary

Zululand is known as one of the best Birding Hotspots in South Africa and with summer here the different bird species are kicking it off in high gear. Every morning a chorus of birds wakes the guests as the male birds desperately try to get the attention of the girls in the river below the lodge. “Click here” to read more

Ingwe Idla Ngamabala (A leopard eats by means of its spots) Ie: Each person survives off his/her talent

Bush Cuisine: Ratotouille Salad “Click here” to read more

Funny Bones:

Our Best Guests Comments:

“We LOVED our stay. Thinking of working some KZN and naturally Leopard Mountain into next year’s trip. ” – David & Lesley Marcus, Seychelles

“Our stay at Leopard Mountain has been again the highlight of our 3 week trip. Again thanks to the team and especially to the best ranger in SA: Themba. Looking forward to seeing you again. ” – Erich und Christiane Füllbeck, Germany

“I want to say though that the service was excellent and we were made to feel especially welcome by all the staff. Themba, the guide, was fantastic. We stayed at several different safari lodges and we all thought that Leopard Lodge was the best of all. We hope to be back with you sometime. Well done to you all.” – Dave Knewstubb, Switzerland

Leopard Mountain Game Lodge Tel: 086 111 4789 P.O. Box 406, Hluhluwe, Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa, 3960

This Months Competition: You could be the lucky person to win yourself and a partner a free night including dinner, bed & breakfast and game drives at the lodge
The Question?
When did the original Leopard Mountain Lodge burn down? You may email us your answer to win@leopardmountain.co.za (Competition closes 30th of November 2015. Terms & conditions apply) Please note you can only enter once!
Last Month’s Competition was: What did the Leopard Mountain team do to raise awareness for World Rhino Day?
Answer: By painting their noses red and challenging a long list of other lodges in South Africa to do the same.

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