Vervet monkeys are suckled for longer than 4 months and are usually weaned at about one year of age. Infant vervet monkeys cling to their mother’s stomach for the first week after which they start venturing away from their mothers to play. All the troops females are protective and care for the baby. The young females love to be allowed … Read More
Hluhluwe, KwaZulu-Natal Our Leopard Walk Lodge leopard logo is on front page of Best of KZN and beyond. We are featured in the Zululand section. (credit to Saurabh Desai for our beautiful leopard photo)
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
At Leopard Walk Lodge you may enjoy your honeymoon, here in the Sand Forest of KwaZulu-Natal, at our wonderful Secrets of the Forest A+ Suites. If you wish to Book, simply click book online or Contact +27 83 698 7318, alternatively you can use the contact form on the contact us page.
The night before last, a beautiful leopard walked across our lawn and into our sand forest at Leopard Walk Lodge. It was graceful and regal. Unfortunately we did not have a camera on hand to capture the amazing predator. He ran away swiftly as he was seen; as Leopards are generally very shy animals. Leopard often pass through our Reserve … Read More
These two beautiful giraffe were spotted resting together – on a game drive in Hluhluwe Park with Leopard Walk Lodge. It was unusual to observe as giraffe are mostly viewed while they stand tall with their heads between the tree tops.
Leopard Walk Lodge was honored to host Daniel Gottlieb Ph. D from USA, who is an Internationally acclaimed author and recognized mental health expert, practicing psychologist and family therapist, talk show host and a sought after speaker on family and social issues including the well being of communities. After a near-fatal accident rendered him paralyzed and as a person who … Read More
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.
(Aepyceros melampus) Impala have acute hearing and often frighten elephants by uttering loud snorts when alarmed by the approach of humans. Impala will often fight a great deal during the rutting season, emitting long drawn-out snorts. This preoccupation affects their vigilance and you can often pass by close without them being aware of your presence.
(Tragelaphus angasii) Visitors to Leopard Walk Lodge often enjoy viewing Nyala . This is one of the most beautiful antelope species that is to be found in South Africa. In fact, it is right in the environs where we are situated at false Bay Park (which now forms part of the Isimangaliso World Natural Heritage Site) where European scientists first … Read More
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