Orange Tip Butterfly The Orange Tip Butterfly is often seen around our Wildlife Reserve during May. Our area is known to support some of the most diverse species of butterflies that occur in South Africa. It is really a paradise for those who enjoy observing and photographing them. More than 100 species occur in our region. Visitors will also enjoy … Read More
Four Toed Elephant Shrew How exciting. For the first time in ages I saw a four-toed elephant shrew on my hike.(not my photo…) He ran across the path very quickly! Also known as-Four toed sengi they are amazing little animals rare red data species that we are pleased to protect at Leopard Walk Lodge Reserve. They have just four toes … Read More
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
Unity through TUNGA an exceptionally inspiring project: Close to Leopard Walk Lodge, a wonderful project has been established by Beulah Meintjies, Known as Tunga; which means needlework in isiZulu. The inspiration of this project has been knitting a community closer together, creating art and improving lives. Tunga studio currently works with over 30 local Zulu artists Beulah welcomes visitors from … Read More
Hundreds of butterflies were out in our sand forest yesterday enjoying the hot sultry atmosphere. This species, the Mocker Swallowtail is known as one of the most interesting butterflies in the world as the females are masters of disguise. They mimic various other inedible butterflies to protect themselves against predators. Photo by Janet Cuthberson
Leopard Walk Lodge is happy to be featured, on the “30 reasons to visit South Africa” page, on Travelground. Our Zebra kisses photo has qualified!
We watched this rhino drinking water. He then he settled down into a cool mud bath to ward off ticks and other insects – I (Janet) captured the photo on an interesting game drive with Leopard Walk Lodge.
leopard Walk Lodge is now on Twitter, you may follow us by clicking on the following link https://twitter.com/LWLodge . Happy tweeting!
” May the wings of the butterfly kiss the sun And find your shoulder to light on, To bring you luck, happiness and riches, Today, tomorrow and beyond. ” Irish Blessing. Coast of Purple Tip Boysduval:s False Acraea Smoky Orange Tip Photos taken at Leopard Walk Lodge by Janet Cuthbertson What does a : Zulu, playboy, … Read More
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