Leopard Lodge is a private game lodge situated on the banks of the Kafue River in a game management area surrounded by the Kafue National Park - Zambia's oldest and largest National Park.
Kafue National Park sustains vast herds of antelope which roam the plains and woodlands - Red Lechwe, the ubiquitous Puku, the stately Sable and Roan Antelopes, Waterbuck, Tsessebe, Hartebeest, as well as Oribi and Duiker.
Large prides of lion, solitary leopards, cheetah, hyena and wild dog are the prime predators. Smaller predator groups include jackal, civet, Genet, serval and various mongooses.
Other mammal species that can be found in the Kafue National Park include the kudu, warthog, zebra, Cape buffalo, yellow-backed duiker, Common duiker, grysbok, bushpig, baboon, vervet monkey, porcupine and pangolin.
Over 400 species of birds have been recorded throughout the Kafue National Park - including kingfishers, the Wattled Crane, Purple Crested Loerie and Pel's Fishing Owl.
- Game drives
- Walking safaris
- Boat cruises on the Kafue River
Unwind and soak up the African bush from the deck that extends over the Kafue River and savour your dinner around a fire under a sky filled with stars.
There are just 6 well appointed chalets which are individually sited to ensure privacy. The elegant Rhodesian teak furnishings compliment the African décor of the bedrooms and en-suite bathrooms.
Stretch out in comfort on beds that are dressed with 100% percale cotton linen – a treat after a busy day in the bush.