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I could not think of a better way to spend the day between game drives than to indulge in a relaxing pamper session at our Africology spa. A little over 9 months ago our spa opened and it has proven to be such a fabulous addition for our Leopard Mountain guests. Spa manager Phumy, from Durban who favourite treatment to offer is the Intonga massage and therapist Nonfundo who just recently joined the Leopard Mountain Family, will de-stress and pamper our guests providing an abundance of harmony and respite in the tranquillity of the bush.
With G&Ts in hand, guests wait excitedly for the show to begin. Will a lion come? Or perhaps an Elephant? Or even better… A Leopard?! These are questions that burn through the minds of our guests every day after breakfast. After a scrumptious meal, guests disembark from the lodge mid-morning for their second daily activity; a short drive from the lodge is the Leopard Mountain hide. Here, sitting inside a lookout in the shade of gigantic fig trees, the guests wait for animals to make the long trek through the reserve to quench their thirst. Everyday quests are treated to a variety of animals appearing at the hide to drink, from a myriad of birds to antelope and often the bigger game like Rhinos and Elephants arrive to wallow in the mud and drink. Instead of going and looking for prey, Lions and Leopards have been found creeping through the undergrowth around the hide, looking for an easy meal, stalking close and then bursting from the bushes, surprising guests and animals alike. An experience that proves time and time again to be an unforgettable one!
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.
Approximately how long ago did the Leopard Mountain Africology Spa open?
You may email us your answer to email@example.com (Competition closes 25th of September 2015. Terms & conditions apply).
Last Month’s Competition was:
Name 3 animals the Zululand Rhino Reserve is currently trying to conserve?
Leopard Tortoise, Rhino, Hyena or Wild Dog!