Our magnificent World Natural Heritage Site – Moonrise over False Bay Park.

Moonrise over False Bay (Zululand) showing Hell’s Gates between the two peninsulas a point where the Great Rift Valley ends. (photo Janet Cuthbertson) It is situated in the Isimangaliso Wetland Park World Natural Heritage Site that has been recognized as one of the top wetland rehabilitation projects in the world! Leopard Walk Lodge is situated just 1 km from the … Read More

Hidden Gem

Have you seen this Hidden Gem? For those who love to lounge in Africa’s armchair Leopard Walk Lodge is a traveler’s barefooted dream of natural luxury and commanding tranquility where diverse wildlife and more than 350 bird species are relaxed for viewing as the Reserve is a haven where no hunting is allowed. As compassionate animal lovers, the owners have … Read More

Pelican in flight

Yesterday we visited False Bay Park, our World Natural Heritage Site, which is “right on our doorstep”. The endless lake and ancient sand forest is amazing. I photographed this lone pelican flying against the wind. It was strange to see his feathers on the tip of his wings spread out like a hand. Indeed, a birds wings are his hands … Read More

False Bay’s unique connection to Jerusalem

As it is Christmas time with a special message of peace, we would like to share the top news that Leopard Walk Lodge, has an amazing link to the City of Christ’s birth through the Great Rift Valley that ends at False Bay.  Soon a outlook point will be erected close by.